2020–21 GOLF DRAFT KIT
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Recent Fantasy Golf Articles
As far as Greg Vara sees it, Brendon Todd should be your go-to pick in any type of golf contest this week.
Patrick Cantlay couldn't stop making birdies until late in Sunday's round, but by that point he had tallied enough to earn his first PGA Tour victory in over a year.
Tiger Woods won this event last year, but with it being played at a different course this time around, Greg Vara suggests proceeding with caution if you are considering Tiger in fantasy contests this week.
It turns out the best bets last week were on Jason Kokrak, who took advantage of familiar surroundings to pick up the first PGA Tour victory of his career.
Tyrrell Hatton is threatening at the CJ Cup just days after landing atop the podium at the BMW PGA Championship, enjoying his birthday week as a feature in this edition of the Golf Barometer.
Greg Vara analyzes this week's event and suggests using the red-hot Matthew Wolff in a number of different contests.
Birdies and eagles were the name of the game in Las Vegas, and Martin Laird made enough of them -- including a birdie on his final hole -- to emerge victorious in a three-man playoff.
Patrick Cantlay has a sterling track record in this event, and that makes him a quality option in several types of contests this week.
Sergio Garcia may not have been looking at his golf ball when he hit his final shot in Mississippi, but there's no doubt he saw it drop in the cup as he earned his first PGA Tour victory since 2017.
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