PGA/EURO DFS Breakdown – Quicken Loans National + Open de France

We’re back with yet another week of PGA/EURO DFS action, this time at TPC Potomac for the Quicken Loans National, and across the pond at the Open de France. There’s a pretty strong argument for the field in France being stronger than the one in the US this week, which is something we rarely see. Justin Thomas will be teeing it up alongside many European Ryder Cup locks and contenders, getting a preview of what the next Ryder Cup venue has in store. Meanwhile, Rickie, Tiger, and Francesco Molinari are…

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PGA DFS – Travelers Championship Breakdown

After a great US Open week, we head to TPC River Highlands for the Travelers Championship. This is a short Par 70 track designed by Pete Dye, with Poa greens, but despite its lack of length, this course doesn’t tend to get eaten alive by bombers. There are many well-designed holes to prevent bombers from taking over here. Most golfers will be hitting short irons or wedges on approach this week, and guys who are dialed in with those clubs will rise to the top. With many players having strong…

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EURO DFS – Volvo China Open Breakdown

Hey guys, we’re kind of in an off week for PGA DFS, but don’t worry, I’ve got the Volvo China Open covered for you. Let’s jump in: Volvo China While I like Levy and Li up top, I think Wiesberger gives a good floor/ceiling combo with some savings overall. I like Luiten, but fear he lacks upside. I like Aphibarnrat, but think he’s a bit risky, and I’ll only have a few shares of him. I’ll have some Han and Campillo in the high-mid $ range, and I will have…

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