Harbor Town Golf Links, South Carolina: Well we didn’t exactly blow the doors off with our picks last week, but if you had Daniel Berger winning and Collin Morikawa finishing runner up, you should probably stop reading and send us your picks this week.
Typically this event is a bit of a lull in the calendar following the Masters, but not this week. Another star studded field takes to the course as players work to find their competitive form. I think we have some strong choices in our FanDuel lineup this week as well as a solid winner.
THE DAILY FANTASY PICKS (FANDUEL)
Bryson DeChambeau ($11,400): The Scientist looked really good going 65-65-67-66 and coming within a breath of joining the playoff. He has come 4th and 3rd here at Harbor Town, so get all over the big fella while he is on form.
Sungjae Im ($10,900): The man from Korea is a birdie making machine. He leads the 2020 stats with 255 made. That’s what you want in daily fantasy. He also doesn’t miss cuts. Another plus. And he was 10th last week at Colonial shooting 66-69-67-67. What’s not to like?
Matt Kuchar ($10,400): Missed the cut last week, but I hope that keeps the public off him. He loves this course with 5 top 11 finishes in the last 6 years and he has only missed the cut once (in 16 years). Like that he shot a 68 Friday at Colonial to show that he is close to form.
Kevin Kisner ($9,800): Sneaky pick here. He looked really good at Colonial shooting 67-69-68-69. Was in the hunt here last year, but a final round 72 gave him T7 (after 69-68-66). 9 of his last 12 round here have been in the 60’s including a 64. Rock solid.
Kevin Streelman ($8,600): One good Kevin deserves another. That and we need to find value down the board, but don’t sleep on Streelman. He has finished top-7 the last two years here (both 7th place finishes) and his last 6 rounds have been in the 60’s here.
Scott Piercy ($8,300): He opened last week with a 67 before missing a few too many with the putter to fall to 64th, but Piercy has liked it here on Hilton Head Island the last two years going 16th in 2018 and 3rd last year. The field is more robust this year, but rounds of 65 and 67 in the past will serve you well at this price in any field.
WHO WILL WIN? Bryson DeChambeau. He missed a couple short ones down the stretch last week and you could see the miss on 18 really stung him. Expect him to ramp up the workload in the lab and come out firing here.