PGA DFS Picks – OHL Classic

OHL Classic GPP Targets

With the last PGA event running into late Monday, Draftkings wasn’t able to get their prices up at the usual time. I apologize for the article being late this week, but below are four of my top targets for GPP tournaments this week.

Key Stats

Driving Accuracy (DA)
Birdie or Better % (BB%)
Strokes Gained Tee to Green (SG)
Proximity (Px)

Matt Kuchar (11.7k)

In a weak field I want the best golf as the base of half of my GPP lineups. To me (and Las Vegas), Matt Kuchar is by far the best golfer in the field and he’s the top priced guy by $1,000. The course sets up pretty well for Kuchar who is not a bomber off the tee but you don’t need to be this weekend – just accurate. This is his first event of the new season but last year he was 76th in DA, 26th in BB, 22nd in SG, but a poor 129th in Px. Some of his stats are lacking but like I said, I want the best golfer and he’s that guy this week (and he won the tournament in Fiji last week).

Jason Bohn (10.3k)

In my other GPPs, I want Bohn as the cornerstone. It will be tough to create a decent Bohn/Kuchar LU (although for a GPP you could try it) so I will be playing them separately. Bohn has been none to choke in the bigger stages but he can tear it up in weaker fields. He has been playing really good golf lately and has a great course history here (back to back top 10s). He’s 40th in DA, 20th in BB, 14th in SG, and 3rd in prox. He has the best stat setup for this week and I’m expecting him to push for the title.

Spencer Levin (7.8k)

I really believe Levin is underpriced this week, especially in comparison to his Vegas odds. Most other golfers in his odds range are priced $8.2-8.5k so you’re getting a pretty sweet deal on him. He also has the stats to back up playing him: 62nd in DA, 42nd BB, 34th in SG, and 43rd in Px. He has two straight top 25 finishes and for 7.8k you’re hoping he can get into the top 20. I don’t think that’s too much to ask in this field.

Alex Cejka (8.4k)

I have a feeling Cejka will go over looked this week and you could be getting a surging golfer at low ownership. He finished 16th last time he played this course and he he’s finished 17th and 2nd in his last two tournaments. He’s off to an excellent start to the season and is 56th in DA, 6th in BB, 1st in SG (Euro), and 28th in Px (last season). He’s not a big name and priced in the middle which is why I think he will go a bit overlooked and he typically plays well in weak fields.

Last Week’s Results (Click Here to Read Article)

HSBC Results


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