Listen to this week’s FJ podacast for a more in depth view on the Memorial Tournament. Axis shares his top picks for Draftkings as well as who he is looking to toss some cash on!
Muirfield Village in Dublin, OH
7,392 yd, Par 72
SG: Tee to Green
Par 5 Scoring
Birdie or Better %
Par 4 Scoring
The tour finally makes its way north of the wall to Dublin, OH. The Memorial always brings a solid field and it’s another invitational so it will be small and getting all 6 of your players through the cut will be extra critical once again.
The tournament is famous for being hosted and the course designed by the Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus. The course even include a hole pretty much identical to the par 3 #12 at Augusta. It’s another course that has smaller, tough to hit greens so we will target GIR+Scrambling again. Our stat gurus also correlated our own stat of combing GIR + recoveries from missed GIR which correlated well to past success here. Players can and will score here so be sure to target birdies as well.
Be sure to check out our Rolling Stats page >> CLICK HERE << For the second straight week, the top 10 in recent scoring average have had solid success, including 9/10 making the cut last week. You can find where players rank in key stats over a rolling period of the last 5 or 10 tournaments!
Below are a couple of players that I will be keying in on this week. Be sure to check out the podcast for a more in depth look at who I will be targeting and why!
Dustin Johnson $12,000
Hideki Matsyuma $10,000
Rickie Fowler $8,900
Emiliano Grillo $8,500
Tony Finau $7,900
Kevin Tway $6,500
Dean and Deluca $100 Recap (screenshot below)
Another Sunday with high hopes only to finish in sadness. I only played one LU in the $100 so I was pretty excited I dodged the chalk bombs of Stanley and Dufner and manged to get 6/6 through the cut. At one point, I was in 10th with plenty of golf left and then Casey regressed to his normal self on the greens and it was over. I managed to hang in the cash by the skin of my teeth but it was disappointing once again after a promising first three rounds. Such is the DFS life and I can take solace knowing that it was at least another week finishing up money.