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3 Guys To Consider For Your Wyndham Championship DFS Lineup

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This week, I’m sharing with you 3 guys to consider outside of the favorites (Zalatoris, Simpson, and Lowry) for your Wyndham Championship DFS lineup. The PGA analysts and betting experts weigh their favorites out of the tournament field. Sometimes those favorites hit and you’re a winner. Sometimes those favorites don’t even make the cut.

For my research, I use the Team Rise of Fall PGA Study Hub to see which players stand out for my DFS lineup strategy. The Study Hub is an exclusive tool for Team ROF Members. If you want to give it a try, use code KIP at checkout and get $10 off your first month. That’s about half off! Anyway, let’s get into it:

Aaron Wise

At a fairly conservative $8.1K on DK… Aaron Wise comes with stats that scream value. Off the tee, he’s striking over 300 yards with 60% accuracy and hitting 68% of greens in regulation (GIR). The guy gets an A+ across all categories of Strokes Gained this week. His putts are on-point too, with an extra nod to 3-putt avoidance. Aaron Wise is one guy that I’ll absolutely be considering for my Wyndham Championship DFS lineup this week!

Mark Hubbard

I named Mark Hubbard as one to consider in my video last week. I’m naming him here for Wyndham Championship DFS lineups again this week. I love data and I can’t overlook that Hubbard is statistically a great player. While he has been struggling a bit with his putter… across all categories of Strokes Gained, he’s excelling. His approach is excellent and he’s hitting 68% of GIR. While Hubbard isn’t a bomber (hitting off the tee at around 286 yards) he is accurate, hitting the fairway 63% of the time. At 8 of 10 made cuts… I’m sticking with Mark Hubbard ($7.9K on DK) again this week.

CT Pan

Let’s talk about some real value for your Wyndham Championship DFS lineup! This week, you’ll find CT Pan at just $7.4 on DraftKings. While he does have a small blip on the warning radar for his approach over 200 yards… his upside outweighs any worry I might have about that. Off the tee, he’s striking close to 300 yards (295 avg). That might not crown him with “bomber” status but it’s close. Besides, when he’s hitting the fairways with 63% accuracy and hitting the GIR at 67% of the time, he earns the title of one we should not overlook. Not to mention… he’s a consistent putter and a star at 3-putt avoidance.

Other Golfers to Consider

While this article is about guys to consider outside of the top 3 favorites, I don’t think I’ll be able to play a Wyndham Championship DFS lineup without Shane Lowry in it. He is pricey ($10.6K on DK) but worth it, in my usually humble opinion. He’s been on fire, gaining strokes across the board in every category of SG. His putting is consistent and his driving distance is just over 300 yards. Wanna talk about accuracy? He’s hitting fairways 63% of the time and hits the GIR at a whopping 69%! I’m on board.

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And don’t forget about these possibilities: 

  • Sebastian Munoz
  • Martin Laird
  • Joel Dahmen
  • Taylor Pendrith

Closing Words

Please continue to follow my picks week to week, so we can grow together! You can catch my weekly blog post here and my weekly video on the Team Rise or Fall YouTube channel, every Tuesday. I hope that I helped you out a bit with your  Wyndham Championship DFS lineup. Find me on Twitter if you have any questions @KellyInPhoenix. See you next week!