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PGA DFS BMW Championship: No Cuts!

The FedExCup Championship

This week, I’m sharing my favorite PGA DFS BMW Championship picks. There’s a small field of only 70 players this week and there will be no cut line. All 70 players will play through the weekend! This might be my favorite part of the PGA DFS season!

The BMW Championship brings us to Wilmington Country Club for the first time ever. This course will be brand new to nearly everyone in the field. There is far less water on this course than last week, but far more sand, from what I’m reading. Oh, and it’s a loooooong course. It’s nearly 7,600 yards long with three par 5 holes. Two of those par 5 holes are over 630 yards, however, par for the course is just 71. 

Weather-wise… we’re looking at temperatures in the mid-80’s and cloud cover for most of the tournament. There is some rain in the forecast for early next week, so hopefully is stays there. 

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BMW Championship Top Picks

John Rahm

$10.3 DK $11.4 FD

Rahm might be my very favorite play this week. He gained a whopping EIGHT strokes with his performance in last week’s tournament. He ended up tying for 5th and scoring a bunch of points for DFS owners. I don’t see why this week will be any different. 

Considering how long the course is for the BMW Championship,  Rahm is a strong contender. He’s long off the tee and has the power, accuracy, and GIR stats (the best in the field) to finish the hole in par or better. 
Shane Lowry
$8.7 DK $10K FD
Shane Lowry might be the perfect PGA DFS package for the BMW Championship. He’s long off the tee (over 300 yrds), he’s accurate, and he also hits his GIR. I don’t see how I could create a lineup this week without Lowry in it. 
I’m not worried about his performance in the last 2 events. Without a cutline… I see him swinging away. Shane gained some major strokes last week. His average scoring is under 70 per round and he’s an excellent scrambler, should he land in the sand. 
Taylor Pendrith
$7.4 DK $8.7 FD

Despite missing the cut last week, I’m still on Taylor Pendrith. The guy is a bomber and that’s exactly what’s needed for the BMW Championship. He isn’t the most accurate, but I’m ok with that. 

His GIR is among the top in the field and his scoring average is 69 for the 3rd round and 70 for the 4th. With par being 71, I’m hoping to see Pendrith put in the work and prove that he’s the rising start we see in him. 

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Other Strong Plays for the BMW Championship

The salaries are really tightly packed this week, so you’ll find that many of the guys you are looking to play will fall into the same range. I’m finding that the additional players who make up my pool are in the $7,000 to $8,500 range. That’s not terribly pricey when you’re building out a winning PGA DFS roster. 

  • Cam Young: I hesitated in not having him listed in my main piece. The man can drive the ball (farther than nearly everyone in the field). But there’s only room for so many. 🙂
  • Adam Scott: At just $8K on DraftKings, it would be well worth it to add Adam Scott to your lineup. Again, a long bomber at 312 yards, he will make it down the fairway with strokes to spare. 
  • Crazy Value: I’m just going to say it… Matt Kuchar. Yes. I know he needs to win in order to move on to the next round, but with no cut this week, Matty will give it all he’s got and bring you some points. Plus – he’s priced at just $6K on DraftKings. That’s criminal. 
Thanks for catching up with me this week for my PGA DFS picks for the BMW Championship!
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