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PGA DFS Preview for The Corales Puntacana Championship

PGA DFS Preview

In this article we bring you a comprehensive PGA DFS preview for The Corales Puntacana Championship. We’ll examine the course, key statistics, and some top players to consider, providing you with the information you need to make informed picks and potentially win big in this week’s PGA DFS tournament.

PGA DFS Preview for The Corales Puntacana Championship

Hole by Hole Breakdown - The Front 9

This year’s championship promises to be an exciting affair, with a strong field of players competing for the coveted title. Chad Ramey, fresh from his impressive performance at THE PLAYERS Championship, is returning to defend his title and become the first back-to-back winner in the tournament’s history.

To claim victory at the Corales Golf Course, players will need to pay close attention to key stats like SG: Putting, SG: Approach, Driving Distance, and SG: Around-the-Green. The course is wide open off the tee, making it a perfect opportunity for long-hitters to showcase their skills. However, the greens are a significant challenge, with large undulating surfaces that demand precise approach shots. SG: Approach and proximity numbers will be essential to success, while a tidy short game could also provide an edge.

Hole by Hole Breakdown - The Back 9

The field is stacked with plenty of past winners at Corales, including Joel Dahmen, Brice Garnett, and Dominic Bozzelli, who won the championship’s first iteration in 2016. Tour winners Ryan Brehm, Tyler Duncan, Jim Herman, Erik van Rooyen, and Richy Werenski are all teeing it up, while Thomas Detry is the highest-ranked in the FedExCup standings set to play at Corales. The field also features major winners like Jason Dufner, Jimmy Walker, and Geoff Ogilvy.

The tournament promises to be an exciting one, with three key storylines to watch out for. Firstly, the magic number for victory has been 18-under 270 for three years in a row. Can someone break this trend this year? Secondly, putting will be a crucial aspect of the tournament, with the last two winners, Ramey and Dahmen, both ranking highly in Putts per Round. Finally, can Ramey become the first player to win back-to-back titles at Corales?

When it comes to DFS, staying on top of recent form is crucial, and with a small it becomes even more important. Players who have been performing well over the last month and showed resilience throughout the windy Florida Swing are worth considering. The course conditions in Punta Cana are expected to be very similar, and players will need to be sharp and make plenty of birdies to stay in contention. 

The door is wide open for players to hit the ball far and wide with their drivers, giving them the chance to shorten up their approach shots into the tricky greens. Additionally, players with tournament experience at Corales could have an edge over the competition in the quest for the championship title.

Thank you for checking out the article, I hope I was able to provide you with some value as you begin to build your DFS lineups for today’s contests.

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