This week they head down to Sea Island for the fall swing’s final event of the season, The RSM Classic. It will be down in Georgia, and they split it the first two days playing different courses, and then the weekend will be played at the seaside course.
The PGA Tour heads to Bermuda this week for the Butterfield Bermuda Championship at Port Royal Golf Course. All prices listed are for DraftKings.
This week they head down to Mexico for the World Wide Technology Championship. We have only one previous champion in the field, in Matt Kuchar. It is a solid field considering it is still in the fall swing, headlined by Aberg, Cam Young, and Sahith Theegala.
This week we have the Zozo that will be starting about 12 hours earlier than normal since they are in Japan. It’s a 78-man field, no cut event. It’s by far the best field we’ve had for the fall swing.
This week we head out to Las Vegas for the Shriners Children’s Open. We have a good amount of history here to pull data from, and we have a handful of top 50 players in the world showing up this week, including defending champ Tom Kim.
Well, round 2 looked like it was going to be a smash spot and then our guys decided to just stop playing good golf. Onto the next. Most of the chalk made the cut, but we have some nice options to pick from for tomorrow.
What a fun start to the fall swing with the majority of the guys we were on starting strong. Herbert nuked for FRL, but there were a lot of cheap guys who popped off also.
West coast golf means they’re teeing off during our lunch breaks, rounds don’t end until 9pm and they’ll be on Poa greens, which tend to mess with people who are from the east coast