Price’s 2023 PGA Fortinet DFS Showdown Plays – Round 2

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Price’s 2023 PGA Fortinet DFS Showdown Plays – Round 2:

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. Tomorrow should be similar conditions and scoring, and this is an event where you can leave salary on the table and still have six guys who go off. All prices listed are for DraftKings.

Core Plays:

  1. Brendan Todd: 9100 – Todd shot three under today while playing one par 5 horribly and having multiple missed putts inside of four feet. Gaining strokes on approach and tee to green, I love him tomorrow.
  2. Sam Ryder: $7900 – Ryder shot four under today while gaining strokes across the board. He left two of the par 5’s out there and missed multiple good birdie looks. I think he is priced perfectly to be a middle tier guy in your build.
  3. Zac Blair: $6700 – Blair shot six under while gaining strokes across all metrics. He was my favorite cheap play of the week and nothing changes for round 2.

$8K+ Plays:

Homa and Thomas lead the way in metrics up top. Eric Cole is a nice pivot from them and my favorite of the three. Spaun would be next, as he gained strokes everywhere but putting. Bhatia started awful and brought it back, gaining strokes slightly, but losing over two putting. Kuest is super intriguing because he started with two doubles, had a hole out eagle, and just scores a lot of DK points. Wu is there too, and would be my last play in the range.

$6000-$7900 Plays:

Ghim and Kuchar both look solid, would lean Ghim. Davis Thompson did everything well except putt and is in play. KH Lee is in the same boat, he’s an interesting play, but I lean someone like Lipsky, Sigg or Tarren. No way SH Kim keeps it up, and I don’t mind Harry Hall. Lower, Whaley, Ramey, Redman, Shelton, Kodaira, Roy, and Dufner round out the last of the player pool.

Now It’s Time For Two Fades:

  1. Jaeger $9900 – He is losing strokes on approach, putting, and he’s break-even tee to green. Just too expensive for that kind of play to start the week.
  2. Herbert $8600 – Herbert gained six strokes putting and his -9 round basically consisted of seven one-putts in an eight-hole stretch on the back 9. Tough to repeat that.

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