Dr. Roto’s Visionary Plays for the FedEx St. Jude Classic
Please be careful if you are playing PGA DFS this week. Next week is the US Open and there is a chance that some of these players will withdraw prior to Sunday’s finish. For that reason, I HIGHLY suggest playing lightly and choosing guys who are invested in the outcome of this tournament.
Dustin Johnson—Withdrew from this tournament a few years ago. I will wait to play him next week at the US Open.
Brooks Koepka—I don’t see him winning, but he should use this weekend to get ready for the Open.
Phil Mickelson—If you are going to pay up for one stud, he’s the guy.
Daniel Berger—If you love course horses, he’s your man. He’s won this tournament the past two years. I am planning on fading him as he will be way over owned.
Billy Horschel—He’s not worth 9700 but I will have some exposure to him.
Tony Finau—He will be in at least 40-50% of my lineups.
Charles Howell III—Chuckie Sticks is playing the Matt Kuchar role this week: a cut maker with an outside shot to win.
Peter Uihein—I told you all last week that his time is fast approaching.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat—I like the way his game fits this course. Will use him 30% of my lineups.
Luke List—He’s on my list this week for sure. Potential winner.
Kevin Tway—Disappointed last week, but still on the radar.
Kevin Chappell—This guy kills me every time I play him, but I’ve got a feeling this could be a T10 week for him.
Braden Thornberry—He’s the best player in NCAA right now and lives about 30 minutes from the golf course.
Chez Reavie—His form has been off recently, but this course fits him perfectly.
Shane Lowry—Starting to get hot at the right time.
Brian Gay—Won here way back in 2009.
Trey Mullinax—Will be overlooked at this price point.
Ben Crane—I am fading him no matter what. He’s not a good player no matter what the course history says.
Keith Mitchell—Back on the greens he prefers.
Tom Hoge—Looking steady and well-priced.
Joel Dahmen—My favorite guy under 7200 this week.
Tyrone “Ass Wagon”—Great course history here. Cannot overlook.
Chad Campbell—Great CH but I don’t trust him as much more than a cut maker.
Matt Jones—Loves playing on this course.
Abraham Ancer—I feel like he’s close to breaking inside the T20.
Scott Stallings—From the Tennessee area and very familiar with this course.