US OPEN PGA DFS – Visionary Picks

Dr. Roto’s Visionary U.S. Open Cheat Sheet

It’s time for another lucky person to become a millionaire in DraftKings’ Millionaire Maker. If you are the one person to have the highest score out of $205K teams, you will become my rich friend! That said, you have a better chance of being hit by lightning than you do to win the million bucks. I am not suggesting you don’t play, as much as I am suggesting that you don’t go spending your life savings in trying to become a millionaire.




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Shinnecock Hills is a VERY hard and demanding course. My best guess is that about 20 golfers will be under par for the entire tournament. So, if you don’t have players who can be T20 or better, you probably are not going to win.



Dustin Johnson—No better player when he is playing at his best

Rory McIlroy—The sharps in Vegas are fading him

Justin Thomas—I will have about 20% exposure to him

Jordan Spieth—His current form is awful, but do you really think he has a bad US Open?

Jason Day—Love him and hope that he goes a bit under the radar

Rickie Fowler—Just got engaged (Fade??) but loves the links style courses

Justin Rose—Top current form on tour and I will own a lot of shares

Jon Rahm—Will use sparingly

Tiger Woods—If he can control his driver he will be playing late on Sunday

Brooks Koepka—Wish there were more par 5’s on this course for him

Hideki Matsuyama—Might be overlooked and could contend

Henrik Stenson—Don’t trust him here. Prefer him in Europe.

Sergio Garcia—Will fade

Phil Mickelson—Will be under exposed, but he could surprise

Patrick Reed—Masters winner could be a T10 here

Branden Grace—Always seems to play well on links style courses



Others Who I Like a Lot to be in the Top 25:

Tommy Fleetwood

Paul Casey

Patrick Cantlay

Matt Kuchar

Tony Finau

Keegan Bradley

Brandt Snedeker

Jimmy Walker

Louie Oosthuizen

Marc Leishman

Francisco Molinari

Ian Poulter



Cheap Guys to fill out your rosters if you use stars and scrubs:

E. Grillo

Trey Mullinax

S. Sharma

L. Herbert

S. Im

R. Fox

D. Burmeister


Good luck and I hope that a member of the Scout Army becomes my rich friend!