2022 Wells Fargo Championship Fantasy Golf Value Picks & Sleepers on FanDuel

David Kaestle
Jhonattan Vegas is among the fantasy value picks and sleepers for the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship.
Jhonattan Vegas is among the fantasy value picks and sleepers for the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship. / Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports

The PGA Tour heads back up north this week for the Wells Fargo Championship at TPC Potomac.

2022 Wells Fargo Championship Fantasy Value Picks

While we have already gone over the odds, fantasy picks and dark horse winners, let's take a look at some players to consider for the back half of your fantasy lineups. Here are three value picks and sleepers to consider at the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship.

2022 Wells Fargo Championship Sleepers

Jhonattan Vegas Fantasy

Jhonattan Vegas has played as a professional at TPC Potomac, which is more than a lot of the field can say. He missed the cut in that 2017 Quicken Loans National, but he comes into the Wells Fargo Championship playing some really solid golf, grabbing a T-4 and T-18 in his last two starts, respectively. Vegas is going to have to rely on his driver and irons if he's going to make some noise this year. He ranks No. 3 on tour in Driving Distance, No. 11 in Strokes Gained (SG): Off-The-Tee and No. 35 in Greens in Regulation (GIR).

Kevin Streelman Fantasy

Kevin Streelman has twice as much experience as Vegas at TPC Potomac, playing here twice as a professional. And he's had some success, grabbing a top-20 finish in one of those starts. Streelman is accurate off the tee, ranking No. 7 on tour there and No. 48 in SG: Off-The-Tee. He had a disappointing T-67 in his last starts but has a top-20 and top-10 finish in his last three starts before that.

Ryan Armour Fantasy

Ryan Armour could be a great value in the middle or back of your lineup, he shares many of the same traits as the other guys on this list but at a better value. He's No. 1 on tour in Driving Accuracy and No. 38 in GIR. He also ranks No. 18 in SG: Off-The Tee. On top of that, he grabbed a second-place finish in his lone pro start on this course in 2018. The value's here because despite these numbers, Armour has missed three of his last five cuts. However, he does have a top-15 finish in that span, so his game isn't lost, and now he comes back to a place where he almost won. If that's not a confidence boost, I'm not sure what is.

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