PGA DFS This Week
After watching Stewart Cink bring home an impressive win at the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town last week, the PGA is headed to TPC Louisiana for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
With teams of two teaming up for this event, it is a little less conventional.
With that in mind, let's take a look at three groups to consider for your Zurich Classic of New Orleans fantasy team.
Zurich Classic of New Orleans Fantasy
Jon Rahm/Ryan Palmer:
Jon Rahm and Ryan Palmer took home the win here in 2019, the last time this event was actually played. They come in as the favorites again this year for good reason. On top of their clear success on this course together, they come in great form. While Palmer has been solid, grabbing top-20 finishes in three of his last four events, Rahm has been on a tear. Over his last 10 starts, Rahm has eight top-10 finishes and four top-five finishes. While the field is strong one, no other team seems to be as complete when it comes to this event and current form.
Tony Finau/Cameron Champ:
Over his last 11 events, Finau has six top-10 finishes and four top-5 finishes. He did miss the cut here in 2019, but grabbed a solo sixth in 2018. Ranking Top 10 on tour in Strokes Gained (SG): Approach The Green, SG: Tee-To-Green and SG: Total, Finau should hold up his end of the partnership well. Champ has been excellent off the tee this year, ranking No. 8 on tour in SG: Off-The-Tee and even had a solid showing at The Masters, finishing T-26.
Danny Willet/Tyrell Hatton:
TPC Louisiana is loaded with bunkers, so targeting someone like Hatton could be wise, who ranks No. 11 on tour in sand save percentage. Willett has been playing up and down lately, grabbing a top-10 and top-20 finish in his last four starts. Coming in off a T-18 at the RBC Heritage, in a field that has some names at the top but isn't terribly deep, guys like Willett and Hatton could be sneaky good picks.
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