Fantasy Golf Picks for the BMW Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club

David Kaestle
Webb Simpson at The Northern Trust - Round Three.
Webb Simpson at The Northern Trust - Round Three. / Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

After we saw Dustin Johnson dominate The Northern Trust at TPC Boston last week, he and another loaded field of PGA Tour players head to Olympia Fields Country Club for the BMW Championship.

Let's take a look at some golfers to consider when putting together your fantasy lineup this week.

Dustin Johnson:
Dustin Johnson was simply too good last week to not consider him here. He finished the tournament at 30-under par, an incredible 11-shot victory over Harris English. With two wins already this season and five top-10 finishes, Johnson has quietly enjoyed a solid year and is getting hot at the right time, recording finishes of T-12, T-2 and a win in his last three starts. He ranks top-20 on tour in strokes gained (SG): Off-The-Tee (11th), SG: Tee-To-Green (18th) and SG: Total (14th). He has been arguably the best golfer on tour since returning from injury, and if he continues that trend here, he will once again be right near the top of the leaderboard.

Webb Simpson:
The shorter course could end up being set up for an excellent ball striker like Simpson. He has performed really well in this tournament in the past too, grabbing two top-10 finishes in his last four starts. Also with two wins this season, and eight top-10 finishes to go along with them, Simpson has been one of the best players on tour of late. He enters this tournament on the heels of a T-3 and T-6 finish. Simpson's stellar ball-striking could be what carries him to the top of this leaderboard. He ranks No. 7 on tour in SG: Approach The Green, No. 8 in Greens in Regulation (GIR) and No. 11 in Tee-To-Green, which helped him to a No. 12 ranking in SG: Putting. If he continues to put all of those together again this week, look for another top-tier showing out of Simpson.

Daniel Berger:
Daniel Berger may not have the wins to show it, but he has been arguably the most consistent golfer since the tour's restart. In six total starts, he has one win and four top-5 finishes, and a T-13. He ranks No. 5 on tour in birdie average, which has helped carry him to the No. 3 ranking in scoring average. He has really been firing on all cylinders of his game, ranking No. 21 in SG: Off-The-Tee, No. 23 in SG: Approach The Green, No. 12 in SG: Putting, No. 11 in SG: Tee-To-Green and No. 3 in SG: Total. He has been consistently the best golfer that has flown under the radar the last few months, but he should not be ignored.

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