PGA: 3M Open DFS Composite Rankings
In this article, our golf analysts will share their 3M Open DFS rankings of their favorite golfers for DraftKings, separated by DraftKings price range.
Dan’s SPOTLIGHT: Matthew Wolff
After battling through a week of tough conditions at Muirfield Village to record an impressive T22 finish at The Memorial, Wolff returns to the site of his breakthrough 2019 victory: TPC Twin Cities. This week’s 3M Open shapes up to be a birdie-fest that will closely resemble the Rocket Mortgage Classic from earlier this month, an event that saw Wolff ultimately hold a 54-hole-lead and finish in second place at -20. The defending champion is just the seventh most expensive option on DraftKings this week at $9,700, providing a tantalizing combination of value and win equity. Get ready for Wolff to defend his crown.
John’s SPOTLIGHT: Lucas Glover
What’s not to love about Lucas Glover in this spot? Glover has made five straight cuts and hasn’t missed any since the restart. He’s also capitalized on those opportunities, finishing T25 or better in four of the five tournaments he has participated in. His odds provide value to the field based on his current price, he posted a T7 finish at the 3M Open last year and he’s sixth in the field this week for birdie:bogey ratio YTD (which is notable for his in-round scoring potential).
Vin’s SPOTLIGHT: Patrick Rodgers
Rodgers enters the 3M Open following an impressive 18th place finish at The Memorial a week ago. He’s been in good form as of late as both his driver and putter have been very strong in recent weeks. Rodgers tends to play some of his best golf at TPC courses and if he can get his irons to cooperate this week, he should make a great play in an especially weak field.
Jason’s SPOTLIGHT: Richy Werenski
At a price point of $7,400, Werenski provides good value thanks to his consistency as of late. Werenski has made the cut in 8 of his last 9 tournaments and will attempt to build on this consistency this weekend against one of the weakest fields we have seen since the restart. Werenski will earn some birdies with his putter and is a good bet to save par on missed greens, which has contributed to his recent stretch of success. In last year’s 3M Open, Werenksi shot -10, bogeying just seven times on the weekend en route to a T46 finish. A similar display this year will have you expecting points from Werenski through the weekend, despite his low price point.