PGA DFS Value Plays: Charles Schwab Challenge

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Micah Bedard (Darddog) is here to pinpoint the best salary savers for this weekend’s Charles Schwab Challenge.

Contrary to the PGA Tour’s social media accounts, Michael Block did not win the PGA Championship. The victor at Oak Hill was Brooks Koepka.

Brooksie took down his fifth major, his third in the state of New York, besting Viktor Hovland and Scottie Scheffler by two strokes. It’s crazy that Brooks should qualify for Ryder Cup squad just based on points from The Masters and PGA Championship. And even if he doesn’t, Zach Johnson would be an idiot if he didn’t make him a captain’s pick.

It turned out that LIV is the perfect scenario for Koepka. He gets paid a bunch of money, and really only has to focus on four tournaments a year. Now that he’s healthy again, it’s tough to not consider him as the favorite whenever he tees it up at a major.

We move on this week to the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial. I know it’s got a ton of tradition with the tournament being played here forever. It’s still one of those events that every year when it rolls around I have to ask myself, “So who really does well here?”

The short answer is there is no exact fit. You’ve had long hitters like Jason Kokrak and precision guys like Kevin Na take down the title. Course history is semi-important, and you can lean on that for some of your tougher 1v1 decisions.

This article will help you identify some value options on DK (below $7,500) and FD (below $9,000) to help fill out your lineups the Charles Schwab Challenge.

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