PGA GPP Breakdown: U.S. Open - DFS Strategy
Top-ranked grinder, STLCardinals84, will break down his top GPP golf targets for the coming week’s tournament, going over his favorite plays at various price ranges. Who better than PGA DFS master, STLCards, to help you on your way.
Welcome back to the PGA DFS GPP breakdown! We have another major rolling in with the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines this week. Unlike a lot of other courses that we see in the U.S. Open rotation, Torrey Pines is a track that we see annually on the PGA Tour, as the venue hosts the annual Farmers Insurance Open.
The more difficult South Course at Torrey Pines will be the host of this year’s third major. The course measures as a healthy par 72 that plays at over 7,600 yards from the tips during normal play, and it will play as a par 71 for the U.S. Open. The generally easy par five sixth hole has been converted to a long par four, just as it was when Torrey hosted the U.S. Open back in 2008. For what it’s worth, Tiger Woods won that year with a score of just one under par.