Daily Fantasy Golf Research and Strategies: How to Win PGA provides the blueprint for weekly daily fantasy golf research and how to best employ that research in order to construct lineups that can succeed in both cash game and tournament formats.
In this course, you’ll learn:
• Where to find information that is essential to lineup construction
• The role course history should play in your valuation of a golfer
• How you can use the weather to gain an advantage
• Which statistics are helpful at which types of courses
• How your strategy should vary in cash games versus tournaments
As a relatively new daily fantasy game, there are a lot of inefficiencies in the daily fantasy golf market. This course is designed to help you exploit some of those weaknesses and make money in daily fantasy’s fastest-growing game.
Before worrying about a golfer’s hole-to-hole volatility or how likely he is to win, you need to ensure you maximize the chances of your golfers making the cut. Here’s how to do that.
Vegas lines and odds are one of the best tools in all of daily fantasy sports. This lesson explains how to leverage Vegas’s knowledge in daily fantasy golf.
This lesson will focus on course history and how it can be used to in your weekly research routine. You’ll learn how to properly pair golfers and their games with specific courses to maximize your win probability.
This lesson will cover three different types of golf statistics: general statistics, course-specific statistics, and DraftKings’ specific statistics.
Golf is a mental game unlike any other. You are not directly competing against the other players in the field; you are competing against the course and against yourself. This lesson will teach you how to use momentum and psychology to identify streaky golfers.
Weather is one of the most overlooked aspects of daily fantasy golf. Not all golfers tee off at the same time, and thus weather affects them differently. This lesson explains what to look for and how to use weather to find a competitive edge.
Some golf tournaments are set up much differently than others. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to change your approach in no-cut events, for example, to target the right types of golfers to help you win.
The final lesson in his course will focus on the fundamental differences between cash games and tournaments, as well as provide tips that are specifically tailored for each league type.
Derek Farnsworth, aka Notorious, is one of the most recognizable names and faces in all of DFS, thanks in large part to the great advice he gives on a daily basis in RotoGrinders.com’s Grind Down for NBA and MLB as well as the First Look column that gives a preview of the day’s games from a DFS perspective. Before joining the RotoGrinders team, Derek received a Masters Degree from the University of Utah. When he’s not busy providing content, he’s dominating the industry as evidenced by his consistent top rankings in multiple sports. Farnsworth provides expert analysis for RotoGrinders Premium members on a daily basis during the NBA season and has also been nominated for five different Fantasy Sports Writer’s Association (FSWA) awards.