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  • whodat2

    When: July 13-16

    Where: Silvis, IL

    Course: TPC Deer Run | A par 71 playing at 7268 yards

    Last Year’s Winner: Ryan Moore at -22

    Last Year’s Cut: -3

    Coverage: The Norm

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  • JimKronlund

    Whoa Scott Brown – double bogey on hole 6* +1 (+1): T68th
    He has dropped a lot in 2 holes. A quad and double. Ouch

  • mnstone14

    @mabrla said...

    If you don’t go 6/6 you aren’t cashing anyways was my point unless you pick the winner.

    Na making or missing the cut won’t change that.

    If you go 6/6 and Na made the cut…you’re still going to cash just the same.

    There is no difference with one lineup.

    If theres 3-4-5 chalky guys who are +22% owned or so, you could absolutely still cash 5/6. Not likely but still in the realm of possibility.

    I dont trust na to turn it around tomorrow, so unfortunately im left hoping for the unlikely.

  • olough

    I’d like to personally punch Nick Taylor in the face

  • mh8235

    What was Danny Lee % owned?

  • thetitanlb

    Scott brown just went snowman then a double to go from -5 to +1 in a 2 hole span. Un freaking real

  • Jeddy3

    @olough said...

    I’d like to personally punch Nick Taylor in the face

    You should post more just so your avatar shows up. I’ll agree with anything you say.

  • lfn1992

    So to have a chance at cashing all I need now is Scott Brown to miss the cut, the KSDT to appear, Steve Stricker to WD after going +4 in 5 holes, and, oh, I dunno, Wesley Bryan going +6 tomorrow?

  • osuryanf

    @olough said...

    I’d like to personally punch Nick Taylor in the face

    Same.

  • Genghis_Khan

    @olough said...

    I’d like to personally punch Nick Taylor in the face

    I’d love to rip off Kevin Na’s arm and beat Danny Lee with it.

  • wphill02

    @mabrla said...

    If you don’t go 6/6 you aren’t cashing anyways was my point unless you pick the winner.

    Na making or missing the cut won’t change that.

    If you go 6/6 and Na/whoever made the cut…you’re still going to cash just the same.

    There is no difference with one lineup.

    This doesn’t make any sense.

    I have a 6/6 and no Na.

    If 25% of the field has Na and he makes the cut, that means those 25% of lineups have 30+ more points than if Na misses the cut.

    That could easily be the difference between cashing and not cashing. It could also mean a big difference in pay jumps. So it absolutely matters.

  • thetitanlb

    @JimKronlund said...

    Whoa Scott Brown – double bogey on hole 6* +1 (+1): T68th
    He has dropped a lot in 2 holes. A quad and double. Ouch

    This has me super super on tilt man. What in the hell

  • Dunzor

    @mh8235 said...

    What was Danny Lee % owned?

    22% in the club pro, not sure about the lower dollar tournies

  • mabrla

    @mnstone14 said...

    If theres 3-4-5 chalky guys who are +22% owned or so, you could absolutely still cash 5/6. Not likely but still in the realm of possibility.

    I dont trust na to turn it around tomorrow, so unfortunately im left hoping for the unlikely.

    Agreed.

    I do forget that people genuinely like golf and will follow it through the weekend even if they have no chance at big money.

    So my bad on that…but I mean I LOVE LOVE basketball and I can’t even get myself to follow any teams on a night where one of my guys gets scratched or something. I LOVE NFL…but If my 1:00pm guy duds I won’t watch any games moving forward.

    I guess DFS has ruined my sports experience on that end. Maybe I’m jealous some of you can enjoy sports without the sweat of winning moolah…but no 6/6 and golf doesn’t exist for me until next Thursday.

  • Supersharpie

    @astauty said...

    Danny Lee WD.

    Yikes.

    SOB! I have only been playing fantasy golf since it was introduced on FD and this is the first time I have been screwed by a WD. Oh well, he probably wasn’t making the cut anyway.

  • lfn1992

    If I were getting wiped out across the board I wouldn’t be so Danny Lee tilted…. but on the same LUs I have tons of Zach Johnson, Bryson DeShamWow, Chez Reavie… I went 100% with him and he totally bent me over

  • Jamcclea

    Welp. My week is done. Lee in my only LU.

    THIS IS WHY I MULTI ENTER.

  • MACKTYSON

    So to everyone hating on Na, who would you rather have right now? Na or Lee? Of course Na because he still has a shot, he’s not ‘dead’. If Sabatini, who is garbage, can shoot a 65 today, can’t Na shoot a 65/66 tomorrow? Unlikely yes but definitely in the realm of possibility.

  • carolinacrusher

    @olough said...

    I’d like to personally punch Nick Taylor in the face

    Taylor on my ZJ lineup on draftkings and my howell lineup on FanDuel, I feel your pain.

  • lexmarke238

    @cy1985 said...

    We’re all just trying to calculate odds and see where are chances are of cashing. Every time high owned players miss the cut, it makes it easier to cash.

    With that being said, what are the percentages on Lee and Na in the Dogleg this week?

    If you study what mabrla said and your response to it, you would learn something about yourself.

  • steelcitydozer

    Got a lineup with Lee na Taylor.

  • cy1985

    Brown owners, we are getting Harris English’d. Didn’t see that coming.

  • Supersharpie

    @mh8235 said...

    What was Danny Lee % owned?

    32.2 in the Eagle, 66.6% in my LUs :-(

  • Cooper08

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    @Dunzor said...

    22% in the club pro, not sure about the lower dollar tournies

    Danny Lee was 18% owned amongst all gpp’s on DK.

  • mabrla

    @wphill02 said...

    This doesn’t make any sense.

    I have a 6/6 and no Na.

    If 25% of the field has Na and he makes the cut, that means those 25% of lineups have 30+ more points than if Na misses the cut.

    That could easily be the difference between cashing and not cashing. It could also mean a big difference in pay jumps. So it absolutely matters.

    Sure..but your lineup is going to score what it’s going to score anyways. So with or without Na making the cut you either have a top 10 big GPP winner or not.

    If Na makes cut and scores those 30 points, but finishes 30th or whatever no one with him is going to be towards the top of the leader-boards anyways unless their other 5 guys are all top 10.

    High owned golfers have to crush to hurt you. Simply making the cut and putting in a mediocre score have little effect on your team if you are a solid 6/6.

    I’m just not going to root for all the high owned guys to fail so that if my lineup fails I can win back my 50 dollars lol. Poor form.

  • PigskinaBlanket

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    I mean, have you looked at the Shot Tracker on Scott Browns two holes. 2x in a row he went 40-50 yards long with a wedge or low iron in his hand. How is that even possible. did anyone see what this jackoff did. I would love to know.

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