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  • whodat2

    When: July 2-5

    Where: Detroit, MI

    Course: Detroit Golf Club | A par 72 playing at 7334 yards

    Last Year’s Winner: Nate Lashley at -25

    Last Year’s Cut: -5

    Coverage: PGATourLive | Golf Channel | CBS

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  • BIF

    @timusbr said...

    Your point was made but I did disagree to a degree because I was on the extreme stars and scrubs. Now I didnt get the right mix, actually my 3rd stud Failed to play the weekend. After Thursday, I was optomistic about most of my scrubs making the cut, but that also didnt work out?

    Yah I just thought it was funny as after 36 holes, it looked like a Bryson/Webb lineup was going to be needed so I scanned lineups in the $555 and there were not any 6/6’s in top 60 or so with both. All the Webb/Bryson LU’s were 4/6 or 5/6.

    Today kinda sucked with Wolff, Hovland and Hubbard all not playing well – still cashed in the $555 and $100 single entries but missed in the $200 SE by 0.5 points.

  • sneaksox

    @Money0227 said...

    I love the rapid fires (Bryson over Hideki, Tony over Rickie, Webb over Wise, Reed over Day and Sneds over Sabbs). I did a 4/4 to hedge the Sneds/Sabbs matchup. In the fantasy point 5/5’s I love the overs with Bryson, Webb and Tony and unders with Hideki and Rickie. For single round fantasy points I like the overs on everyone (Hideki and Rickie aren’t included), but I hedged Day with a 4/4 (excluding him).

    Did you hit on these rapid fire 5/5’s and 4/4’s? I played the same 4/4’s x 3 so it was an awesome week, but had Sabbs over Sneds in the 5/5’s so it could’ve been much bigger. Gotta give credit where it’s due, you nailed all five matchups and that was likely a nice payday. Reed’s final shot to a foot even though he was easily missing the cut and then Tony nailing that 18 footer to make the cut were crazy sweats.

    Cheers to all the winners this week.

  • Money0227

    @sneaksox said...

    Did you hit on these rapid fire 5/5’s and 4/4’s? I played the same 4/4’s x 3 so it was an awesome week, but had Sabbs over Sneds in the 5/5’s so it could’ve been much bigger. Gotta give credit where it’s due, you nailed all five matchups and that was likely a nice payday. Reed’s final shot to a foot even though he was easily missing the cut and then Tony nailing that 18 footer to make the cut were crazy sweats.

    Cheers to all the winners this week.

    I did hit all the rapid fires (they were definitely charmed). I did very well on the full tourney bets and did very well on day two. The weekend didn’t quite pan out with a bunch of 4/5’s and 3/4’s. Wolff let me down Sunday. Good week overall though, so definitely no complaining here.

    On to next week…

  • ValuableTrader

    My classic lineups were god awful. Two weeks in a row now with bad Happy Meal performances. I tried to get a little too aggressive…

    I went 3/4 in Showdown so up again this week thanks to some leverage plays. Hatton > Mats, paired with Hadwin won me a good bit in SD cash H2H’s/DU’s yesterday.

    What a week for Bryson though…dominating fashion.

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