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  • whodat2

    When: October 4-7

    Where: Napa, California

    Course: Silverado Resort and Spa North | A par 72 playing at 7203 yards

    Last Year’s Winner: Kevin Tway at -14

    Last Year’s Cut: -3

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  • titanhawks

    Survived the Harrington sweat with a par 5 on the par 5 18th

    Now gotta live in Mr. Rodgers neighborhood for the next 11 holes for a good 6/6 ugh

  • JaBr

    Im, Munos, Bozzelli, An… my PM wave starting off horrendous. Ew boy.

  • dangasin

    Yea scott 344 yards straight down the center. Exactly how I would have done it

  • superstars92

    Kang almost just drove the par 5, but instead it’s slightly off and now he has a long bunker shot to get up and down for the birdie.

    I would also love it if a guy no one has like Molinari won. It’s amazing how he can be a Major champ, who also won a PGA event last season, and be lower owned than Sungjae Im and Byeong Hun An, both of who were like around his price (Im higher). Maybe that’s correct reasoning because those other 2 are hot, but it’s just feels weird.

  • superstars92

    Kyle Stanley complete trash.

  • Dunzor

    @Dunzor said...

    Also CH3 finally made a putt as well for his first birdie of the day.

    Make that B2B birdies for CH3 from outside 10ft! How about a streak buddy?

  • Dunzor

    @neogamer said...

    The IM sweat begins

    #3 is the hardest hole on the course so I wouldn’t be too worried about a bogey there

  • mr_papageorgio

    I was this close to going Oda over Lovemark for my punt. Should have know to just trust BIF.

  • titanhawks

    @Dunzor said...

    Make that B2B birdies for CH3 from outside 10ft! How about a streak buddy?

    Probably the first time ever I didn’t play CHIII on DK since I started DFS

    Just got pushed out by the Children of the Korn like Mickelson, Furyk, etc

  • Wammer44

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  • superstars92

    I think the cut will be -2, but I’m secretly hoping it’s -1 so that Pan, Stanley, Kang can all get in at -1…they need all the help they can get. Pan missed a 3 footer to drop below the cut line and Stanley can’t make any putts in general.

  • shadowchap1978

    Steele again! Boom 💥

  • superstars92

    I can tell you one thing. If the Cut is somehow -1 the PGA is gonna regret not having MDF. A -1 cut would mean like 90 players get in lol.

  • neogamer

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    @Dunzor said...

    #3 is the hardest hole on the course so I wouldn’t be too worried about a bogey there

    Ok.. now the IM sweat begins.. lol

  • superstars92

    @superstars92 said...

    I would also love it if a guy no one has like Molinari won. It’s amazing how he can be a Major champ, who also won a PGA event last season, and be lower owned than Sungjae Im and Byeong Hun An, both of who were like around his price (Im higher). Maybe that’s correct reasoning because those other 2 are hot, but it’s just feels weird.

    Nvm Molinari winning isn’t happening haha. He’ll be lucky to get top 10.

  • yountingly

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    Hardly play Im but when I do he plays like this.

  • neogamer

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      2013 FanDuel WFBBC Finalist

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    Things are starting to get ugly with my afternoon guys.

  • titanhawks

    Rodgers 28 ft for Birdie yes!

  • BIF

    @mr_papageorgio said...

    I was this close to going Oda over Lovemark for my punt. Should have know to just trust BIF.

    To be fair, there is risk with every play and I only have him on 3 or 4 lineups but he has looked great so far

  • Dunzor

    @Wammer44 said...

    Is PGA DFS profitable for anyone? Or is it just a “fun” way to lose money?

    It’s by far my most profitable sport, last 3 years I’ve had at least 4 figure profits. I think it has one of the biggest edges left in DFS because most people aren’t very knowledgeable about golf compared to the major team sports

  • superstars92

    My guys all going the wrong way lol. Pan is already done, the others are probably gonna be done soon when they miss another short putt.

  • BIF

    @Wammer44 said...

    Is PGA DFS profitable for anyone? Or is it just a “fun” way to lose money?

    Yes and losing money is Never fun

    I see have crushed NASCAR in the last; it’s a bit like golf but it has way more variance as the best player in the world is going to miss the cut in 5-10% of tournaments and finish outside the top 10 in a tourney 35-50% of the time unlike NAS where the top drivers never finish near the bottom unless they crash.

  • bcandrws

    @BIF said...

    To be fair, there is risk with every play and I only have him on 3 or 4 lineups but he has looked great so far

    You in 5th with lee at +2 wow

  • superstars92

    This is getting pathetic. My only two guys under par are Stanley and Kang, but both of whom started well back of the cut line so they need to go like -2. The guys who were above the cutline are either going backwards towards it or fallen below it.

  • BIF

    @bcandrws said...

    You in 5th with lee at +2 wow

    I’ve stopped looking at that lineup 😡

    I have about 6-8 lineups that are or should go 6/6 all between 500th and 2500th so looking at those as there is upside.

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