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  • whodat2

    When: April 22-25

    Where: New Orleans

    Course: TPC Louisiana | A par 72 playing at 7425 yards

    Last Year’s Winner: (2019) John Rahm & Ryan Palmer at -26

    Last Year’s Cut: -8

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  • BrianVT

    And Happy Earth Day.

  • depalma13

    Winner: Dufner/Bozzelli

    Fade: Rahm/Palmer

    Sleeper: See the Winner

  • jcotdl

    thanks for the heads-up, i did my bit for Earth Day!

  • byo34

    Winner: Homa Gooch
    Fade: 10k+
    Sleeper: Hubbs and Capp

  • mitchsnyderdfw

    These ownership numbers are insane. I don’t have one that is over 12%

  • hbomb57

    @mitchsnyderdfw said...

    These ownership numbers are insane. I don’t have one that is over 12%

    Agree I have Cam and Leishman at 12 in one tourney and as low as 2.3 in another.

  • hautalak

    Well missed on that overlay but got in one $1 Hundo.

    Winner: Hovland/Ventura over Im/An
    Fade: A lot lol
    Sleeper: Jones/Spaun and Hojgaard/V. Taylor

  • bigez952

    @mitchsnyderdfw said...

    These ownership numbers are insane. I don’t have one that is over 12%

    To get true ownership don’t you have to add up both guys? For example in the Mayo I played Justin Suh who is 6.27% owned but his partner Doug Ghim is 24.53% owned. All of my guys are low owned as I picked the lesser name of each pairing lol.

  • BrianVT

    I guess Nesmith/Seiffert high ownership was correct.

    There are a lot of really low ones, though.

  • mitchsnyderdfw

    @bigez952 said...

    To get true ownership don’t you have to add up both guys? For example in the Mayo I played Justin Suh who is 6.27% owned but his partner Doug Ghim is 24.53% owned. All of my guys are low owned as I picked the lesser name of each pairing lol.

    So you are saying I didn’t get Morikawa at 6.27%?

    That makes more sense if Wolff is 12-13% owned.

  • Getty33

    No Kelly Kraft and Bob Tway no cash. From here on out they’ll be known as the dynamic duo.

  • jcotdl

    so who is the actual chalk? Nesmith/Seiffert and Ghim/ Suh?

  • bigez952

    @BrianVT said...

    I guess Nesmith/Seiffert high ownership was correct.

    There are a lot of really low ones, though.

    That pairing is 44.27% owned in the Mayo which is pretty insane.

  • jss1218

    Dufner is on fire. Kick in bird on 1 and now 21’ for eagle on 2. Too bad he has boat anchor Bozelli as a partner.

  • BrianVT

    Does Hagy always wear the Fritelli glasses? He had me confused for a second there.

  • bigez952

    @mitchsnyderdfw said...

    So you are saying I didn’t get Morikawa at 6.27%?

    That makes more sense if Wolff is 12-13% owned.

    Yeah you have to find Wolff’s ownership and add the two up for the true ownership. However I am guessing more clicked Morikawa over Wolff so if Morikawa is 6% owned I would bet Wolff is sub 3% so your still below 10% overall.

  • BrianVT

    @bigez952 said...

    That pairing is 44.27% owned in the Mayo which is pretty insane.

    Wow. 25% in the 20-max $1

    I wonder why so many Mayo participants played them, knowing there was so much chatter about high ownership on them.

  • mitchsnyderdfw

    @bigez952 said...

    Yeah you have to find Wolff’s ownership and add the two up for the true ownership. However I am guessing more clicked Morikawa over Wolff so if Morikawa is 6% owned I would bet Wolff is sub 3% so your still below 10% overall.

    Found it on FantasyLabs. Morikawa/Wolff are 7.3% owned in the big $10

  • bigez952

    @BrianVT said...

    Wow. 25% in the 20-max $1

    I wonder why so many Mayo participants played them, knowing there was so much chatter about high ownership on them.

    I think it was because Pat Mayo himself touted that group up all week long as the best value. I played them but had I known they would almost 50% I wouldn’t have.

  • hautalak

    @BrianVT said...

    I guess Nesmith/Seiffert high ownership was correct.

    There are a lot of really low ones, though.

    This is one I seriously didn’t get!!! I mean I play NeSmith time to time but what was so good about this group besides supposed price discrepancy? I have none and am very happy about that!!!

  • mitchsnyderdfw

    @BrianVT said...

    I wonder why so many Mayo participants played them, knowing there was so much chatter about high ownership on them.

    Heavily touted for some reason that I don’t understand.

    That group is 43% owned in the $2120 high rollers Pro Shop

  • RudyPujols

    @jss1218 said...

    Dufner is on fire. Kick in bird on 1 and now 21’ for eagle on 2. Too bad he has boat anchor Bozelli as a partner.

    Yea, that’s a group that could really pop on Foursome day if they can get Duff hitting more of the approaches and Boz hitting more of the putts. Could get ugly on the holes when those roles are flipped.

  • BrianVT

    Sorry for dumb question, but what is format for today? Each golfer plays his own ball all the way to the hole?

  • RudyPujols

    @BrianVT said...

    Sorry for dumb question, but what is format for today? Each golfer plays his own ball all the way to the hole?

    Yes, Fourball today and Saturday. Foursome (every other shot + rotating tee shot regardless of who makes putt on preceding hole) Friday and Sunday.

  • lfn1992

    Smith/Leishman at less than 15% – folks, let’s make some money πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°

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