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  • whodat2

    When: June 20-23

    Where: Cromwell, CT

    Course: TPC River Highlands | A par 70 playing at 6841 yards

    Last Year’s Winner: William Chezney Reavie at -17

    Last Year’s Cut: -2

    Coverage: PGATourLive | Golf Channel | CBS

    Google Doc

    RG Golf Forum League

    Happy Meal Standings

    Admin Note: The mod team is working to keep these daily threads more on topic – Golf strategy talk for this week’s contest. Post referring to last week’s contest will be moved to the correct thread. Any off topic posts or posts containing full lineups will be deleted..

  • astauty

    @noddy said...

    I don’t think the pricing is that tight.

    there are like 7 guys above 10k and not so many obvious DJ’s or Brooks mid 8k. and under 7500 not the greatest-

    certainly tighter than last week…

  • sjs1890

    • 2013 DraftStreet DSBC Finalist

    Lame the google doc is behind paywall, you’d think someone else would be able to get one going it’s free data they’re using.

  • monarch

    I dont think its that tight either. They messed up by pricing some guys way up but not really touching premier ball strikers like Conners, Hovland, Niemman, Kokrak, Dahmen, Woodland, Lowry. Thats where ownership will be concentrated IMO.

  • noddy

    Cantlay and Casey two golfers playing for the first time with good recent course history. Will be interesting to see their ownership.

  • lfn1992

    This week I’m the “Beat the Forum” challenger, I’ll have 30 $1 h2h’s up later today. I chose to be the Beat the Forum guy on this particular one because this was the tournament where I took down my first GPP.

  • mr_papageorgio

    I wish the $200 SE wasn’t so top heavy but $100k to first is nice!

    I decided I’m gonna try something different this week and max the birdie too. For the guys who regularly do MME, how many golfers should I have in my pool? I’d rather lean toward a smaller group and try to find the right combination of guys I like so I was thinking around 12-15. Is that reasonable?

  • lfn1992

    The two tools I used to use the most – RG’s lineup builder and the Google Doc – are now behind pay firewalls. So I guess I need to compile the data myself now? It’s not that hard to pull the CH for any tournament, at least for the timeframe I look at.

  • BIF

    Mayo rake-free GPP link

    https://www.draftkings.com/contest/draftteam/87811703

  • noddy

    I know it’s early, but here you go:

    Winner – Bryson
    Fade – Rory, Rahm, Koepka
    Sleeper – Hubbard

  • johnnyjakes

    Yeah someone already mentioned this. Just go to PGATour.com and go to Tourney History. You can cut and paste into an excel spreadsheet.

  • lfn1992

    Follow-up to Nick Watney’s positive Covid test last week:

    “The PGA Tour tested 11 people who had come into contact with Watney since his positive test — including Watney’s Thursday playing partners Luke List and Vaughn Taylor — all of whom came back negative. Garcia’s secondary test was negative, too. “

    https://sports.yahoo.com/pga-tour-sergio-garcia-nick-watney-coronavirus-covid19-pandemic-harbour-town-rbc-heritage-044650220.html

  • zeeshan2

    ok some perhaps a dumb question from an alright golf dfs player; when making your LUs, do you guys try to fit 6 dudes who can make the cut or just go by upside and chances they finish in the top 5-10?

  • Goesch89

    Yea I tend to agree. The recent form portion is available on every players DK profile, so all these guys are doing are taking the time to post the CH, there’s no inherent value they are adding, just organizing data. I’m more of a believer in course history than most, but I’m not going to be part of someone trying to make a quick buck on something that I can quickly look up for the 5 to 8 golfers per week I would use it to make a decision on🤷🏻‍♂️.

  • timusbr

    @zeeshan2 said...

    ok some perhaps a dumb question from an alright golf dfs player; when making your LUs, do you guys try to fit 6 dudes who can make the cut or just go by upside and chances they finish in the top 5-10?

    its not a dumb question but rather an answer which only you can answer.

    only you can see a particular upside……anyone who is priced low salary needs to have an upside but how far up LMAO?

    If you are going to take down a gpp, you need to be a great picker, but you need to make the cut first.

    Go for the upside because cut makers (YOU NEED) but top 5-10 is what you want.

  • timusbr

    @johnnyjakes said...

    Yeah someone already mentioned this. Just go to PGATour.com and go to Tourney History. You can cut and paste into an excel spreadsheet.

    So You volunteering to do this simple cut and paste???

    People used this doc because it was handy…it had some good info…It was a cheat sheet for a quick look at performance. If it were so easy, we would see 100 variations. My data sheets are pretty close to be able to make a comparison to google docs but over the years format changed source data changed, I have holes for some events. Its to much work.

  • FredPupples

    I am all in on Little Swoosh at the



  • bfwl3434

    @FredPupples said...

    I am all in on Little Swoosh at the



    Is that Keegan? If so I agree. He’s the first guy I plugged in.

  • timusbr

    Happy Meal for the Travelers is up in the DK league lobby.

    https://www.draftkings.com/draft/entry/1991312593

    150 entries $1 paid top 15 (first time ever trying 150 entries)

    The Happy Meal is a weekly contest in the RG Golf thread DraftKings league. Pts each week are accumulated to a yearly contest.

    copy the link and enter and you also are entered into the golf league.

    This is mostly a fun contest. We want everyone to participate. Trying to get all the high rollers and the qtr/dollar players here into the same contest. Its not an easy cash but even the high rollers find that the low stakes guys can play this game too.

    Sign up and play….We need to get 150 of you.

  • j_holiday

    New PGR rankings are out! Notable jumps:

    4. W. Simpson (+2)
    11. T. Hatton (+4)
    21. D. Berger (+8)
    24. A. Ancer (+8)
    39. S. Garcia (+20)
    41. C. Bezuidenhout (+15)
    45. J. Poston (+10)
    150. C. Kirk (+98)

    Check out the latest rankings here:
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hq7GzCl_TrPpJ2YLVTLmbxzopaMq2ycRBCpXpnLcuG0/edit?usp=sharing

    @JStocksSmith

  • ValuableTrader

    NOT happy with the Google Doc update. Was literally the best resource to start off the week…

  • monarch

    @j_holiday said...

    New PGR rankings are out! Notable jumps:

    4. W. Simpson (+2)
    11. T. Hatton (+4)
    21. D. Berger (+8)
    24. A. Ancer (+8)
    39. S. Garcia (+20)
    41. C. Bezuidenhout (+15)
    45. J. Poston (+10)
    150. C. Kirk (+98)

    Check out the latest rankings here:
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hq7GzCl_TrPpJ2YLVTLmbxzopaMq2ycRBCpXpnLcuG0/edit?usp=sharing

    @JStocksSmith

    Beuzenhoudt is my dude. Kinda lame he is not in the event. Wonder why? Straight fire with the approach shots and nobody ever plays him.

  • ifthethunder

    Wow! A 150-entry Happy Meal? Bold strategy, Cotton. Err, tim. But I LIKE IT!
    ~

  • smallANDflaccid

    @j_holiday said...

    New PGR rankings are out! Notable jumps:

    Maybe discussed before and I missed it, but what does this stand for? I assume the R is “rank” or “ranking”

  • timusbr

    @j_holiday said...

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hq7GzCl_TrPpJ2YLVTLmbxzopaMq2ycRBCpXpnLcuG0/edit?usp=sharing

    this is similar to google docs.
    I like the salary is included
    I like that the rankings are complete with all golfers not just the guys playing this week

    it would take some getting use to (SG vs top 100golfers) the data baseline
    No copy and paste is a bit of a bummer

  • noddy

    @monarch said...

    Beuzenhoudt is my dude. Straight fire with the approach shots and nobody ever plays him.

    Doesn’t look like he’s playing this week.

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