Don’t be alarmed by all of the bloated salaries this week on DraftKings – it’s all relative to who’s in the field. Of course, not everyone will be willing to warm up to the idea of shelling out $10,700 for Harold Varner III.
Emiliano Grillo is a nice player, but a $10,100 price tag is going to scare some people off.
I get it.
Perhaps you prefer steering clear of the players priced in the double-digits at Port Royal Golf Course. If that’s the case, you’re probably right in line with my Bermuda Championship DFS picks for 2020.
Charley Hoffman – $9,700
A disappointing 2019-20 campaign (77th in the FedEx Cup) is already in the rear-view mirror. 14th in Puntacana and 6th at the Sanderson Farms Championship allude to Charley Hoffman turning the corner.
His propensity to make a lot of birdies (13th in birdie average last season on tour) makes him an intriguing play on DK, and now he’s strapped with some serious ball speed thanks to diligent work with Greg Rose at the TPI Center in San Diego.
Peter Malnati – $9,000
Recency bias could cause Peter Malnati’s ownership to soar. On the flip side, $9k was too cheap to leave him out of my DFS picks for the Bermuda Championship. Malnati hits it straight, he’s a fabulous putter, and most importantly, he arrives in the Southampton Parrish with all sorts of confidence.
Then again, so would anybody coming off consecutive top-5 showings.
Justin Suh – $8,700
I could have picked anyone to win in my Bermuda Championship predictions. I went with Justin Suh because his insane amount of talent is on the verge of being unearthed for everyone to see.
On the surface, anyone can see that he’s tallied a 14th and an 8th in his last two PGA Tour starts. Those who dig deeper will see that the work Justin put in with Chris Zambri on his ball-striking is starting to pay off. 5th in SG: Approach-the-Green in his last start.
Maverick McNealy – $8,300
It’s been a bit up and down for McNealy since play resumed in June, but he’s been close a couple of times (8th at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, 7th at the Barracuda Championship). 35th at the 2019 Bermuda Championship means he’s got four competitive rounds at this venue under his belt. 21 birdies at last year’s event tell me he understands how to putt the greens.
Clark ranked 16th on the PGA Tour in average ball speed last season; he ranks 12th thus far in 2020-21.
Clark ranked 5th on the PGA Tour in one-putt % last season; he ranks 9th thus far in 2020-21.
In other words, he bombs it off the tee and is a lights-out putter.
Beau Hossler – $6,900
Rounding out my Bermuda Championship DFS picks is another golfer who’s solid off the tee and shines with his flat stick. In fact, Beau Hossler was a top-10 putter on tour two years ago and ranked inside the top 25 in putting in 2019-20.
The lifelong Dodgers fan has been playing well as of late, although an LA victory in the World Series could give Beau a little extra pep in his step.
My 2020 Bermuda Championship DFS Lineup for GPPs
Charley Hoffman $9,700
Peter Malnati $9,000
Justin Suh $8,700
Maverick McNealy $8,300
Wyndham Clark $7,400
Beau Hossler $6,900
My DFS picks for the Bermuda Championship can also be targeted in other betting arenas.
For example, I pegged Justin Suh to win the tournament, however, Wyndham Clark and Beau Hossler are a couple of dark horses worthy of a bet.
If you’re hoping to latch onto some head-to-head matchup picks, check out our latest golf picks.
As a former Division I collegiate golfer, Michael Wynn loves writing about golf. He's also an expert in most of America's most popular sports, writing extensively for GamblingSites.com on football, basketball, and baseball.
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