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DFS Picks for the 2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship

| September 22, 2020 3:04 am PDT
DFS Picks for the 2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship

No disrespect to Corey Conners and Mackenzie Hughes, but you know it’s a light field when the pair of Canadians cost more than $10k apiece on DraftKings.

Sepp Straka and Kristoffer Ventura are both nice players, but typically, the $9k+ range isn’t reserved for nice players. It’s usually infested with elite talents.

Don’t be alarmed by what you’re paying, as it’s all relative to who’s competing. If you find yourself stuck, use the following Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship DFS picks to get yourself out of the bind.

Will Zalatoris – $10,900

Yes, he’s the betting favorite, and yes, his ownership will vastly bloated.

But for heaven’s sake, the last time this kid missed the cut in a professional event was in August – of 2019.

Some will tag onto Zalatoris due to their infatuation with his 6th-place finish at Winged Foot, but I’m buying stock for other reasons. As in he’s the complete opposite of a flash in the pan.

Will leads the Korn Ferry Tour in ball striking, scoring average, plus he’s on top of the season-long points list.

Charles Howell III – $9,700

Charles Howell III is going to be licking his chops this week in the Dominican Republic. Coming off a 30th-place at the US Open, Chucky Three Sticks made two birdies and an eagle – the entire week.

Descending upon a resort layout with four gettable par fives, look for the floodgates to open up.

Charles ranked 10th at Winged Foot in SG: Putting and should be able to eat up this Tom Fazio design.

Patrick Rodgers – $8,000

It’s only a matter of time until “P-Rodge” wins on the PGA Tour. The dude tied Tiger’s school-record of 11 victories at Stanford and is a lot more than just a bomber. In fact, Rodgers ranked 11th or better in all sorts of putting statistics last season.

Four rounds of par or better in Napa was just a tune-up for what should be a fruitful year. +5000 to win the tournament has me locked into Patrick in my Corales Puntacana Resort & Club betting preview.

Doug Ghim – $7,300

One of the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship sleepers you might want to take a look at.

There’s not a whole lot to get excited about simply looking at Doug Ghim’s game log, although his 14th-place finish recently at the Safeway Open is noteworthy.

Doug hits his irons well and is tremendous around the greens, meaning you want to target the former Longhorn at venues that have wide fairways.

Enter the 7,670-yard Corales Golf Course.

J.J. Spaun – $7,000

Spaun is a hot putter away from making some serious noise on page one of a leaderboard. A 9th-place finish at the Safeway Open was propelled by stellar ball-striking, but most should have seen this coming.

If you go back to the end of July and examine every golfer competing in Punta Cana, here’s what you’ll learn.

Spaun has hit more greens and gained more strokes from tee-to-green than anybody else.

Vincent Whaley – $6,900

Not everyone has memories of playing Augusta National. Even fewer can say they vomited while playing Redbud – the famous par-3 16th hole and the site of Tiger’s heroic chip-in.

Vincent Whaley can claim both.

If nothing else, rostering the Georgia Tech product as one of your Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship DFS picks should help set your lineup apart.

With that being said, Whaley is far from a punt at $6,900. He’s quietly strung together three straight performances of 37th or better – including 23rd the last time out in Napa.

My Lineup for GPPs

  • Will Zalatoris $10,900
  • Charles Howell III $9,700
  • Patrick Rodgers $8,000
  • Doug Ghim $7,300
  • J.J. Spaun $7,000
  • Vincent Whaley $6,900

The top of my Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship DFS lineup might appear chalky. However, I doubt a lot of people who play on DraftKings are paying much attention to Vincent Whaley.

Those who were burned by J.J. Spaun’s erratic play in 2020 are likely to steer clear of the 30-year-old Scottsdale resident.

If you’re interested in H2H matchups, or if you want to follow my golf picks in general – check out this page.

Michael Wynn
Michael Wynn

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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