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DFS Picks for the 2020 DP World Tour Championship
Just because there’s no PGA Tour event on the docket this week doesn’t mean fantasy golf goes out the window. DraftKings has loaded up their GPP lobby with a handful of tournaments surrounding the action in Dubai.
Here’s a glimpse at my top DP World Tour Championship DFS picks.
Tyrrell Hatton – $11,200
$11,200 is a lot to cough up for one individual, but I advise you to make some concessions if it means having enough funds to roster Tyrrell Hatton. Some particulars about why I like Hatton so much this week can be found in my DP World Tour Championship betting preview.
The cliff notes are that Tyrrell has a great track record at the Earth Course and arrives in Dubai on the heels of a flurry of good finishes (1st at the BMW PGA Championship, T3 at the Zozo Championship, T7 at the Houston Open).
Thomas Pieters – $8,900
I’m sensing that Thomas Pieters is close to putting it all together after his top-25 showing at Jumeirah Golf Estates. Although last week’s event was held on the sister course on the property (Fire Course), have solace knowing that the long-hitting Belgian loves this layout.
Pieters finished 6th at the 2019 DP World Tour Championship after placing 12th the year before. Just like this week, both of those events took place on the Earth Course.
Thomas Detry – $8,200
Here’s another one of my best DFS picks for the DP World Tour Championship, who happens to be a Belgian golfer named Thomas who starred at the University of Illinois.
After registering a 10th and 4th in the two tournaments in Cyprus, Thomas took a mini-break before resuming this past week. Shooting 12-under-par at the Golf in Dubai Championship means any rust was knocked off just in time for the final event of the Rolex Series.
Dean Burmester – $7,600
Considering Dean Burmester has finished 4th in each of his previous two appearances at the DP World Tour Championship (2017, 2018), it’s safe to say that 31-year-old South African has an affinity for this track.
Being a horse for the course is one reason to like Dean in Dubai, but there are more “positives” in the works. Burmester is one of my DP World Tour Championship sleepers thanks to producing two tops fives in his last four starts. Also, T18 at the Joburg Open.
Jamie Donaldson – $7,400
One of the three men to beat Burmester last week in Sun City was this man. Frankly, I’m a bit perplexed the golfer who secured the winning point at the 2014 Ryder Cup is priced down at $7,400. Rather than question why I say plug him in as one of your DP World Tour Championship DFS picks.
Donaldson has not only won in the Middle East before, but he saunters into Jumeirah Golf Estates scorching with momentum.
2nd last week at the South African Open if one of his four top-10s since September.
Jazz Janewattananond – $6,600
Just 25-years-old and relatively unknown, expect Jazz Janewattananond to be overlooked on DraftKings. Nevertheless, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel if you study Jazz’s game log closely.
A T3 at the Irish Open was followed by back-to-back MCs, but it appears that Janewattananond is slowly but surely on the mend.
- 60th at the Zozo Championship
- 51st at the Masters
- 37th at the Golf in Dubai Championship
Here’s an accomplished player (currently ranked 79th in the world) who’s headed in the right direction over his last three starts. Plus, nabbing Jazz as one of your DFS picks for the DP World Tour Championship gives your lineup a great chance of being unique.
My 2020 DP World Tour Championship DFS Lineup for GPPs
- Tyrrell Hatton $11,200
- Thomas Pieters $8,900
- Thomas Detry $8,200
- Dean Burmester $7,600
- Jamie Donaldson $7,400
- Jazz Janewattananond $6,600
Locking in these DP World Tour Championship DFS picks could very well lead to a sweat Sunday. Those of you who want to get some more money down on golf this weekend, don’t forget about the QBE Shootout.