Top DFS Picks for the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba
Viktor Hovland won this tournament last year and will be seeking to become the first-ever repeat winner since this began in 2007. Hovland will have his work cut for him with a crowded field. There are over 120 golfers ready to hear their names announced as the winner of the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship.
This tournament has a stacked group of favorites that have combined to win 11 Ryder Cups and 12 major champions. Those of you that enjoy the game of risk, you have come to the right place.
It is time to take your best shot in DFS for the winning team on DraftKings. Here are my top DFS picks for the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba.
Best DFS Golf Picks for the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba
One of the top storylines in this tournament will be hometown favorite Abraham Ancer attempting to take home the trophy after winning his first tournament in August.
The past eight winners have shot at least 17-under, with five of the winners at 20-under or better.
Matthew Wolff ($9,200)
We saw Wolff shoot a 3-under 68 earlier in early October, which was good enough to finish runner-up behind Sungjae Im. The former Oklahoma State Cowboy is inside the top 10 of the Comcast Business Rewards and would love to continue building points.
He has been able to fight through a struggling year by being No. 31 on the OWGR.
Patrick Reed ($9,500)
The momentum Reed heads into Mexico with could be enough to carry him to one of his best performances in a while. Reed has one major in his career (2018 Masters) but has won nine events on the PGA Tour. He nearly won this past weekend, finishing runner-up to Lucas Herbert despite shooting 14-under par.
The most recent victory was in January of 2021 in the Farmers Insurance Open. He has had prior success in Mexico, winning the 2020 WGC-Mexico Championship over Bryson DeChambeau. While Reed is expensive, he is one of the top dozen favorites to win this tournament.
Russell Henley ($8,200)
Henley is overdue for success, having not won an event in the PGA Tour since 2017. October was a solid month, recently tying for 25th at the CJ Cup @ Summit shooting 17-under. That was ahead of Brooks Kopeka, Tony Finau, and Dustin Johnson.
Before that October 14-17 tournament, he finished tied for 21st in his recent at the Shriners Children’s Open.
Top DFS Sleepers for the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba
There are plenty of sleepers that could surprise folks. Many could end up winning this tournament, or at least placing in the top 20. Here are my top choices to keep in mind when setting your lineup.
Danny Lee ($6,900)
We saw Lee post an outstanding, where he nearly won the Butterfield Bermuda Championship.
It would have been his second career victory on the PGA Tour, but there was plenty of positivity to take away from the weekend. Despite shooting an even-par 71, Lee could be one of the top longshots to aim at selecting.
Carlos Ortiz ($7,600)
Ortiz recently missed the cut in the ZOZO Championship, but he was coming off consecutive Top 50 finishes. He ended up tying for 25th at the CJ Cup @ Summit and was right there with some of the better names on tour.
My DraftKings DFS Lineup for Guaranteed Prize Pools
- Danny Lee — $6,900
- Matthew Wolff — $9,200
- Carlos Ortiz — $7,600
- Rickie Fowler — $8,600
- Russell Henley — $8,200
- Patrick Reed — $9,500
The winning picks will hopefully bring home some money in your DFS lineups. This lineup on DraftKings fits the $50,000 salary per team on the dot.
There is no money remaining, and this lineup features some of the top golfers in the world, with a few sleepers that can surprise the field. Best of luck, and be sure to check back for all of your latest Top PGA betting picks.