BMW Championship 2017: Best daily fantasy golf picks for DraftKings, FanDuel
DFS millionaire gives optimal DraftKings lineup for the 2017 BMW Championship
If you're entering a daily fantasy golf contest on DraftKings or FanDuel for this week's BMW Championship, you have to hear what Mike McClure has to say.
He's a professional DFS player with over $1 million in career winnings and he has been on a hot streak building rosters during the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
Four of his selections finished in the top 10 at the Northern Trust, and all six of his picks made the cut at the Dell Technologies Championship, including four inside the top 20. Anyone who entered his lineups made the money with plenty of room to spare.
One huge name McClure is all over at the BMW Championship: Justin Thomas, one of the hottest golfers on tour after winning the PGA Championship and Dell Technologies Championship. Thomas comes at a price of $10,300 on DraftKings. He represents significant value since he's only the fifth most expensive player.
One bargain pick that McClure has in his lineup for salary relief: Mackenzie Hughes. For just $6,900, you get a player coming off a top-15 finish in the Dell Championship who is also No. 9 on tour in strokes gained putting. That'll be a critical metric at the Conway Farms Golf Club and means plenty of points for your DFS lineup.
McClure also loves a near min-priced player who racks up birdies, making him a valuable play in this no-cut tournament. You'll need him on your roster to have enough salary to cash in this week.
So what BMW Championship lineup should you enter on FanDuel or DraftKings? And what overlooked bargain golfer is a must-play this week? Visit SportsLine now to see the full DraftKings lineup from the man who's made over $1 million playing DFS and find out.
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