PGA Tour DFS, CareerBuilder Challenge: Best DraftKings, FanDuel daily fantasy golf picks
SportsLine's Mike McClure, a DFS pro with more than $1M in winnings, gives optimal lineup advice
Before you set your PGA Tour DFS lineups on DraftKings or FanDuel for the 2018 CareerBuilder Challenge, you need to hear what Mike McClure has to say.
Now he has set his sights on the PGA Tour and has revealed his optimal DFS lineup for the 2018 CareerBuilder Challenge in La Quinta, California.
One huge name McClure is all over at the CareerBuilder Challenge: Jon Rahm, who is currently third in the Official World Golf Rankings. Rahm is an almost sure-fire bet to be near the top of the leaderboard come Sunday.
Rahm, who is the highest-ranked player in this week's field, is coming off a second-place finish at the Tournament of Champions earlier this month. He is the most expensive player on DraftKings this week, but you can afford him if you follow McClure's roster-building strategy.
One value pick that McClure has in his lineup that will give you much-needed salary relief: Austin Cook. For just $8,700 on DraftKings and $9,800 on FanDuel, you get a player who has made the cut in all six of his starts this season. He has also finished 25th or better in five of those six starts, including a win at the RSM Classic earlier this season. He's under-priced and a must-roster.
McClure is also targeting multiple value picks you might not even be thinking about that will allow you to build a loaded roster with huge potential this weekend.
So what CareerBuilder Challenge lineup should you enter on DraftKings or FanDuel? And what player on a heater will be the key to victory in DFS? Visit SportsLine now to see the complete optimal tournament lineups for FanDuel and DraftKings, all from the man who has made over $1 million playing DFS, and find out.
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