Tour Championship 2017 DFS: Best daily fantasy golf picks for DraftKings, FanDuel
DFS millionaire gives optimal DraftKings lineup for the 2017 Tour Championship
For the Tour Championship, the finale of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, DraftKings is running a $333,000 Dogleg with a $50,000 top prize. And FanDuel is holding a $75,000 PGA Eagle with a $15,000 top payout.
If you're entering a daily fantasy golf contest on DraftKings or FanDuel for this week's Tour Championship, you need to hear what Mike "Money" McClure has to say.
He's a professional DFS player with over $1 million in career winnings and has already built rosters that have cashed with ease 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.
One huge name McClure is all over at the Tour Championship: Jordan Spieth, who has finished seventh or better in all three playoff events. Spieth is the most expensive player on DraftKings this week, but you can afford him if you follow McClure's roster-building strategy.
One bargain pick that McClure has in his lineup that will give you needed salary relief: Gary Woodland. For just $6,400, you get a player with three top-30 finishes in his past four events. Woodland is a great value for no-cut events and McClure wouldn't be surprised to see him in the top 10 of the Tour Championship after the first round. That means big points for your DFS lineup.
McClure also loves a mid-priced player who racks up birdies, making him even more valuable than normal in this no-cut tournament. You'll need him in your lineup in order to roster the big guns.
So what Tour Championship lineup should you enter on FanDuel or DraftKings? And what high-priced player who racks up birdie after birdie will be the key to victory in DFS? Visit SportsLine now to see the full DraftKings lineup from the man who has made over $1 million playing DFS and find out.
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