We may not have had the winner last week at the Travelers Championship, but it was still a good week all in all with plenty of strong finishes for our boys.
This week, however, is daunting.
The Rocket Mortgage Classic has a field as you would expect for a tournament with the name it has. Seriously, this is a weak field, but from a fantasy perspective, that's not always a bad thing.
Bryson is the prohibitive favorite this week, and while form-wise it's hard to make a case against him, it is his fourth straight week of playing which gives the potential for a little bit of fatigue to set in.
Instead, from the top of the board, I'll be taking the arch-villain, Patrick Reed. The Texan has the ideal game for this course and looked sharp last week, gaining 4.5 strokes tee to green, which is more than he gained when he won this year in Mexico.
Course form is obviously limited as it's just the second time the course will host the event, but Reed's fifth-place finish here last year shows he's comfortable at the track and he'll kick off our selections this week at $10,500.
Next up are two men at nearly identical prices who can both putt lights out. The first player's name just rolls off the tongue - Christiaan Bezuidenhout -, while the second is Adam Hadwin.
Let me get to Hadwin first, who has made the cut at both events on the tour's return, and whose result at the Heritage would have been so much better but for a silly penalty. A penalty which was also totally worth it for the end of his exchange with the rules official...
This week is going to be a putting contest, with the winning score in the mid-20s, and Hadwin and Christiaan (Yeah, I went forename), are both great putters with the ability to get HOT on the greens. Both men rank in the top-25 for Strokes Gained: Putting over their last 36 rounds, and both are good ball strikers.
At $8,300 for Christiaan and $8,200 for Hadwin, we have two rock-solid core plays.
Rounding out the picks at $8,000 and above is another South African - Erik Van Rooyen, AKA, the coolest dresser on tour.
Van Rooyen is seventh in ball striking, and 11th for Strokes Gained: Total over his past 36 rounds, and in a weak field such as this, it could well be his breakthrough week on tour. Not to say he hasn't played well on the PGA Tour in the past, having finished third in the WGC-Mexico earlier this year.
$8,000 for a player such as Van Rooyen's capabilities in this field is a bargain.
My fifth recommendation for the week is a major champion and WGC champion who has become a meme on golf twitter thanks to his fantastic and extravagant blow-ups.
'Full Keegan' as the kids say on social media refers to when Keegan Bradley takes the first-round lead and misses the cut.
Though that's certainly happened in the past, Keegan is still a very talented player, and for $7,300 you are getting one of the best ball strikers in the field. Let's just pray he can make the odd putt.
For our final two recommendations, we have to descend into the wonderfully bizarre world of sub-7k golf DFS.
And first up is Chesson Hadley, who fancies himself as a bit of a Bradley Cooper.
*Warning: Do not watch the video below if you don't want your Tuesday ruined.*
I told you not to watch it.
Hadley is a winner on Tour and has a very good approach game, sitting 15th in this week's field for Strokes Gained: Approach. That level of ball striking should set up lots of birdie opportunities this week in Detroit, and a few putts made will equal a cut made and perhaps more.
We're stretching now, but at the same price as Hadley ($6,800), I'm liking Jason Dufner.
The enigmatic Duff-Daddy. You do not know what you are getting with him, but a multiple winner on tour and major winner has got to be respected in a field such as this.
He's also made seven cuts in a row. That's impressive for a sub-7k guy!
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7 Best Value Draftkings Picks:
Patrick Reed $10,500
Christiaan Bezuidenhout $8,300
Adam Hadwin $8,200
Erik van Rooyen $8,000
Keegan Bradley $7,300
Chesson Hadley $6,800
Jason Dufner $6,800