Winged Foot awaits us, and what is expected to be a brutal four-day last man standing affair. So get ready and expect to hear plenty of whinging from several tour pros. Allow me to take a moment as I think about that...
It's Tour Championship time which means the wonderfully crazy scoring system that was introduced last year. Here are the starting positions for this week's season finale, and the price of each player courtesy of DraftKings:
It's a big week on the PGA Tour, with a limited field of just 70 teeing it up in Chicago which means a no-cut event. No-cut events typically result in greater quality fields, and that is certainly the case this week.
It was back to winning ways for GolfHound last week at the Wyndham Championship, with all six of our players making the weekend and four of them notching top-25 finishes!
Brooks Koepka's ejection on Sunday at the PGA Championship was a bitter pill to swallow, but we're getting right back in the saddle for this week's Wyndham Championship where we're playing some horses for the course.
It's winning season at GolfHound! Justin Thomas got the W at TPC Southwind last week, and the rest of our DraftKings lineup did their jobs to make it a very profitable week.
Nearly all the big names have made their way to the WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational, and with a limited field and no-cut this week, I'm outlining my six-man DraftKings team that is going to make us some money this week.
We got 6 of 7 of our recommended players to the weekend at the Memorial and considering Dustin Johnson and others were shooting 106 in the first round it wasn't a bad week at all.
It was a mixed bag last week with a couple of our expensive guys letting down the squad, but now it's time for the Memorial Tournament and a STACKED field to sink our teeth into.
Well for as good as the first three weeks were for us, the Rocket Mortgage Classic was a bit of a dumpster fire. Moving on swiftly, it's time for the Workday Charity Open, the first of two consecutive upcoming events at Muirfield Village.
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.
It's likely all downhill from here as we take a trip over to TPC River Highlands for the Travelers Championship, where, worryingly, I'm more confident in my card for this week than I was at Harbour Town.
Five for seven last week and I'll certainly take that for the first event in over three months. As bad as Rickie and Webb were, Bubba (how I love that crazy guy), Ancer, Spieth, Finau and Zach all did the business - with four getting themselves top-25 finishes.
Golf is finally back, and with it, the unparalleled wacky world of golf DFS. While gamblers, fantasy players, and golf fans will all be rejoicing, it's fair to say golf writers will be doing just the same.