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PGA Top DFS Plays: Charles Schwab Challenge

What a finish at the PGA Championship, but unfortunately for my Top DFS Plays, the major was a wash.

We found out Scottie Scheffler is actually human. He had a forgettable Friday morning where he was arrested from what appears to be a misunderstanding heading to the course.

Xander Schauffele finally got the monkey off his back and won a major title with a birdie on his final hole. He defeated Bryson DeChambeau by one stroke.

This week the PGA Tour pros head to Colonial Country Club (par 70, 7,209 yards) for the Charles Schwab Challenge.

Colonial had a major renovation right after the completion of last year’s event, and golf architect Gil Hanse oversaw the renovation, returning the course to its original look.

Emiliano Grillo is the defending champion. The winner has had a score of 10 under or less in the last two years.

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Onto my Top DFS Plays for the Charles Schwab Challenge:

10K & Above

Scottie Scheffler ($13,300)

Scheffler is hands down the best golfer in the field and it’s not even close. The next closest golfer to Scheffler in price is Collin Morikawa ($11,000).

Jordan Spieth ($10,600) and Max Homa ($10,400) round out the rest of the 10K golfers.

Scheffler’s all-around game makes him a perfect choice to start your lineup with but his roster numbers hover in mid- to upper 30 percent range.

Morikawa has the best course history as he has three Top 30s in the last four years.

9K & Above

Tom Hoge ($9,300)

The 9K range is pretty limited in upside plays in my opinion. Hoge is my best bet to be the top scorer in the group.

His SG: approach, greens in regulation and bogey avoidance are Top 20 in this field. Plus, he’s Top 3 in this field at approaches between 125-150 yards and 150-175 yards.

Si Woo Kim ($9,600) is my Top 10 on my spreadsheet, but his ugly course history is a concern.

8K & Above

Sepp Straka ($8,300)

My spreadsheet was not a fan of the 8K this week, and Straka is my best bet for my Top DFS Plays.

Straka is not long off the tee, but his driving accuracy and approach games are elite. Plus, he excels on tough golf courses.

Billy Horschel ($8,800) and Chris Kirk ($8,400) are the only other 8K golfers to make my Top 25.

7K & Above

Mark Hubbard ($7,700)

All Hubbard does is make cuts. Plus, he flirted early with a Top 5 finish at the PGA Championship.

But Hubbard has played in 13 tournaments this season and has made the cut in each of them.

He may not wow you with his final DFS numbers but his high floor makes him a great lineup filler.

Punt Plays

Nick Lashley ($6,800) is the only golfer in the 6K or less range who made my Top 10. However, Zach Johnson ($5,800) and Ryan Moore ($5,800) are part of six golfers who are priced 6K or less to squeeze into my Top 20.

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