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PGA Top DFS Plays: the Memorial

I’ve been a slump with my Top DFS Plays.

Another week without having the winner in my lineups, but I believe my process of gathering the correct information for my spreadsheet continues to be strong. Sooner or later, we’re going to have a big week.

This week the PGA Tour heads to the Memorial presented by Workday at Muirfield Village Golf Club (par 72, 7,569 yards).

This course is Jack Nicklaus’ baby. It is long and it is tough, just the way Jack likes it. Golfers will have to have solid control of all their clubs in their bag this week to bring home the trophy.

The event is also the last of the elevated events with a cut. Top 50 and ties from the 73 player field will be playing on the weekend.

Victor Hovland is the defending champion.

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Onto my Top DFS Plays for the Memorial presented by Workday:

10K & Above

Scottie Scheffler ($12,500)

When Scottie is the in the field, he’s going to be one of my Top DFS Plays with his high floor.

He ranks in the Top 10 on Tour in the 7 of the 11 categories I used this week. And he may not be the highest rostered golfer in the 10K range.

That honor appears to be going to Xander Schauffele ($10,900).

Fresh off his PGA Championship victory and $1,600 cheaper than Scheffler, I understand completely why his roster numbers will be in upper 30s. He’s second on my spreadsheet.

9K & Above

Ludvig Aberg ($9,500)

Aberg is joined by Colin Morikawa ($9,800), Justin Thomas ($9,200) and Hideki Matsuyama ($9,000) in my Top 10.

However, Aberg’s game is a little more complete or has lesser roster numbers than the others.

Morikawa is expected to be the highest rostered golfer of the 4, while Matsuyama (back) and Thomas (up-and-down game) have question marks.

8K & Above

Alex Noren ($8,100)

Noren could be chalky again like last week despite missing his first cut of the season at RBC Canadian Open.

Noren’s all-around game, however, makes him a strong play this week.

He’s Top 20 in six statistical categories for this event, ranking Top 10 in SG: Tee to green, SG: Around the green, sand saves, bogey avoidance and par-5 scoring.

7K & Above

Si Woo Kim ($7,700)

Si Woo’s course history at Muirfield is outstanding.

He has four straight Top 20 finishes at the Memorial, but he has struggled in his last two events, a T56 at the Charles Schwab Challenge and a missed cut at the PGA Championship.

However, Si Woo is in the Top 20 for this tournament in 8 out of 11 categories. His SG: Putting is the weakest part of his game.

Punt Plays

Akshay Bhatia ($6,900), Chris Kirk ($6,900) and Davis Thompson ($6,400) are the only golfers in the 6k range or less to make my Top 25 this week.

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