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PGA Top DFS Plays: Travelers Championship

It was an exciting ending for the U.S. Open, but not so much for my Top DFS Plays.

I struggled last week because of Scottie Scheffler. But I wasn’t the only one to struggle with Pinehurst No. 2 Course.

Rory McIlroy had a lead late and squandered it in the final round with three bogeys in his final four holes. Bryson DeChambeau put the title away with a 50-yard bunker chip to 4 feet to par the final hole and beat McIlroy by one.

This week the PGA Tour heads to the Northeast for the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands (par 70, 6,835 yards). This is the last elevated event of the season as the field of 71 golfers will be playing all four rounds.

Keegan Bradley is the defending champion.

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Onto my Top DFS Plays for the Travelers Championship:

10K & Above

Scottie Scheffler ($12,500)

Scheffler is not at the top of my spreadsheet this week as Xander Schauffele ($11,200) has that honor.

But we can excuse Scheffler’s performance last week on a course he had not seen or played on until last week (good job national media for not reporting this major factor).

Scheffler’s approach remains elite and he’s 11th in accuracy off the tee which should provide several chances for Scheffler to regain his recent putting form.

Ludvig Aberg ($10,200), along with Schauffele, are fine pivots off of Scheffler, who is expected to carry rostered numbers in the 30-to-40 percent range again.

9K & Above

Collin Morikawa ($9,800)

Morikawa continues to play stellar golf in the middle part of the season.

He finished T14 at the U.S. Open after shooting a 66 during Saturday’s third round.

Morikawa is accurate off the tee, has an above average approach game and has found a resurgence in his putter recently.

Hideki Matsuyama ($9,200) is only other 9K golfer in my Top 10 this week.

8K & Above

Russell Henley ($8,600)

Henley checks all the right boxes this week:

  • In good form? Check
  • TPC River Highlands’ layout perfect for his game? Check
  • Top 10 in my spreadsheet? Check

Henley’s strong approach game and putting should allow him making a run as one of my Top DFS Plays.

7K & Above

Si Woo Kim ($7,500)

In his last three elevated events, Si Woo has finished 18th or better.

He has only missed one cut this season, and even though he only has 1 Top 10, he has been a Top 30 machine.

His approach game and accuracy off the tee will need to carry him this week as his putter is his weak spot.

Punt Plays

Lucas Glover ($6,700) is the only 6K or less golfer to earn a spot in my Top 25, but Chris Kirk ($6,900) and up and coming Victor Perez ($6,500) are nice options with four rounds of golf this weekend.

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