PGA Tour Top DFS Plays: WM Phoenix Open - DFS Karma
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PGA Tour Top DFS Plays: WM Phoenix Open

What an eventful season so for the PGA Tour and my Top DFS Plays!

I had Wyndham Clark as one of my Upside plays in our members Discord, and what a round he played in the third and final round at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Clarks shot a course record of 60 on Saturday and then the storms pounded California.

The event was shortened and Clark took home the trophy.

Now let’s see if I can get the winner in more than a lineup or two this week from my Top DFS Plays.

The Tour hits the TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course (par 71, 7,261 yards) with its challenging back nine. The famed par-3, 16th hole highlights this week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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Onto PGA Tour Top DFS Plays for the Waste Management Phoenix Open:

10K & Above

Scottie Scheffler ($11,600) and Justin Thomas ($10,000)

Scheffler returns to Scottsdale looking for a third straight win, while Thomas seems to be rounding into top form again.

The scary part about Scheffler is he finally showing some consistent putting prowess in last week’s T6 finish at Pebble Beach. Now he returns to a course that is tailored for his strong approach play.

Thomas also finished T6 last week, but many believe he may have been the best bet to track down Clark if there was a fourth round. Thomas is the third best value in our Projections Portal.

9K and Above

Wyndham Clark ($9,000)

It may be recency bias but Clark comes in as the top golfer on my spreadsheet this week.

Rumors swirled that Clark was debating a jump to LIV, and with the LIV season underway, Clark may have been more relaxed last week with the rumors gone. His play during the third round reminded me how well he played last season when he won twice, including the U.S. Open.

He may be back to more consistent play (especially with his new AI-crafted putter) and Scottsdale may be another good spot for him.

8K and Above

Byeong Hun An ($8,800)

An finished T31 last week at Pebble Beach as it marked the first time he did not finish in the Top 10 in an event this season.

One of An’s top strength is his driver, and Pebble Beach limited him last week.

If he can keep it in the fairway with his length at Scottsdale, An can use his above average approach and deadly putting to make a run this weekend.

7K & Above

Akshay Bhatia ($7,800)

My spreadsheet continues to love Akshay.

His elite putting, accuracy off the tee and strong approach game will give him a chance to make a strong run despite his inaugural appearance in the WM Phoenix Open.

And he may be a sub-10 percent rostered golfer this weekend.

Punt Plays

Joseph Bramlett ($6,700) had a respectable showing at the Farmers Insurance Open, finishing T25. His stats are not flashy but he can make a long putt or two. Doug Ghim ($6,800), Grayson Murray ($6,600) and Sam Stevens ($6,600) all cracked the Top 25 on my spreadsheet.

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