PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – PGATour.com Fantasy Golf

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – PGATour.com Fantasy Golf

Our last week in Pgatour.com fantasy was almost spot on thanks to Brooks Koepka. We finished high and we are aiming for the stars once more.

So to make a long story short. The most important stats this week are: All Around Ranking, Distance, Par 5 Scoring and more proximity to hole than GIR, due to the size of the greens. With that being said, the Greens at Torrey Pines are Poa Annua and are pretty tricky to putt on later in the day because of all the bumps that accumulate. So elite putters seem to play well here too. Guys like Brandt Sneaker and Aaron Baddeley play well here. Top Putters. However, even the short putts get missed here, so sometimes that ‘s in favour of bad putters because others will be missing putts they were going to miss anyway.

A little run down on the course or courses.

This tournament is played over 2 courses, Torrey Pines North and Torrey Pines South.

  • Torrey Pines (South) is a 7,698 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.
  • Torrey Pines (North) is a 7,052 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.

Of these two courses, Torrey Pines South is the only course played on Saturday and Sunday. As you can see above, it’s the much longer of the two courses, so it is a must that a player take advantage on the short North course.

Now onto our picks for are Pgatour.com Fantasy TEAMS!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rickie Fowler – He has great course history here and I think last week was just a warm up from a break. He’ll be back playing golf like he was at the end of last season. He won’t string together 2 crappy performances in a row.

Jason Day – One of the best in the world and he loves it here. Two top 10’s in his last two and hopefully injury free for the first time in awhile. Australians can putt and he is no different.

Hideki Matsuyama – Has played here once and finished 16th. He fits the criteria I’m looking for on this course and he’s coming in off a hot 2nd at the Phoenix Open.

Graham Delaet – He has 2 top 10’s here in his last two trips and he’s coming in off a nice finish at he Phoenix. Very Dangerous and could finally win on tour. Deadly with his irons.

Hope you all enjoyed this little tiny piece. Go check out more in depth write ups on players we like on our golf picks page. Our DraftKIngs Tiered picks is where it’s at.

Have a most excellent day!

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – Golf Channel Fantasy Picks

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – Golf Channel Fantasy Picks

Our last week in Golf Channel Fantasy were mixed We were lights out in the european tour event, but crappy in the PGA. Overall,  Nothing to write home about but not terrible either. This week, it’s different. We’re going to win.

So to make a long story short. The most important stats this week are: All Around Ranking, Distance, Par 5 Scoring and more proximity to hole than GIR, due to the size of the greens. With that being said, the Greens at Torrey Pines are Poa Annua and are pretty tricky to putt on later in the day because of all the bumps that accumulate. So elite putters seem to play well here too. Guys like Brandt Sneaker and Aaron Baddeley play well here. Top Putters. However, even the short putts get missed here, so sometimes that ‘s in favour of bad putters because others will be missing putts they were going to miss anyway.

A little run down on the course or courses.

This tournament is played over 2 courses, Torrey Pines North and Torrey Pines South.

  • Torrey Pines (South) is a 7,698 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.
  • Torrey Pines (North) is a 7,052 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.

Of these two courses, Torrey Pines South is the only course played on Saturday and Sunday. As you can see above, it’s the much longer of the two courses, so it is a must that a player take advantage on the short North course.

Now onto our picks for are Golf Channel Fantasy TEAMS!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rickie Fowler – He has great course history here and I think last week was just a warm up from a break. He’ll be back playing golf like he was at the end of last season. He won’t string together 2 crappy performances in a row.

Justin Thomas – He’s just playing too well right now not to take him. He’s finished 10th here and there’s no reason to think he can’t win. This years Spieth.

Brendan Steele – He disappointed some last week by finishing 26th, but that just means, people will lay off here. He has a good track record over this course. he’s playing pretty well coming in and fits most of the criteria needed to excel on this track.

Aaron Baddeley – Solid track record here and seems to be playing some good golf in the past months. A great putter that knows how to get by on these tough greens.

Hope you enjoyed these most awesome and sweet Golf Channel Fantasy Picks. Go check out our DraftKings Tiered picks with some more in depth analysis of players this week.

Toodles!

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – Yahoo Fantasy Golf

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – Yahoo Fantasy Golf

Our last week in Yahoo Fantasy was ho hum. Nothing to write home about but not terrible either. We haven’t had a lights out week yet, but I feel that one is coming soon. Very soon. Like now.

So to make a long story short. The most important stats this week are: All Around Ranking, Distance, Par 5 Scoring and more proximity to hole than GIR, due to the size of the greens. With that being said, the Greens at Torrey Pines are Poa Annua and are pretty tricky to putt on later in the day because of all the bumps that accumulate. So elite putters seem to play well here too. Guys like Brandt Sneaker and Aaron Baddeley play well here. Top Putters. However, even the short putts get missed here, so sometimes that ‘s in favour of bad putters because others will be missing putts they were going to miss anyway.

A little run down on the course or courses.

This tournament is played over 2 courses, Torrey Pines North and Torrey Pines South.

  • Torrey Pines (South) is a 7,698 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.
  • Torrey Pines (North) is a 7,052 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.

Of these two courses, Torrey Pines South is the only course played on Saturday and Sunday. As you can see above, it’s the much longer of the two courses, so it is a must that a player take advantage on the short North course.

Now onto our picks for are YAHOO FANTASY GOLF TEAMS!!!!!!!!!!!!

Group A

Brooks Koepka – Starter – Fresh off a win, he has all the stat categories needed to win over this course and he’s hell of a putter. He can win back to back. Not much else in Group A to get excited about. He’s on my squad.

Seung Yul Noh – Hits most of the criteria I’m looking for. He’s made all three cuts at the course, including a 10th. In decent form.

Group B

Brandt Snedeker – Starter – Has great history and in this format, why not take him here. I can always sub in Fowler.

Graham Delaet – Starter – Played well last week and loves Torrey Pines. Top 10’s here in his last 2. Fits all 5 criteria.

Rickie Fowler – He can win any week and I think he will this week. Everyone is down on him after last week and his missed cut here last year. Before that, he murdered this course.

Hideki Matsuyama – I haven’t used him yet, so I thought why not here. He’s playing well and has all the criteria I’m looking for in a Torrey Pines player. Was 16th here last year.

Group C

Justin Thomas – Starter – I’m jumping on board the Thomas train. So hot right now and was 10th here last year.

Keegan Bradley – Can easily win here. Makes cuts and there wasn’t much else I liked in this group.

 

That’s it for my Yahoo Golf Fantasy Report. I’ll update as I make changes. Time for breakfast. Man am I up early. The things I do for you people. Sheesh.

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – DraftKings Tiered Picks – Daily Fantasy Golf

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – DraftKings Tiered Picks – Daily Fantasy Golf

Did everyone win money last week? I’m currently bathing in some $100 bills at the moment. Our picks last week were pretty spot on. Yes, I’m tooting my own horn. Why? Because I’m an asshole. I was on my way to winning the 75k at Draftkings until Martin Laird, whom was brilliant all week, decided to three putt and then shank one into the water on his last two holes. I ended up finishing in third. How did this happen? It’s because I got cocky. I declared victory and then the gods of fantasy threw a lighting bolt down from space and put me in my rightful place. I could blame Martin Laird, but I really have no one to blame but myself. Lesson learned…… for the 500th time. Maybe this time I’ll listen. Maybe it will be this week, but probably not.

Do you know what also might happen this week, but probably not? Tiger Woods making the cut. We are in Tigers House, at Torrey Pines, and I still don’t think he has a shot in hell. His swing is fucked and it’s getting into his head. He’s second guessing himself and it’s something he’s never had to deal with before. This is Torrey Pines and it isn’t easy. At least the South course isn’t. As always, I’m going to copy and paste some information from previous posts in here to save me some time, so if you’ve already read and are mad that I’m doing it, well, too fucking bad.

COPY AND PASTE BEGIN

This tournament is played over 2 courses, Torrey Pines North and Torrey Pines South.

  • Torrey Pines (South) is a 7,698 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.
  • Torrey Pines (North) is a 7,052 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.

Of these two courses, Torrey Pines South is the only course played on Saturday and Sunday. As you can see above, it’s the much longer of the two courses, so it is a must that a player take advantage on the short North course. The statistic that matters most is GIR and proximity to hole. These courses have poa annua greens and get bumpier throughout the day. This means, no putt is safe, no matter how far you are away from the hole.  It’s not known if you can be a bad putter and still play well here, but in theory, even the best putters will be missing some short ones, so it’s possible that could be an advantage for those that are flat stick challenged.

Another stat that should be looked at is Par 5 scoring, which means, length is needed. Some of the big hitters that have done well here in the past have all taken advantage of the par 5’s. It’s not a necessity, but it does help. This brings us to the next stat, all around ranking. This is a cumulative of all parts of your game. Based on players that continuously play well at Torrey Pines, their all around ranking is Top 60 or better.

So for the purposes of this picks preview for the Farmers Insurance Open 2015, we are going to look for players that fit into the TOP 60 in all of these categories: AAR, GIR, Proximity To Hole, Par 5 Scoring, and Driving Distance. However, it is a must that they be in the top 60 for All Around Ranking.

COPY AND PASTE OVER

Man, all that copying and pasting made me really tired. Can someone bring me over some cobbler and ice cream? We can be best friends. It’s a great trade. Seriously, it is.

Now back to golf and Torrey Pines and The PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 (SEO). I think, and yes, this is my opinion, that there will be tons of cut carnage this week. Why? When looking at past history, there’s just not a ton of names that have been consistent, and the ones that have been, might not be trustworthy at the moment. Do you trust Nick Watney? He’s missed 3 of his last 4 cuts. Do you trust Phil Mickelson? Not so much. Luke Donald? He’s a shadow of his former self.

Usually my lists are long, but this week, it’s going to be much shorter. I’m going to have many top salary golfers on here, but I may not be able to roster them because I’m not so sure about any of the guys in the sub 6000 range. I’m leaning to be conservative this week. I will have some cheap guys but I may not take them come ticket time. But I’ll put them down here anyway. I got all serious there. I need to meditate now.

TIER 1

Jordan Spieth – He wasn’t in contention last week, but then pulled an Adam Scott Top 10 finish by sneaking up on the last day. He doesn’t fit the criteria for what I’m looking for, but he has intangibles that very few have. He’s one of the better putters around, has shot making ability, a scrambler extraordinaire and it seems like he never strings 2 bad rounds in a row. If you pay of him here, then he must finish in the top 3 spots to pay off, in my opinion. But who am i? Answer. I’m from Toronto and I’m an introvert who likes movies. Just like you.

Jason Day – He’s one of the best in the world, but doesn’t fit all of our criteria. He’s just outside on proximity to hole, ranked 62nd and he’s nowhere close on GIR. So when he sticks it close here, he makes them as he’s one of the better putters on tour. That’s why his last 2 trips were a 2nd and 9th.

Jimmy Walker – He’s as hot as anyone right now and can win any week. He fits into all 5 of our critteria categories and he’s a top putter on top of that. In his last 4 years here, he missed the cut, finished 4th, 8th, and 29th. Decisions Decisions!

TIER 2

Justin Rose – He fits all 5 criteria categories like Walker, but hasn’t had the same type of history.No top 10’s in 5 tries but he hasn’t been here in 3 years. However, he’s a much different golfer now. Do I have the balls to play against him?

Hideki Matsuyama – Could have easily won last week, but didn’t get the rolls at the end. He’s becoming more consistent and that’s encouraging. He fits 4 of the 5 criteria and was 16th in his first try here, which is also a bonus. You can’t go wrong with him, or at least, if he sucked, I could handle the pain.

Rickie Fowler – If he played well last week, would he be 15,000 bucks? Are we getting him at a discount here? He missed the cut last year, but he’s also been 6th, 13th, 20th and 5th. Last week was his first tournament back from a break, I think I’m going all in on this discounted star. I think I just convinced myself.

TIER 3

Brandt Snedeker– Next to Tiger Woods, he has the best record on this golf course. The question is, has he found the consistent form that made him one of the better players in the world, or are you taking a giant risk by paying up for his record. He putts the shit out of these greens. I will take a sliver on him.

Graham Delaet – He fits all 5 of my criteria and in his last 2 years, he’s been 2nd and 9th. He played well last week which is encouraging but injuries on course always scare me with him. I’ll have him, but just in case, only a little because i’ll throw the tv out the window if he withdraws in round 1 after 4 holes with a back injury, or neck, or whatever is the injury of the day.

Brooks Koepka – Yes he is good. Yes he can win back to back. He fits the criteria of a guy that can win here and he gets birdies, which is always fun. Even though he can win here, the one thing that scares me is the let down week. It was his first win and there will be more and he knows it, so will he be rejoicing his week and forget to practice as much? I’m throwing that out there. It happens sometimes.

TIER 4

Bill Haas – He made the cut last week then stunk like a pile of poo. He has a consistent history here and he’s a guy that should be able to bounce back, unless something was wrong. I’ll look into him more and update. I doubt many will be on him this week, which is a bonus if you take him.

Gary Woodland – After the missed cut, everyone might be off the Woodland train. So this is where you can take advantage. Playing in the afternoon on Friday last week was a clusterfuck and I think you can throw out his score. He has the game to play well at Torrey Pines and finished 10th here last year. He’s also made all 5 of his cuts here. Not too many in the field can say that. Love them, when others hate them – Warren Buffet. He said something like that.

Justin Thomas – He’s just so hot right now. I’ve stayed away from him and now I’m saying take him? My brother thinks he’s this years Spieth. I’m beginning to believe. He finished 10th here last year and there’s no reason to believe that he can’t win this one. Are we buying high?

Marc Leishman – He fits 4 of my 5 criteria and has an excellent track record here. He’s been 2nd, cut, 52nd, 9th, 2nd, 26th. So why am i hesitating? Since mid August of 2014 until now, nothing about his form excites me. I won’t knock you for taking him, but this may be a guy to play against because I think he’ll be very highly owned.

TIER 5

Billy Horschel – I made a wager on one of the many betting sites at long odds that Billy Horschel would win the US Open this year. I think he’s that type of player. Hits it pretty long, solid greens in regulation kinda guy. He hits 4 of my 5 criteria and in his last 2 trips here, he’s been 23rd and 39th.  His missed cuts were from his first 2 seasons, so i’m tossing them. He hasn’t been lights out lately, but i like his consistency and his price has come back to earth.

Keegan Bradley – He has 3 top 25’s in 4 tries over this course. He’s a Ryder Cup player sitting right at the average price. He finished 17th last week but was never really involved after day 1. He rarely misses cuts that aren’t the Majors or the TPC, so I think you must consider him a little bit of a deal, with upside.

TIER 6

Brendan Steele – Last weeks darling pick that was 30% owned everywhere. I stayed away. I was indifferent to his 26th. However, I’m sure many were disappointed. Here’s a guy that hits three of my 5 criteria but is just on the outskirts of the other 2, plus he has 3 top 28’s in 4 tries here. He has pretty good form, cut making form and he’s below the average price. He has upside.

Paul Casey – Of all the guys on my criteria list that really just missed all 5 of my criteria, Paul Casey was the most interesting. He only hit 3 but was so close to all 5. 65th’s in GIR and distance. He played here a long time ago and was 22nd. He also made the cut at the US Open at Torrey Pines. He missed the cut at the Humana by a stroke but before that he was playing some decent golf. A consideration.

Pat Perez – He’s been making cuts and that’s why you would take him here. He has a long history here, with mixed results, but many of his missed cuts were earlier in his career. I might sprinkle him.

TIER 7

Charles Howell 3 – His shitty last day cost me the 75k at Draftkings, yet i’m still putting him on this list. I hold no grudges. He makes cuts and he does the same thing here. He has 5 top 10’s here and has never missed the cut. It’s his recent form that’s scary. He’s trending the wrong way and when he has made the cut, he’s been mediocre at best, and mostly awful after that. But at 6900, it’s tough to resist.

Seung Yul Noh – I took him last week and he made the cut, but didn’t do much else. He hit 3 of my 5 criteria and was just on the outside of the other 2. He’s made the cut 3 out of 3 times here, with a 10th and two 27th’s. His 2nd round at the Phoenix was in the afternoon and he shot a 75, but still made the cut. He took a triple bogey on a hole then bounced back. If he played the morning, he might have shot a 70. I’m hypothesizing now, and if he did, he would have finished around 15th spot. So if you look at his last 3 tournaments, one being a missed cut, the other being an 11th, he might not be in bad form. It might be half decent.

Aaron Baddeley – I can’t believe he made this list. He’s had a decent history at Torrey Pines because he can just flat out putt on these greens.  It’s the other part of his game that scare me. He showed up and played well last week, does that mean he can do it two weeks in a row? I’m struggling to find cheap players. He must be considered.  Since the fall season, his form has probably been his best in a very long long time.

Eric Compton – He’s made 2 of 3 cuts here with a 15th and 19th. It’s his putter that helps him here, however, his other categories scare me. But his history, in small sample, says if his other parts don’t suck the big one, he can play well here.

TIER 8

Ryo Ishikawa – 7th, missed cut and 13th. Now, do you trust him? He’s missed his first 2 cuts of the year. But again, it’s hard to find cheap guys this week, in my opinion. Do you trust him? He’s a snappy dresser.

TIER 9

Jhonny Vegas – Yes, I always have Johnny Vegas on my lists. He’s dirt cheap. And if I want an expensive guy, I’ll have to take a flier on a really cheap guy. Why Jhonny again? He hits it long, he scores on par 5’s and is fairly accurate off the tee for a guy his length. His proximity to the hole is terrible but tee to green, he’s pretty good. Yes, the greens are smaller here, so his GIR might not be so great, but he’s made 3 of 4 cuts here and finished 3rd once. I just want him to make the cut. That’s all I ask.

That took forever. It’s late and I  must go to bed. i’ll end this tomorrow with some deep thought that will just annoy you.

I forgot to post after I fell asleep. Geez!

I’ll be back to make updates on this post as I always change my mind

Good Luck All!

PGA Farmers Insurance Open – Victiv.com – Daily Fantasy Golf Tickets

PGA Farmers Insurance Open – Victiv.com – Daily Fantasy Golf Tickets

Last week, I tried out a new daily fantasy site called VICTIV for daily fantasy golf. Their format was slightly different from the norm and it was a refreshing take. First, you take 7 guys and it only records your 5 best scores. So you have strategy involved by going stars and scrubs or middle of the road. The other difference is that your place in the field doesn’t matter, it’s all points based on birdies, pars and bogeys etc. There are also no bonuses for bogey free rounds and such. You always know where you stand. It’s simple but effective. I’m hoping that golf becomes their forte and they challenge DraftKings for golf supremacy soon, by offering big dollar tournaments. In only their 3rd week, they are offering a 3k $27 entry tournament and that’s very encouraging.

I’ve spoken to one of their founders back in September and he’s a very smart guy. He’s the former CIO for Wolphram Alpha’s Wolfram Solutions, the brains behind Siri. He’s no dummy. He also loves golf and has an interesting blog about his love, however, I’m unorganized and can’t find the link. Wait, i might have it in my reddit account. I just typed out loud, sorry. It was there! www.rotoquant.com Take a look at his early 2014 posts, if I remember correctly. Interesting guy.

Last week I signed up and played against their computer (The Victron) for free, in an attempt to win $5 and I did. PLAY DAILY FANTASY GOLF AT VICTIV! CLICK HERE!

But I know you didn’t come here to hear about this guy, you came for my picks. These are my preliminary picks and they’ll probably change. But right now, I’m pretty content with them.

Here are my picks. If you read my picks preview, you’ll notice I went with guys that fit the criteria of top 60 in All Around Ranking, Distance, Par 5 Scoring, GIR and Proximity to Hole.

Marc Leishman – fits 4 of the 5 categories and has great history at course.

Brandt Snedeker – In this format, he’s worth the risk. His form is so so at the monet but he did finish strong last week. He has great history here because he can putt on the Poa Annua greens. Not many can.

Kevin Chappell – fits 4 of the 5 categories and has a decent history here, plus he played well last week.

Seung Yul Noh – fits 3 of the 5 categories but barely misses in 2 of them. Solid history here.

Justin Thomas – Is he reminding you of Jordan Spieth. He’s hot and has finished 10th here before.

Paul Casey – fits 3 of 5 but barely misses out on the other two. BARELY!

Graham Dalaet – He’s in all 5 categories. Played great last week. This may be his week.

So we’re using a combination of the stats, some history and some hotness.

Good Luck All and Try Victiv! It’s fun!

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PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – Golf Betting Odds – BoDog

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – Golf Betting Odds – BoDog

It’s time for some golf odds for the the PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015, brought to you by the lovely people at Paddy Power!

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This tournament is played over 2 courses, Torrey Pines North and Torrey Pines South.

  • Torrey Pines (South) is a 7,698 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.
  • Torrey Pines (North) is a 7,052 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.

Of these two courses, Torrey Pines South is the only course played on Saturday and Sunday. As you can see above, it’s the much longer of the two courses, so it is a must that a player take advantage on the short North course.

6:00a
Jimmy Walker
12/1
 
Jordan Spieth
12/1
 
Jason Day
14/1
 
Hideki Matsuyama
20/1
 
Justin Rose
22/1
 
Brandt Snedeker
25/1
 
Graham Delaet
25/1
 
Rickie Fowler
25/1
 
Bill Haas
28/1
 
Brooks Koepka
28/1
 
Phil Mickelson
28/1
 
Dustin Johnson
33/1
 
Justin Thomas
33/1
 
Tiger Woods
33/1
 
Chris Kirk
40/1
 
Gary Woodland
40/1
 
Hunter Mahan
40/1
 
Marc Leishman
40/1
 
Billy Horschel
45/1
 
Keegan Bradley
45/1
 
Charley Hoffman
50/1
 
Harris English
50/1
 
Martin Laird
50/1
 
Brendan Steele
55/1
 
Ian Poulter
66/1
 
K.J. Choi
66/1
 
Nick Watney
66/1
 
Scott Piercy
66/1
 
Jamie Donaldson
75/1
 
Pat Perez
75/1
 
Paul Casey
75/1
 
Russell Knox
75/1
 
Kevin Chappell
80/1
 
Luke Donald
80/1
 
Seung-yul Noh
80/1
 
Shane Lowry
80/1
 
Ben Martin
90/1
 
Charles Howell III
90/1
 
Fredrik Jacobson
90/1
 
John Senden
90/1
 
Rory Sabbatini
90/1
 
Angel Cabrera
100/1
 
Brendon De Jonge
100/1
 
Brian Stuard
100/1
 
Sang-Moon Bae
100/1
 
Scott Stallings
100/1
 
Tony Finau
100/1
 
Aaron Baddeley
125/1
 
Brian Harman
125/1
 
Cameron Tringale
125/1
 
Daniel Berger
125/1
 
Erik Compton
125/1
 
John Peterson
125/1
 
Ryo Ishikawa
125/1
 
Andrew Svoboda
150/1
 
Camilo Villegas
150/1
 
Colt Knost
150/1
 
David Toms
150/1
 
Hudson Swafford
150/1
 
J.B. Holmes
150/1
 
Jonas Blixt
150/1
 
Michael Putnam
150/1
 
Morgan Hoffman
150/1
 
Scott Pinckney
150/1
 
Sung Joon Park
150/1
 
David Lingmerth
175/1
 
Max Homa
175/1
 
Robert Garrigus
175/1
 
Stewart Cink
175/1
 
Zac Blair
175/1
 
Alex Cejka
200/1
 
Ben Crane
200/1
 
Blayne Barber
200/1
 
Brian Davis
200/1
 
Bryce Molder
200/1
 
Cameron Smith
200/1
 
Carl Pettersson
200/1
 
Chad Campbell
200/1
 
Chad Collins
200/1
 
D.A. Points
200/1
 
Fabian Gomez
200/1
 
James Hahn
200/1
 
Jhonattan Vegas
200/1
 
John Huh
200/1
 
Kyle Stanley
200/1
 
Matt Every
200/1
 
Padraig Harrington
200/1
 
Retief Goosen
200/1
 
Richard Sterne
200/1
 
Steve Wheatcroft
200/1
 
Andres Gonzales
250/1
 
Danny Lee
250/1
 
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
250/1
 
Heath Slocum
250/1
 
J.J. Henry
250/1
 
Justin Leonard
250/1
 
Lucas Glover
250/1
 
Luke Guthrie
250/1
 
Martin Flores
250/1
 
Michael Thompson
250/1
 
Nicholas Thompson
250/1
 
Sean O’Hair
250/1
 
Spencer Levin
250/1
 
Steven Bowditch
250/1
 
Stuart Appleby
250/1
 
Troy Merritt
250/1
 
Adam Hadwin
300/1
 
Alex Prugh
300/1
 
Andres Romero
300/1
 
Andrew Putnam
300/1
 
Bill Lunde
300/1
 
Brice Garnett
300/1
 
Carlos Ortiz
300/1
 
Chez Reavie
300/1
 
Davis Love III
300/1
 
Greg Owen
300/1
 
Jason Gore
300/1
 
Jim Herman
300/1
 
John Merrick
300/1
 
Jon Curran
300/1
 
Mark Hubbard
300/1
 
Robert Allenby
300/1
 
Scott Brown
300/1
 
Tom Gillis
300/1
 
Charlie Beljan
400/1
 
Chris WIlliams
400/1
 
Kyle Reifers
400/1
 
Tom Hoge
400/1
 
Blake Adams
500/1
 
Byron Smith
500/1
 
Cameron Percy
500/1
 
Carlos Sainz Jr
500/1
 
Derek Ernst
500/1
 
Eric Axley
500/1
 
Jarrod Lyle
500/1
 
Jonathan Randolph
500/1
 
Mark Anderson
500/1
 
Mike Weir
500/1
 
Oscar Fraustro
500/1
 
Roger Sloan
500/1
 
Sam Saunders
500/1
 
Steven Alker
500/1
 
Whee Kim
500/1
 
Woody Austin
500/1
 
Jim Renner
750/1
 
Michael Block
750/1

 

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – Golf Betting Odds – Paddy Power

PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015 – Golf Betting Odds – Paddy Power

It’s time for some golf odds for the the PGA Farmers Insurance Open 2015, brought to you by the lovely people at Paddy Power!

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This tournament is played over 2 courses, Torrey Pines North and Torrey Pines South.

  • Torrey Pines (South) is a 7,698 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.
  • Torrey Pines (North) is a 7,052 par-72 layout featuring four par 5s and four par 3s.

Of these two courses, Torrey Pines South is the only course played on Saturday and Sunday. As you can see above, it’s the much longer of the two courses, so it is a must that a player take advantage on the short North course.

Spieth, Jordan
12/1
Cabrera, Angel
125/1
Fernandez-Castano, Gonzalo
250/1
Walker, Jimmy
12/1
Tringale, Cameron
125/1
Ortiz, Carlos
250/1
Day, Jason
14/1
Blixt, Jonas
125/1
Garnett, Brice
250/1
Matsuyama, Hideki
18/1
Ishikawa, Ryo
125/1
Gore, Jason
250/1
Fowler, Rickie
22/1
Villegas, Camilo
150/1
Cejka, Alex
250/1
Rose, Justin
22/1
Swafford, Hudson
150/1
Hoge, Tom
300/1
Snedeker, Brandt
25/1
Knost, Colt
150/1
Allenby, Robert
300/1
Koepka, Brooks
25/1
Holmes, JB
150/1
Yang, Gunn
300/1
DeLaet, Graham
28/1
Hoffmann, Morgan
150/1
Herman, Jim
300/1
Haas, Bill
30/1
Pinckney, Scott
150/1
Gillis, Tom
300/1
Mickelson, Phil
30/1
Svoboda, Andrew
150/1
Putnam, Andrew
300/1
Johnson, Dustin
33/1
Blair, Zac
150/1
Beljan, Charlie
300/1
Thomas, Justin
35/1
Harrington, Padraig
175/1
Adams, Blake
300/1
Mahan, Hunter
40/1
Park, Sung-Joon
175/1
Lunde, Bill
300/1
Woodland, Gary
40/1
Stanley, Kyle
175/1
Owen, Greg
300/1
Horschel, Billy
45/1
Crane, Ben
175/1
O’Hair, Sean
300/1
Leishman, Marc
45/1
Vegas, Jhonattan
175/1
Van Aswegen, Tyrone
300/1
English, Harris
45/1
Huh, John
175/1
Campbell, Chad
300/1
Kirk, Chris
45/1
Gomez, Fabian
175/1
Anderson, Mark
300/1
Hoffman, Charley
50/1
Smith, Cameron
175/1
Merritt, Troy
300/1
Woods, Tiger
50/1
Barber, Blayne
175/1
Romero, Andres
300/1
Bradley, Keegan
50/1
Points, DA
175/1
Reifers, Kyle
300/1
Laird, Martin
55/1
Homa, Max
175/1
Williams, Chris
300/1
Poulter, Ian
66/1
Wheatcroft, Steve
175/1
Hubbard, Mark
300/1
Watney, Nick
66/1
Putnam, Michael
175/1
Collins, Chad
300/1
Choi, KJ
66/1
Molder, Bryce
175/1
Lyle, Jarrod
300/1
Knox, Russell
66/1
Pettersson, Carl
175/1
Slocum, Heath
400/1
Bae, Sang-Moon
80/1
Goosen, Retief
175/1
Love, Davis
400/1
Perez, Pat
80/1
Lee, Danny
200/1
Sloan, Roger
400/1
Donaldson, Jamie
80/1
Lingmerth, David
200/1
Curran, Jon
400/1
Steele, Brendan
80/1
Thompson, Michael
200/1
Kim, Whee
400/1
Senden, John
80/1
Levin, Spencer
200/1
Sainz, Carlos
400/1
Jacobson, Fredrik
80/1
Toms, David
200/1
Merrick, John
400/1
Piercy, Scott
80/1
Gonzales, Andres
200/1
Smith, Byron
400/1
Donald, Luke
80/1
Hahn, James
200/1
Prugh, Alex
400/1
Casey, Paul
80/1
Brown, Scott
200/1
Fraustro, Oscar
500/1
Lowry, Shane
80/1
Bowditch, Steven
200/1
Randolph, Jonathan
500/1
Howell, Charles
80/1
Every, Matt
200/1
Sucher, Zack
500/1
Noh, Seung-Yul
90/1
Hadwin, Adam
200/1
Alker, Steven
500/1
Chappell, Kevin
90/1
Garrigus, Robert
200/1
Percy, Cameron
500/1
Finau, Tony
100/1
Flores, Martin
200/1
Weir, Mike
500/1
De Jonge, Brendon
100/1
Cink, Stewart
200/1
Austin, Woody
500/1
Baddeley, Aaron
100/1
Davis, Brian
250/1
Axley, Eric
500/1
Sabbatini, Rory
100/1
Henry, JJ
250/1
Ernst, Derek
500/1
Stallings, Scott
100/1
Sterne, Richard
250/1
Saunders, Sam
750/1
Martin, Ben
100/1
Appleby, Stuart
250/1
Renner, Jim
750/1
Berger, Daniel
100/1
Leonard, Justin
250/1
Gilley, Chris
1000/1
Compton, Erik
125/1
Guthrie, Luke
250/1
Alvarado, Benjamin
1000/1
Stuard, Brian
125/1
Reavie, Chez
250/1
Block, Michael
1000/1
Harman, Brian
125/1
Glover, Lucas
250/1
Armour, Ryan
1000/1
Peterson, John
125/1
Thompson, Nicholas
250/1

 

Maybank Malaysian Open 2015 – Golf Betting Odds – BoDog

Maybank Malaysian Open 2015 – Golf Betting Odds – Bodog

Hello, Fantasy Golf and Daily Fantasy Golf Fans. It’s time for our Daily Fantasy Golf Preview and Picks primer for the 2015 version of the Maybank Malaysian Open 2015 on the European PGA Tour. The tournament is hosted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at The Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club, with a Par 72, 6985 yards. What you may not know, is that this golf course is also the home of a PGA Tour event,  The CIMB  Classic.
The beautiful fairways of Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC) lie in the unspoilt landscape of Bukit Kiara, just 8km away from the heart of the city. . The immaculate manicured greens and fairways are wall-to-wall Paspalum Seashore Grass variety, offering pristine playing conditions.

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3:00a
Lee Westwood
7/1
 
Bernd Wiesberger
10/1
 
Danny Willett
16/1
 
Graeme McDowell
16/1
 
Stephen Gallacher
20/1
 
Andy Sullivan
28/1
 
Nicolas Colsaerts
28/1
 
Emiliano Grillo
33/1
 
Gary Stal
33/1
 
Gregory Bourdy
33/1
 
Marc Warren
33/1
 
Peter Uihlein
35/1
 
Rafa Cabrera Bello
35/1
 
Miguel Angel Jimenez
40/1
 
Pablo Larrazabal
40/1
 
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
50/1
 
Thomas Aiken
50/1
 
Thomas Pieters
50/1
 
Thongchai Jaidee
50/1
 
Thorbjorn Olesen
50/1
 
Tommy Fleetwood
50/1
 
Tyrrell Hatton
60/1
 
Alejandro Cañizares
66/1
 
Alvaro Quiros
66/1
 
Anirban Lahiri
66/1
 
Eddie Pepperell
66/1
 
Edoardo Molinari
66/1
 
Robert Karlsson
66/1
 
Hennie Otto
80/1
 
Morten Ørum Madsen
80/1
 
Rikard Karlberg
80/1
 
Robert Rock
80/1
 
Romain Wattel
80/1
 
David Lipsky
100/1
 
Felipe Aguilar
100/1
 
Jake Higginbotham
100/1
 
Jeung-Hun Wang
100/1
 
Julien Quesne
100/1
 
Marcus Fraser
100/1
 
Oliver Fisher
100/1
 
Raphael Jacquelin
100/1
 
Scott Hend
100/1
 
Thaworn Wiratchant
100/1
 
David Howell
125/1
 
Jbe Krugar
125/1
 
Kristoffer Broberg
125/1
 
Matthew Fitzpatrick
125/1
 
Michael Hoey
125/1
 
Paul Peterson
125/1
 
Prayad Marksaeng
125/1
 
Prom Meesawat
125/1
 
Richie Ramsay
125/1
 
Shiv Kapur
125/1
 
Wade Ormsby
125/1
 
Wen-Chong Liang
125/1
 
Yong Eun Yang
125/1
 
Adilson Da Silva
150/1
 
Andrew Dodt
150/1
 
Angelo Que
150/1
 
Arjun Atwal
150/1
 
Chapchai Nirat
150/1
 
Gaganjeet Bhullar
150/1
 
Gregory Havret
150/1
 
Mark Foster
150/1
 
Matteo Manassero
150/1
 
Nathan Holman
150/1
 
S.S.P. Chowrasia
150/1
 
Scott Jamieson
150/1
 
Siddikur Rahman
150/1
 
Simon Dyson
150/1
 
Berry Henson
200/1
 
Carlos Pigem
200/1
 
Fabrizio Zanotti
200/1
 
Gavin Green
200/1
 
Jason Knutzon
200/1
 
Jeev Milkha Singh
200/1
 
Jyoti Randhawa
200/1
 
Lionel Weber
200/1
 
Mardan Mamat
200/1
 
Matthew Baldwin
200/1
 
Oliver Wilson
200/1
 
Peter Lawrie
200/1
 
Rashid Khan
200/1
 
Richard Bland
200/1
 
Seuk-Hyun Baek
200/1
 
Terry Pilkadaris
200/1
 
Antonio Lascuna
250/1
 
Arie Irawan Fauzi
250/1
 
Bryce Easton
250/1
 
Chinnarat Phadungsil
250/1
 
Danny Chia
250/1
 
Javier Colomo
250/1
 
Juvic Pagunsan
250/1
 
Kalem Richardson
250/1
 
Masahiro Kawamura
250/1
 
Mithun Perera
250/1
 
Nicholas Fung
250/1
 
Panuphol Pittayarat
250/1
 
Paul McGinley
250/1
 
Rahil Gangjee
250/1
 
Rattanon Wannasrichan
250/1
 
Richard T. Lee
250/1
 
Sam Brazel
250/1
 
Scott Barr
250/1
 
Simon Khan
250/1
 
Steve Lewton
250/1
 
Unho Park
250/1
 
Adam Groom
300/1
 
Alastair Forsyth
300/1
 
Chawalit Plaphol
300/1
 
Chien-Yao Hung
300/1
 
Graeme Storm
300/1
 
Marcus Both
300/1
 
Miguel Tabuena
300/1
 
Mikael Lundberg
300/1
 
Pariya Junhasavasdikul
300/1
 
Peter Hedblom
300/1
 
Sattaya Supupramai
300/1
 
Daniel Brooks
400/1
 
Gunn Charoenkul
400/1
 
Jazz Janewattananond
400/1
 
Kieran Pratt
400/1
 
Marco Crespi
400/1
 
Namchok Tantipokhakul
400/1
 
Wei Chih Lu
400/1
 
Anthony Kang
500/1
 
Arnond Vongvanij
500/1
 
Ben Leong
500/1
 
Jin Jeong
500/1
 
Shaaban Hussin
500/1
 
Wei-tze Yeh
500/1
 
Airil-Rizman Zahari
1000/1
 
Kemarol Baharin
1000/1
 
Kheng Hwai Khor
1000/1
 
R Nachimuthu
1000/1
 
Rizal Amin
1000/1
 
S Sivachandran
1000/1
 
Shaifubari Muda
1000/1
 
Sukree Othman
1000/1
 
Wilson Choo
1000/1

Maybank Malaysian Open 2015 – Golf Betting Odds – Paddy Power

Maybank Malaysian Open 2015 – Golf Betting Odds – Paddy Power

Hello, Fantasy Golf and Daily Fantasy Golf Fans. It’s time for our Daily Fantasy Golf Preview and Picks primer for the 2015 version of the Maybank Malaysian Open 2015 on the European PGA Tour. The tournament is hosted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at The Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club, with a Par 72, 6985 yards. What you may not know, is that this golf course is also the home of a PGA Tour event,  The CIMB  Classic.
The beautiful fairways of Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC) lie in the unspoilt landscape of Bukit Kiara, just 8km away from the heart of the city. . The immaculate manicured greens and fairways are wall-to-wall Paspalum Seashore Grass variety, offering pristine playing conditions.

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Westwood, Lee
13/2
Ramsay, Richie
125/1
Barr, Scott
300/1
Wiesberger, Bernd
10/1
Kruger, Jbe
125/1
Lee, Richard T
300/1
Mcdowell, Graeme
14/1
Kapur, Shiv
150/1
Colomo, Javi
300/1
Willett, Danny
16/1
Wang, Jeung-Hun
150/1
Henson, Berry
300/1
Gallacher, Stephen
16/1
Baldwin, Matthew
150/1
Gangjee, Rahil
300/1
Colsaerts, Nicolas
25/1
Yang, Y.E
150/1
Janewattananond, Jazz
300/1
Sullivan, Andy
28/1
Carlsson, Johan
150/1
Perera, Mithun
400/1
Grillo, Emiliano
30/1
Waring, Paul
150/1
Pagunsan, Juvic
400/1
Jimenez, Miguel Angel
35/1
Hoey, Michael
150/1
Fung, Nicholas
400/1
Stal, Gary
40/1
Wiratchant, Thaworn
150/1
Yates, Simon
400/1
Aphibarnrat, Kiradech
40/1
Que, Angelo
150/1
Wannasrichan, Rattanon
400/1
Uihlein, Peter
40/1
Dyson, Simon
150/1
Easton, Bryce
400/1
Warren, Marc
40/1
Jamieson, Scott
150/1
Phadungsil, Chinarat
400/1
Bourdy, Gregory
40/1
Peterson, Paul
175/1
Supupramai, Sattaya
400/1
Fleetwood, Tommy
40/1
Marksaeng, Prayad
175/1
Tantipokhakul, Namchok
400/1
Olesen, Thorbjorn
40/1
Pilkadaris, Terry
200/1
Both, Marcus
400/1
Larrazabal, Pablo
40/1
Havret, Gregory
200/1
Brazel, Sam
400/1
Aiken, Thomas
50/1
Bland, Richard
200/1
Irawan, Arie
400/1
Karlsson, Robert
50/1
Atwal, Arjun
200/1
Lascuna, Antonio
400/1
Jaidee, Thongchai
50/1
Nirat, Chapchai
200/1
Pigem, Carlos
400/1
Pieters, Thomas
50/1
Da Silva, Adilson
200/1
Lewton, Steve
400/1
Cabrera Bello, Rafael
50/1
Bhullar, Gaganjeet
200/1
Pratt, Kieran
400/1
Quiros, Alvaro
60/1
Holman, Nathan
200/1
Crespi, Marco
400/1
Molinari, Edoardo
66/1
Khan, Rashid
200/1
Plaphol, Chawalit
400/1
Pepperell, Eddie
66/1
Zanotti, Fabrizio
200/1
Yeh, Wei-Tze
500/1
Lahiri, Anirban
66/1
Baek, Seuk-Hyun
250/1
Chih Lu, Wei
500/1
Hatton, Tyrrell
66/1
Wilson, Oliver
250/1
Hung, Chien-Yao
500/1
Wattel, Romain
66/1
Dodt, Andrew
250/1
Forsyth, Alastair
500/1
Fisher, Oliver
80/1
Chowrasia, SSP
250/1
Tabuena, Miguel
500/1
Hansen, Anders
80/1
Weber, Lionel
250/1
Jeong, Jin
500/1
Otto, Hennie
80/1
Brooks, Daniel
300/1
Charoenkul, Gunn
500/1
Fraser, Marcus
80/1
Lawrie, Peter
300/1
Vongvanij, Arnond
500/1
Rock, Robert
80/1
Khan, Simon
300/1
Kang, Anthony
500/1
Karlberg, Rikard
80/1
Rahman, Siddikur
300/1
Kemarol Huda, Kemarol B
1000/1
Canizares, Alejandro
80/1
Hedblom, Peter
300/1
Othman, Sukree
1000/1
Madsen, Morten Orum
80/1
Kang, Sung-Hoon
300/1
Nachimuthu, R
1000/1
Fitzpatrick, Matthew
100/1
Storm, Graeme
300/1
Lam, Yu Shuen
1000/1
Higginbottom, Jake
100/1
Lundberg, Mikael
300/1
Jamil, Mohd Iylia
1000/1
Manassero, Matteo
100/1
Groom, Adam
300/1
Sivachandran, S
1000/1
Jacquelin, Raphael
100/1
Chia, Danny
300/1
Amin, Rizal
1000/1
Meesawat, Prom
125/1
Kawamura, Masahiro
300/1
Jamil, Hans
1000/1
Quesne, Julien
125/1
Pittayarat, Panuphol
300/1
Zahari, Airil-Rizman
1000/1
Howell, David
125/1
Singh, Jeev Milkha
300/1
Hwai, Khor Kheng
1000/1
Bjerregaard, Lucas
125/1
Mcginley, Paul
300/1
Yasin, Syariff
1000/1
Broberg, Kristoffer
125/1
Green, Gavin
300/1
Chan, Tuck-Soon
1000/1
Khrongpha, Thanyakon
125/1
Richardson, Kalem
300/1
Leong, Ben
1000/1
Ormsby, Wade
125/1
Mamat, Mardan
300/1
Hussin, Shaaban
1000/1
Morrison, James
125/1
Mcgrane, Damien
300/1
Green, Galven
1000/1
Hend, Scott
125/1
Junhasavasdikul, Pariya
300/1
Choo, Wilson
1000/1
Foster, Mark
125/1
Knutzon, Jason
300/1
Muda, Shaifubari
1000/1
Aguilar, Felipe
125/1
Randhawa, Jyoti
300/1
Abd Aziz, Daeng Abd Rahman
1000/1
Lipsky, David
125/1

Congrats To Our FreeRoll Winner Docwan12!

Congrats To Our FreeRoll Winner Docwan12!

It was a crazy final 2 holes at the Phoenix Open and our loyal reader and newsletter follower docwan12 won our Freeroll on DraftKings and took home the top prize.

I myself also had a really good day, and was leading the DraftKings 75k with 2 holes left, before Martin Laird decided to choke on his own cock. I ended up in third and still took home a good chunk of change, but it could have been so much more.

If you are a newsletter member and you used our lineup this week for cash games, you would have made some money. It’s our second week of cash game lineups and we’re two for two. I just jinxed it! Damn me! The crazy part is, we still haven’t had a clean lineup with all players getting through, so we’re due for that, right? Fantasy gods, you’re listening, right?

Our deep sleeper picks were mixed. Cameron Tringale was god awful. Just horrible. On the other hand, our Johnny Vegas pick was half decent, especially for his price of $3900.

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