The 2015-2016 PGA Tour season culminates with the Tour Championship at East Lake GC in Atlanta, GA. Only 30 competitors remain in contention for the FedEx cup. It’s been a good season for my fantasy golf projections. Use this week’s edition to help set your lineups.
This past weekend at the BMW Championship, the PGA Tour cut the list of contenders for the FedEx cup down to 30. Welcome to the final installment of the weekly review of my fantasy golf projections for the 2015-2016 season. Each week I grade my projections versus DraftKings pricing and the
The BMW Championship, the second to last event of the 2016 season, takes place this weekend at Crooked Stick GC in Carmel, IN. The top 30 golfers in the Fedex Cup standings at the end of the tournament will move on to the Tour Championship next week. Use my fantasy
Welcome back to the weekly review of my fantasy golf projections, this time for the Deutsche Bank Championship.
This week the PGA travels to TPC Boston for the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second tournament in the FedEx Cup playoffs.
It was another good week for my fantasy golf projections at The Barclays.
The Barclays, the first event of the Fedex Cup playoffs, takes place this weekend at Bethpage Black golf course on Long Island, New York. One hundred twenty-one of the best golfers in the world will play on one of the most difficult courses of the year. I’ve combined my projections
It was another good week for my fantasy golf projections and picks at the Wyndham Championship. Each week I grade my projections against the rankings provided by DraftKings pricing and Las Vegas lines. My projections continue to outperform both ranking systems. A summary of the performance of each system for
The PGA makes its annual stop at Sedgefield Country Club for the Wyndham Championship. I’ve combined my projections and player write-ups into one article this week. Use this information to help gain an edge.
We are all prone to cognitive biases and heuristics, mental shortcuts, which affect our accuracy in making decisions. Many of these biases occur at the unconscious level. We are not aware of them and would deny that they play any role in our decisions. We don’t, and can’t, sense the