This week we travel to El Camaleon in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, as the never-ending party continues at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
This week on the tour we travel to Sheshan Golf Club in Shanghai, China for the WGC HSBC Champions tournament.
We are on a short week with the tournament kicking off Wednesday at 7 PM EST, so there will not be a podcast and all three articles are condensed into one.
Welcome to my PGA DFS machine learning model for the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. This is the first PGA Tour event at Nine Bridges. Although, Nine Bridges has hosted some LPGA tournaments.
We are going to target bombers this week, as stated in the Course Intro/Key Stats, that have elite tee-to-green games, strong approach skillsets, and score a ton. Advanced course history is unavailable this week as the shotlink data has not been created for this event over the past few years.
Welcome to my PGA DFS machine learning model for the CIMB Classic. It should be a birdie-fest. For more on the course and key stats check out Matt Dulcan’s weekly article. The field consists of 78 golfers and has no cut, so probabilities to make the cut have been eliminated from
We out! Off to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the CIMB classic, a tournament co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour and Asian Tour. The event has been played at the TPC Kuala Lumpur West course since 2013, and will be again this year, so we have some golfers to check out. Interestingly,
PGA DFS advice for the Tour Championship.
Let the real golf begin! After the playoffs, which are more interesting for real-life golf than PGA DFS, we can get away from building very similar rosters week after week. We have a new season with many new players and many weak fields, which require you to dig deeper
The Tour Championship presents a great opportunity for PGA DFS players — if you’ve got the right intel. RotoViz has you covered with course and player stats, player recommendations, and chalk pivots.