It's Masters Week! Picks & Predictions.

It's Masters Week! Picks & Predictions.

If you're reading this blog, you're probably a diehard golf fan like myself.

And as a diehard golf fan, there's no better tournament than The Masters.

The Masters in Augusta, Georgia isn't just another PGA tournament, it's golf's ultimate showdown, where history, style, and skill collide.

It's not just about the game; it's about the traditions: the ceremonial tee shot, the hush of Amen Corner, and that magical moment when the winner slips into that iconic jacket, joining an elite club of champions.

Augusta, Georgia. It's on every single golfers bucket list to play!

It looks like there's going to be rain all morning & afternoon on Thursday. It's going to take away a lot of the momentum for day one. The first day of The Masters is right up there with the first day of the March Madness Tournament.

I want to put a few picks of mine for Golf Daily Fantasy for some lineups that I'm doing. Daily Fantasy on Draft Kings is night & day different than straight gambling.

For Daily Fantasy, I always try to put together contrarian lineups. 

The four highest owned guys are going to be:

  • Scottie Scheffler (replace him with Jon Rahm)
  • Xander Schauffele (replace him with Patrick Cantlay)
  • Shane Lowry (replace him with Cam Young)
  • Hideki Matsuyama (replace with Willy Zalatoris)

I love guys like Patrick Reed, Justin Rose, Gary Woodland, Charl Schwartzel who are lower owned guys but have great course history. The Masters is probably the most important course when it comes down to putting a lot of stock into course history.

If I had to bet my life savings on a winner, it's Scottie Scheffler. He's just that good at golf right now. He played great here last year and his putting game has only improved.

But don't sleep on Jon Rahm. Even though he went to Liv Golf he still is easily one of the top 2, 3 golfers on the planet.

Guys I'm completely fading from the general public: Jordan Spieth (even though he has great course history, I don't trust his wrist issues right now), Tommy Fleetwood (Caddie issues), and our guy Brooks Koepka.

Thanks for reading, everyone. I hope you enjoy The Masters.

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