Oct 27, 2020
FanDuel DFS Golf: Bermuda Championship player aelections
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This week, the PGA Tour presents the FanDuel/DFS community with the Bermuda Championship. Let’s take a look at this event from a fantasy golf perspective!
Before I discuss my FanDuel player selections I wanted to clearly state that the purpose of this article is not to provide a specific lineup. Having stated that, this article will provide multiple player options in an effort to assist the reader in generating a unique lineup that will hopefully have the potential to win a FanDuel GPP (guaranteed prize pool) contest!
Here are my FanDuel player selections for the Bermuda Championship!David Hearn $8,400
The Canadian has two top 33 finishes in his last three events on the PGA Tour, including a 14th place result at the Safeway Open.Next: Whos hot or not heading into the Bermuda Championship?
In relation to this week’s current listed Bermuda Championship field, in the last 12 rounds played on the PGA Tour, Hearn ranks 11th in driving accuracy, ninth in scrambling, and 14th in bogey avoidance.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me on twitter at @geeversgolf or via my youtube channel, Geevers Golf. As always, good luck!
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Paul Casey on playing Saudi event: I hope my participation will make a difference
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After skipping the first two years of the Saudi International, Paul Casey was among a group of players who have committed to play next year’s European Tour stop in the Middle East.© Provided by Golf Channel
Casey didn’t join many Europeans at the inaugural event in 2019, citing his association with UNICEF, which is on his golf bag, and Saudi Arabia’s questionable human rights record.
“This is not a decision I’ve taken lightly. I wasn’t comfortable going in the past, but I have always been open minded and willing to learn,” Casey said in a statement. “I believe sport has the power to affect change. I’ve listened to the Saudi’s commitment to this and their vision for the future.”
“It is always better to include rather than exclude when eliciting change, thus I hope my participation will make a difference and I am looking forward to seeing these changes in person,” Casey said.
Casey will join Masters champion Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Rose, Tommy Fleetwood and Henrik Stenson at next year’s event, which will be played Feb. 4-7.