2020 Masters: DraftKings PGA DFS Daily Cheat Sheet

DraftKings PGA DFS GPP Cheat Sheet for the 2020 Masters!  Featuring top plays, high ceiling candidates, contrarian, and value picks to target for this week’s DraftKings and FanDuel PGA DFS main slate.

We have grouped players into 3 key tiers based on price point.

You can also access a player’s “FC Player Card” by clicking their name or salary. This will bring up key news, stats and match-up data to help guide you along the way for their game that day. 

Our cheat sheets highlight the core plays (including some contrarian candidates) that we like the most on the slate and, as a result, would recommend a higher level of exposure to on the whole. It is not an exhaustive list, and if you are a multi-entry GPP player, you may decide to ultimately have a larger player pool to work from. Our hope is that this gives you a tight group of players to heavy-up your exposure to.

Better late than never!

This week we have a fall version of the Masters, and we should be in for a great weekend for fall golf action!  For this week’s event, we will be providing two free articles – the cheat sheet that you will see below here along with The Primer – which will be a deeper dive into a few options that we really like for this weekend’s event!

Something to note when building line-ups this week:

  • The Masters this year will have the top 50 and cuts make the cut, so we’ll have a really limited field when the weekend starts.
  • Keep in mind that the field is limited to 94 golfers, so as a result – a good percentage of the golfers in the field will be playing into the weekend.  When you factor in a few of the players that make up that field are previous winners that are not real threats, I wouldn’t worry too much about trying to make sure you peg a 6/6 line-up.  Don’t get me wrong, you will have to get that in order to take down a large field GPP – but the percentage of line-ups that should end up 6/6 will be pretty healthy I think.

Cheat Sheet – DraftKings and FanDuel

$ TierG
Bryson DeChambeau
(11.2k / 80.45)
(12.1k / 80.45)
Jon Rahm
(10.5k / 79.75)
(11.7k / 79.75)
Rory McIlroy
(10.2k / 74.35)
(11.9k / 74.35)
Dustin Johnson
(10k / 75.22)
(11.8k / 75.22)
Tyrrell Hatton
(9.4k / 71.05)
(10.6k / 71.05)
Bubba Watson
(9k / 57.42)
(10k / 57.42)
Tony Finau
(8.8k / 64.66)
(10.4k / 64.66)
Matthew Wolff
(8.5k / 58.82)
(10.3k / 58.82)
Scottie Scheffler
(7.8k / 61.48)
(9.4k / 61.48)
Matthew Fitzpatrick
(7.6k / 59.59)
(9.4k / 59.59)
Abraham Ancer
(7.4k / 65.37)
(9.2k / 65.37)
Cameron Smith
(7.3k / 52.43)
(8.7k / 52.43)
Zach Johnson
(6.8k / 59.61)
(8.1k / 59.61)
Sebastian Munoz
(6.7k / 53.70)
(7.9k / 53.70)

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