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BMW Championship 2021

Updated: Jan 14, 2022

We are going to keep this short this week and give you the most important information. Instead of breaking down the course and metrics, we will use this post to very briefly highlight some of our favorite golfers in the competition:

John Rahm ($11,700-DK; +550 to win)

Rahm lead for the first three days last week, but failed to close out the win in the final round. Still, he is as reliable as it gets for DFS purposes with eleven top-10 finishes in his last sixteen events.

Collin Morikawa ($10,000-DK; +1800 to win)

Morikawa burned a lot of DFS players last week, including ourselves, but that should only help drive his ownership down. Little is known about this new course, but ball striking is a key metric in our model, a skill that Morikawa excels at.

Paul Casey ($8,200-DK; +3000 to win)

Casey is another golfer we liked last week but let us down with a poor event. Still, Casey is one of the most consistent golfers in the field with five top-10 finishes in his last eight events. Great value with his new low price.

Cameron Champ ($7,300-DK; +10000 to win)

Champ is too good for this low of a price tag. His ability to gain strokes on long holes will set him apart this week and will help DFS players with how fantasy is scored.

Cameron Davis ($6,900-DK; +15000 to win)

Davis is another golfer who excels on long holes and is way too cheap this week to ignore. He leads the Tour in eagles and jumps off the charts in our relevant metrics.

Aaron Wise ($6,300-DK; +14000 to win)

Wise also stands out in our metrics and at this price it will not take much to find value. We won’t have any bets in on Wise, but for DFS he will make some tournament builds.

*This preview does not represent our final picks for this event. For our full set of picks, check out our Game Picks section!

**Odds accurate at time of posting.

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