The Albatross – FanDuel DFS Golf Preview – John Deere Classic

Erik Dantoft
By Erik Dantoft July 10, 2019 12:21

The Albatross – FanDuel DFS Golf Preview – John Deere Classic

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Take on Jeff (jtbergerson), Zach (myzteriouzly), Aaron (ge3kusa), Ryan (rb42seven), Pari (Dixoncider21), and me (edantoft) of Fantasy Golf Insider for your chance at cash prizes and free FanDuel entries!

Fantasy Golf Insider Beat the Experts FanDuel Contest

Click on the “Fantasy Golf Insider Beat the Experts FanDuel Contest” link above to get an entry into our exclusive FGI contest over on FanDuel.  This is a great contest to gauge your PGA DFS skills while competing against the team here at FGI.  FanDuel also has decent prize pools for the John Deere Classic so be sure to check out their contest lobby as well.

 

3M Open Fantasy Golf Insider Beat the Experts Leaderboard:

Position               Username                           Score                    

1st                           1grinder                               631.30

2nd                          harker                                   621.00

3rd                           jtbergerson                        607.10

4th                           sweet_butterflies           594.60

5th                           lukenmickey                      592.40

 

The John Deere Classic in Silvis, Illinois is the regular PGA TOUR warm-up event before The Open Championship and TPC Deere Run continues to serve as its host.  TPC Deere Run is a very scoreable par 71 course that measures 7,268 yards in length.  The previous leaderboards of this event show that any type of golfer can go well here, but it is typically the strategic golfer that wins.  Hitting the generous fairways and precise iron play are the prerequisites for success here.  A hot putter will also be required for any golfer that wants to be a threat to win though.  That is because 20+ birdies will probably be necessary to get the job done in another Upper Midwest birdie-fest.

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Erik Dantoft
By Erik Dantoft July 10, 2019 12:21

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