Before we look at this weekend's tournament specifically, let's remember my main rules of PGA DFS:

  1. Pay up and avoid the “Donkey” GPPS. You have a better chance of getting hit by lightning than winning a tournament with 35,671 entries. I’d much rather enter the $33 single-entry dogleg against 1,413 people. Sure, there’s less money to win, but there’s a better chance of winning it.
  2. Avoid FOMO. I have learned to only enter two or three lineups in multiple events each week. The approach of “I need to have a bunch of different guys on my teams just in case they win” is a surefire way to lose your money. Keep your core tight. Every time I have cashed big, it’s been because I have had a tight core four and switched around one or...

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