This is a new event, which means a new course. Which means no course data or past event results. We'll have to make some educated guesses for the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges.
Not all of the top players are on hand, with just 11 of the top 30 from the FedEx Cup list, but we still have a pretty good group of players at TPC Kuala Lumpur for the kickoff to this year’s Asian swing.
Thomas is looking to defend back-to-back titles in Malaysia. This tournament used to be just an Asian Tour event, but the PGA picked it up and added it to the calendar as a co-sanctioned event in 2013.
This is the finale of the FedEx Cup playoffs and championship will be crowned on Sunday. East Lake has been the home of this event since 2004, so we have a ton of course form data and a lot of the usual suspects are on hand for this year’s final season event.
This event was at Conway Farms in 2015 and 2013, so we have a fair amount of course form data to go off of for this week’s golf daily fantasy picks.
Those that are still standing in the FedEx Cup Playoffs will return to Conway Farms Golf Club in Carmel, Indiana for the BMW Championship, which begins on Thursday. This is the third event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs and the players are coming off of a rare bye week.
The second event of the FedEx Cup playoffs only features 97 golfers, so that means you’re going to have to dig deep to find some of those top values in DFS golf formats.
The second event of the FedEx Cup playoffs is coming up this weekend at TPC Boston with the Dell Technologies Championship. This event, like last week’s Northern Trust, has a new sponsor this season.
The FedEx Cup playoffs begin in a new venue. The Northern Trust will be played at Glen Oaks Club, as a new sponsor takes over for The Barclays and as a new course takes over for Liberty National, which will be hosting the Presidents Cup