The Genesis Open was not a good week and the weather just made it even worse. It really sucked to watch these guys have to play multiple rounds in a day. I’m so glad that the Tour has left the west coast and heads to Puerto Rico for what should have great weather this weekend.

How much do you like watching second tier golfers?  Well, that’s what you get with the Puerto Rico Open!  The best golfers in the world are competing at the World Golf Championships in Mexico. DraftKings is the only site offering games for the Puerto Rico Open but that won't stop me from putting out quality information. When Daniel Berger is the highest priced player on the board, you know this is a weak field. I mean he is a good young player but not worth top dollar yet. During a typical PGA tour event with a full field, he would be an 8K player and this week he's 11K. While it must be nice to take a trip down to Puerto Rico, they'd all rather be playing in WGC with the big prize money with a great field. Things will go back to normal next week.

Lets take a look at the Coco Beach Golf & Country Club which measures out to 7,506 yards and is a par 72.  The winning scores have ranged from 21 under par to 7 under par and a lot of that has to do with the winds.  You should definitely take a look at the weather before picking your players this weekend. This is course where fairways hit percentage is usually more important than driving distance.  

The players who have had success in this event historically are not exactly household names.  Jerry Kelly, Boo Weekley, Scott Brown, Michael Bradley, George McNeil, John Merrick, Graham Delaet, Chesson Hadley, and Jonathan Byrd are not players that even the average golf fan knows.  If you take a closer look at this group of golfers, you'll notice something that stands out about them. They are all not very long off the tee but they are accurate. Most of these players are also good on the greens and can put themselves on the leaderboard with the putter.  You'll notice a lot of the guys in my playbook are not big bombers but short accurate players who have excellent putting skills.

This is truly a terrible week to play PGA DFS with a tournament field like this one.  We can look through all the stats and numbers we want but literally anyone could step up, have a great four days and win this event.  There is no dominant player that we can predict with certainty will have success this weekend in Puerto Rico.

(Max 3)
                             
 Golfer DraftKings*Own % FanDuel*Own %BreakDown
M. Every $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
S. Brown $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
D. Hearn $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
R. Campos $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
A. Baddeley $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
P. Uihlein $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
N. Lashley $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
D. Trahan $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
M. Jones $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
R. Castro $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
J. Byrd $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
R. Streb $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
D. Fathauer $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
T. Lovelady $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE
F. Gomez $UPGRADE $UPGRADEUPGRADE