The PGA Tour returns to the Motor City for the first time in seven years. Quicken Loans had a fiver year run as the title sponsor of a DC Metro area golf tournament, but has rebranded itself as the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit Michigan. While I'm sad to see DC lose their annual tournament, I'm excited to see a new course on the schedule and shake things up for these players. This also marks four years since I started writing the PGA DFS Playbook for Fantasy Alarm. I want to thank everyone at Fantasy Alarm for continuing to support me as their DFS Golf writer and especially all of you who have continued to read my articles. We have grown together and become smarter better players. Let's continue to win together.

The Detroit Golf Club has two 18 hole courses, the North and South. The Rocket Mortage is setup as a stock par 72 and 17 of the holes are played on the North course but the par 4 third hole is the first hole on the South course on a typical day for the members. After all that, the course tips at 7,340 yards with a par 5 fourth hole that can stretch out 635 yards (tied for the second longest on the Tour). Kapalua's 18th hole reaches 663 yards but is down the side of a mountain. Similar to last week at TPC River Highlands, these are tough Poa greens that are hard to land and stick. The rough around the greens will give these players fits, so scrambling will be imporant and getting on the greens in regulation will be at a premium. Also, having a nice history on Poa greens is nice to see as well. Knowing that these players do not have a history on this course, you really want to target good course managers, you don't want the grip it and rip it type. A fun fact and nice motivational piece, if a player finishes inside the top eight this weekend, they'll earn a spot in the Open Championship.

When we take a look at the weather for this weekend, the first round on Thursday looks perfect. The rest of the weekend does not look good with rain in the forecast. It should remain muggy throughout the day with highs in the 80s. There will be no wind to worry about. We will try to keep you updated as weather can change day to day.

(Max 3)