Last week I had the pleasure to fill in for Drew Phelps for the PGA DFS Playbook. Much like Max Homa qualified for several future events by getting a win, I apparently did well enough last week that they invited me back. This week the PGA Tour moves to Dallas, Texas, where Trinity Forest Golf Club hosts the AT&T Byron Nelson for the second year in a row.

Trinity Forest is a par 71 measuring 7,371. This is basically a links course in Texas, with no trees or water. The fairways are wide and the greens are huge. Last season the Texas wind was calm, and Trinity Forest played as the second easiest par 71 on Tour. This year figures to be a bit different. I usually try not to put too much stock into course history when we only have one tournament to go off of, and that is especially true for this tournament. This week I’m mostly looking for players with some positive momentum as well as players who are doing well in Par 4 Birdies or Better, Driving Distance and Strokes Gained: Approach.

 

MY ONE & DONE PICK FOR THE WEEK IS MARC LEISHMAN

 

Good Luck!

 
(Max 3)