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Jordan Spieth Fighting Poor Form Heading To U.S. Open
Jordan Spieth has placed in the top 20 just twice since February, and the reason behind it has been shocking, to say the least. The 13-time PGA Tour winner has struggled on the greens, around the greens, and on approach throughout much of 2024 thus far. It's hard to imagine these woes magically heal at what should be a tough Pinehurst No. 2 track, so despite his T17 finish in 2014, daily fantasy managers will find him at a crazy-low $7,900 price tag on DraftKings. While this type of course is usually one that brings out the best in the 30-year-old, it's tough to imagine playing Spieth in cash-game contests. However, if you're looking for low-owned upside, it might be worth taking a flier on the Texas native with the understanding that this course could eat him alive if he's unable to right the ship on Thursday and Friday in North Carolina.
player imageJordan Spieth
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Tommy Fleetwood Makes Pinehurst No. 2 Debut
Tommy Fleetwood hasn't won on American soil yet this season, but he does have a Dubai Invitational trophy to show for his hard work, along with just one missed cut in 2024. While the 33-year-old's approach and putting games come and go like an English rain storm, his around-the-green and off-the-tee consistency has afforded him a high floor and high ceiling each week he tees it up. Fleetwood will be making his way to Pinehurst No. 2 for the first time, but the course fits his game well, and he's quietly shown up well in difficult major conditions before. A price of $8,500 seems fair for the Englishman in what should be a chipping and putting contest this week.
player imageTommy Fleetwood
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Bryson DeChambeau Looks To Continue Major Success
Of the five major events hosted on American soil between this season and last, Bryson DeChambeau has placed 20th or better in four of them, and three of those finishes have been sixth or higher. Although he hasn't won a major since the 2020 US Open, the 30-year-old has started to become a force to be reckoned with at tougher courses. A dried out Pinehurst No. 2 should definitely play difficult, especially around the greens, where DeChambeau has really improved his game, as displayed in his recent runner-up masterpiece at Valhalla. If the California native can be disciplined on his chip shots once again, excel with his strong putting ability, and take advantage of the limited rough around Pinehurst, he could once again find himself fighting for some major hardware come Sunday afternoon in North Carolina.
player imageBryson DeChambeau
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Russell Henley In Top Form Heading To U.S. Open
Russell Henley finished T27 at last week's Memorial Tournament, marking his fourth consecutive top-30 finish. He has been extremely consistent and outstanding in 2024, missing the cut in only one tournament and finishing inside the top five three times. Next, he will prepare for this week's U.S. Open at Pinehurst. Henley has historically performed well in the U.S. Open, finishing T14 in 2023, missing the cut in 2022, and T13 in 2021. The U.S. Open is always one of the toughest challenges for golfers all season, and Pinehurst is a course that demands accuracy with approach shots. It's worth noting that over the past 12 months, Henley ranks in the 39th percentile in greens in regulation percentage on approach shots from 150-200 yards in the fairway. Despite this, Henley has found other ways to contend week in and week out, making him worth considering for DFS lineups this week.
player imageRussell Henley
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