Abraham Ancer ($7,900)
Though not a big name, Ancer has played solid golf at points this season, including two top-20 finishes. What’s more, he finished T16 at the Valspar Championship the last time he played. That seems like a nice get at this price.
Harold Varner ($7,800)
We’ve seen that Varner can be a great player when he’s on, and he’s improved after missing all three cuts in January tournaments he played. However, he’s still yet to crack the top 35 since the turn of 2018. We’ll see if in this watered down field that he can get things going right, especially on the weekends.
Derek Fathauer ($7,700)
While he was cut at the Valspar Championship the last time he played, he finished T13 at The Honda Classic and T16 at the Genesis Open in the two outings before that. That’s potentially nice value here.
Adam Schenk ($7,500)
Schenk missed three-straight cuts at the end of January and start of February, but he’s made three-straight since. He also finished T29 at The Honda Classic in that time span. Thus, he might be a player getting in a groove that could provide nice value on DraftKings.
Brice Garnett ($7,400)
Garnett has been up and down this season, missing two of his last six cuts. However, he has finished in the top 35 in three of those last six tournaments. He’s a risk, as most are at this price this week.
Alex Cejka ($7,300)
While Cejka has missed four of his last six cuts, he was hot in November to start the new PGA Tour season, registering two top 10s. If you’re looking for a cheap DraftKings fantasy golf option, he might be worth the risk.
Rafael Campos ($7,100)
Though he’s not been on the PGA Tour, Campos has performed well on the Web.com Tour thus far this season, including coming in the top three twice. This is great value assuming he can keep it up.