Brice Garnett ($7,800)
Coming into March, not much was going right for Brice Garnett as he missed his final two cuts in February. However, he finished at T31 in the Valspar and then followed that up with a win at the Corales Puntacana last weekend. He’s rounding into form and could be a nice play at the Houston Open.
Seungsu Han ($7,700)
Last week at the Corales Puntacana, Han made his PGA Tour season debut and proved himself with a T5 finish. With three European Tour showings of T27 or better, including one T4, he’s a sleeper on DraftKings that could continue to prove himself.
Corey Conners ($7,600)
Having only missed one cut in 12 tournaments played so far this season, Corey Conners is interesting at this price based on that alone. However, he’s also been playing quite well of late, posting a T16 and then a T13 over his last two outings. What’s more, a better final round in each could’ve seen him in contention. He’s great value here.
Thomas Pieters ($7,500)
While the finishes this season for Thomas Pieters have been all over the place, and while he wasn’t great in match play last weekend, we know what the Belgian is capable of. If he can find the form that saw him go T13 at The Honda Classic, he could be tremendous DraftKings value this weekend in Houston.
Dylan Frittelli ($7,400)
The South African Frittelli has been playing exceptional golf for most of the year, registering five top-10 finishes in Europe this season. Meanwhile, he’s made both cuts on the PGA Tour, including finished 11th at The Honda Classic. Again, he could be a nice value play.
Kelly Kraft ($7,400)
Kelly Kraft came in third last weekend at the Corales Puntacana, which is his second top-10 finish in his last three tournaments. Riding four-straight made cuts as well, he’s another interesting value at this pricing tier.
William McGirt ($7,400)
Another $7,400 player that’s intriguing. While he had his struggles early in the season, McGirt has played well of late with three-straight finishes of T33 or better. His short game has been stellar and he could be a steady hand for your lineup.
Jamie Lovemark ($7,300)
The big-hitting Jamie Lovemark didn’t play well early in the 2017-18 season, but may be turning a corner. He’s made his last five cuts, and has three finishes of T26 or better in solid fields. If he can find his form, he’s dangerous.
Harris English ($7,300)
Yes, Harris English has missed more cuts than he’s made this season. In tournaments that he’s finished, though, he’s only finished worse than T33 once in six outings, including two top-10s. It’s a gamble, but one that could pay off big.
Sean O’Hair ($7,200)
Things weren’t ideal for Sean O’Hair early in the season with bottom-of-the-leaderboard finishes and missed cuts. However, his last two showings have been T12 and T7 at the Valspar and Arnold Palmer, respectively. He might be riding a hot streak right now, which makes him intriguing at this low of a price.
James Hahn ($7,100)
Yes, James Hahn’s last showing was a T58 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. However, he’s not missed a cut this year, and has four finishes of T26 or better in his last seven tournaments. That’s tremendous value at this price.
Paul Dunne ($7,100)
Paul Dunne has been a player to watch for some time, and he showed why last week at the Corales Puntacana. He can drive it far, but his approach play was great last week as well. If he can continue that, he’s another great DraftKings fantasy golf value.