7,000 and below
Brandon Harkins ($7,000)
Harkins hasn’t particularly been at his best lately, with T41, missed cut and T36 being his last three finishes. However, he’s 10-of-13 on made cuts this season, and has been in the top 25 on four different occasions since the turn of the calendar year. If you need a cheap, viable option in your lineup, he’s a nice add.
Tyrone Van Aswegen ($6,900)
While the finishing numbers haven’t been all that impressive for Tyron Van Aswegen this season, the South African has been solid enough, making 12-of-14 cuts on the year. What’s more, he has had some solid finishes with T28 at the Valspar, T26 at Pebble Beach, and T36 at the CareerBuilder Challenge. He may not win you a matchup, but he could provide some stability with a value pick.
Nick Watney ($6,800)
At this price, you can’t really find a “sexy” pick, and Nick Watney is a solid player. He’s made his last six cuts, and has two finishes of T33 or better over that span. He’s another guy that should play into the weekend, which is what you need at this spot.
Abraham Ancer ($6,800)
A potential sleeper here, Abraham Ancer has been in the top 20 of his last two tournaments, including going T13 last week at the Corales Puntacana and notching over 80 points on DraftKings scoring. For this price, he’s a guy that should be in your lineup, even if he’s a bit risky.
Harold Varner ($6,700)
It would’ve been nice to see Varner perform better last week, but he’s still been solid this season in terms of making cuts, going 11-of-14. He has upside, though he’s not shown it too often so far this season.
Adam Schenk ($6,600)
Schenk hasn’t been a star, but he’s made four-straight cuts and has finished T35 or better twice in his last three outings. If you need some upside at a cheap, cheap price, he’s a good guy to potentially make it happen.