DraftKings golf picks, The Masters: Best DFS lineup for Augusta

The Masters 2020, DraftKings golf picks (Mandatory Credit: Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports)
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DraftKings Masters picks: $7,000 range

Louis Oosthuizen ($7,900) – It’s impossible to not like Oosthuizen this week. Not only does he raise his game for major championships but he’s come close to a Green Jacket before. Showing good form at the U.S. Open in September, he offers nice value at the top of this range.

Scottie Scheffler ($7,800) – Scheffler has been a bit erratic since returning from a bout with the coronavirus but the youngster should have the game to attack Augusta. Length off the tee and fearless iron play could serve him well. If he puts four rounds together, this could be a massive hit for your DraftKings lineup.

Matthew Fitzpatrick ($7,600) – Most weeks, Fitzpatrick isn’t necessarily my cup of tea. He relies a little too much on his putting in most tournaments. But on the greens at Augusta, that’s a viable strength. Throw in that he can get hot with his approach game and Fitzpatrick is a solid play at this price.

Sungjae Im ($7,500) – Im has undoubtedly been all over the place since the restart, a far cry from where he was last season. Having said that, his iron play has the potential to really attack at The Masters and he, at the very least, has to be mentioned as a possible consideration at only $7,500.

Cameron Smith ($7,300) – The one drawback to Smith, especially on a potentially wet golf course, is his lack of length. While that may be true, he won at the Sony Open last season in similar conditions and is rock-steady overall. At this price, you could do worse than a guy who has the potential to pop up in abnormal conditions.

Lee Westwood ($7,200) – Westwood struggled at the Houston Open but had a string of top 20s in Europe and at the U.S. Open prior to that. His putting is suspect right now but the veteran has played well at Augusta and has the appeal as a cheap flier with upside.

Jason Kokrak ($7,000) – No one in the low price range has the same upside as Kokrak. Not only did he win the CJ Cup but then followed that up with a T17 at the ZOZO. He’s one of the longer players on the PGA Tour and that should serve him well. If his putting stays hot, this is a fantastic sleeper to target.