PGA Golf Fantasy: FedEx St. Jude Classic DraftKings Picks, Lineup, Rankings - 6/7/18
The 2018 FedEx St. Jude Classic
FedEx St. Jude Classic: Thursday, June 7, 2018 at 1:00 pm (TPC Southwind) See the Latest Odds
TV: GOLF, CBS
This week we’re putting together a DraftKings fantasy lineup for the FedEx St. Jude Classic. There are six slots to fill and $50,000 to spend. Last week we produced 473.50 fantasy points for the Memorial Tournament, so you probably made money if you played that lineup. The last two weeks, we’ve combined for 941 fantasy points and have improved our weekly total each week since releasing these articles. Let’s produce a 500-plus point week and chase a big payday.
Onto this week…
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Chez Reavie, $7,600 - Chez Reavie has had some serious struggles fantasy wise this season, with his only real highlight being 87.5 points during the Players Championship. Still, Reavie has finished no worse than 27th in each of his last three appearances at the St. Jude Classic, improving his finish each of the last three years. For a cheap price, you can’t go wrong with this pick.
Peter Uihlein, $8,500 - Peter Uihlein has earned no less than 85.5 fantasy points each of the last three weeks and is coming off a 102 point performance last week at the Memorial. If Uihlein was better with his short game, he probably wins the tournament last week. Either way, Uihlein is heading in the right direction and is a safe play given this rather decent price.
Luke List, $8,300 - Luke List has earned 77.5 or more fantasy points in two of the last three weeks and has been one of the more consistent players when you get under the $9,000 price range over the last month or so. List finished 18th in this event last year and has an average finish of 34th in his two appearances overall.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat, $8,400 - Kiradech Aphibarnrat has earned 87 or more fantasy points in each of the last three weeks and has missed the cut just once in 18 events played. Another middle of the pack player who is fairly cheap and has been rather consistent fantasy wise.
Kevin Chappell, $7,800 - Kevin Chappell is simply in awful form and there’s do doubt about it, missing the cut in four of his last five events. There’s risk here. However, Chappell did finish fourth in this event last year and has an average finish of 13 in two appearances here overall. If you’re not afraid to roll the dice and find a diamond in the rough, Chappell may be the guy who makes the difference for your team this week.
Tony Finau, $9,300 - Tony Finau has produced no less than 71 fantasy points in each of the last five weeks and has produced 80 or more points in three of his last four events. Finau has no course history here, but given his form and consistency, I’m not sure it matters much.
Remaining Salary: $100