Fantasy Golf: U.S. Open


Excellent performance from Daniel Berger to claim his first victory in impressive fashion last week at FESJC. That’s back-to-back first-time winners and that’s NEVER good news in this chalk-heavy game.

I learned last week that Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson are coin flips at this event for every format so you gotta get a bit lucky. Fantasy Golf

2016 Earnings: $11,306,567

2016 Rank: 11,479

Groups are listed arbitrarily by OWGR by the Golf Channel for those of you new to the game.


Last Week 

Rank: 23,783 ($313,506)

Click here for last week’s column

Hey! Better than Memorial!

No winner = no chance here, there or anywhere!


Last Week: FESJC

Group 1

Nothing like having T-5 and that was the THIRD-BEST PICK of Group 1. Berger (WIN) and Mickelson (T-2) condemned me to mediocrity again. Berger was no doubt a surprise in here.

Group 2

For the second week in a row I was shut out in Group 2. For the second week in a row I thought I had the winner in Group 2. #Nil. The best teams this week had T-26 or T-34 as their best player in this group but it was Russell Henley at T-7 who was best.

Group 3

Picked up T-26 with Toms which would usually make me happy but the shutout in Group 2 did too much damage. Guess I took the wrong old guy as Stricker ran this group at T-2.

Group 4

Ben Crane made the cut but his 74 on Sunday knocked him out of the top 20 and down to T-41. Wrong early 40-something as Brian Gay, the 2009 champ who hasn’t had a top 10 in 2 years, was sixth. Good to see him back from injuries.


This Week: U.S. Open

Check out my preview by clicking HERE


Group 1: Rory McIlroy

Group 2: Patrick Reed

Group 3: Billy Horschel

Group 4: Retief Goosen

Total Birdies: 16



Group 1: Top six players in the world fall into three categories: yes, no, maybe. Watson is the no. Fowler is the “maybe” but based on his recent results I can’t fault him over the others.

Group 2: Deeper than the Pittsburgh Steelers’ trophy case, Group 2 has too many great players to find. Safe plays will include Scott, Stenson and Matsuyama. I’m ranked 11k-something so I’m going with the man with the most top 10’s this season on Tour.

Group 3: Kaymer has the recent form and is a past champion so he edges out Horschel, Dufner and Simpson for me.

Group 4: My motto for this group: find a guy who makes the cut. Goosen has won this event twice and hasn’t MC in 12 starts on Tour.

Any questions on any games you can hit me up on Twitter (@MikeGlasscott) or email me (

Good luck chops!

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