Unlike last week, we’ll have some course form to rely on.
Unlike last week, we’ll also have MOAR decisions on who to use or not to use.
Your second six this week will be tasty as well so pick properly!
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Each week, I’ll put my angles, theories and lineups in here for you to peruse, copy, fade or argue.
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For all fantasy games I play as @MikeGlasscott or MikeGlasscott so I’m not hiding from anyone! Gamers don’t forget I reserve the right to change any lineup at any time based on changes in weather, tee times, illness or whatever.
You’ll learn a few things about me each week in this column.
Games, like this one, that involve daily substitution options, I am terrible at playing.
I’ll give you my best four starters and two bench options but it’s up to you to outguess me on which rounds they should sit or play.
Last Year: 57th
Last Week — CJ CUP
- Tournament Points: 717
- Tournament Rank: 305
- Season Points: 1,180
- Season Rank: 7,912
Big Picture: *I forgot to submit a lineup week one at Safeway because I’m an idiot.
That’s more like it. I’d point out that Jason Day was on my bench but I can’t do anything about that now. I should have taken my advice from last week to “sub correctly”.
These big boy events won’t allow me to catch up as everyone is going to be using the same fellas because they don’t have to worry about starts. We’ll start moving quicker up the leaderboard, hopefully, with Las Vegas, Mayakoba and Sea Island.
It’s hardly a surprise in this game to load up on the chalk weekly but usually starts are an issue.
Not this segment.
Not in these last two weeks.
Gamers need to load up and get it right as the majority of the big players won’t be moving on to the final three events of the fall portion of the schedule.
The only scoring this week, same as last, will be exactly that, scoring.
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