Dell Technologies Championship fantasy picks: Who should you pick at TPC Boston?

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Need help with your Dell Technologies fantasy picks? Don’t worry our fantasy golf expert Matthew Beedle has you covered with a run down of the big names, value for money players and sleeper picks for the first event of the FedEx Cup play-offs.

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Dell Technologies Championship fantasy picks

The PGA Tour heads to TPC Boston for the Dells Technologies Championship as the race for the $10 million FedEx Cup bonus hots up.

Rickie Fowler has pulled out with the same oblique injury that prevented him from playing at Ridgewood where Bryson DeChambeau’s victory propelled him to the top of the FedEx Cup standings.

The aim in this year’s game is to pick the right players to match the RankBuster. This week’s is set at 149 so who can you fit in your team to beat it? Here are my Dell Technologies fantasy picks.

Jordan Spieth

Fantasy Rank: 7

It’s not been the best year for the ‘Golden Child’ but would it really be a shock to the system if Spieth pulled some form out of thin air to win the FedEx Cup?

He finished second here last year behind Justin Thomas

Tony Finau

Fantasy Rank: 12

Finau is hitting form at the right time ahead of Jim Furyk’s captain’s picks in a few weeks time and currently sits fourth in the FedEx standings with nine top 10 finishes this season.

The only criteria  Finau is missing is a win on tour this year, if he nails a win this week you’d hope he’d be handed a plane ticket to Paris at the end of the month.

Patrick Reed

Fantasy Rank: 18

Reed has a great record at TPC Boston over the last three years having finished T6 last year, T5 in 2016 and T4 in 2015.

The American goes into the Dell Technologies Championship off the back of a T25 finish at Ridgewood last week.

Gary Woodland

Fantasy Rank: 29

Woodland threatened a good finish last week after two rounds of 68 on Friday and Saturday bumped him up the leaderboard but a final round of 73 meant he finished T48.

His form prior to that read T22-T17-T6, the T6 finish coming at the PGA Championship at the start of the month. He also finished T18 here last year.

Daniel Berger

Fantasy Rank: 43

Comes off a T15 finish at Ridgewood thanks to a final round of three under par and bounced back after his missed cut at the Wyndham Championship.

It is projected that he requires a 43rd place or better to qualify for the BMW Championship.

Emiliano Grillo

Fantasy Rank: 47

Grillo never got going last week at Ridgewood but still managed to finish inside the top 50 and was never in threat of missing the cut. A third round of 72 stalled the Argentinian over the weekend and he couldn’t get a could run going to gain some valuable FedEx Cup points.

He currently sits 48th in the FedEx Cup standings but will be looking to get himself into a healthy position to try and have a run of qualifying for for the top 25 for East Lake

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