2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open Sleeper Picks

Waste Management Phoenix Open Sleeper PicksOne of the most fun events for fans and players on the PGA Tour is the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Record crowds spill on to the golf course and most end up at the 16th hole stadium course also known as the Coliseum to cheer or jeer players on each of their shots…the weekend can be so much fun to watch that making DraftKings Sleeper Picks for the WM Phoenix Open is almost secondary in importance.

For those that haven’t seen pictures of the crowds, the TPC Scottsdale Stadium course has an actual stadium built around the 16th hole. Players that hit the green are cheered as heroes, players that miss the green are booed mercilessly and players that hit a hole in one are celebrated like kings. Some golfers tolerate it, some play up to the crowd but it is a lot of fun and worth checking out.

The Waste Management Phoenix Open goes back to being played on just one course (a change from the last two events) but even though it’s still a cut line of 70 golfers, only a field of 130 will start the tournament which narrows things down a bit when making fantasy golf picks.

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Expert Draftkings Sleeper Picks for the WM Phoenix Open

Waste Management Phoenix Open Golf Course

TPC Scottsdale par 71 - 7,261 yards

TPC Scottsdale has a few tough holes but generally is a pretty easy course. Since 1999 the winner hasn’t shot lower than -14 with Phil shooting a -28 in 2013. Golfers that hit it long or short are equal here as the winner is generally who plays their iron shots the best.

Hitting the greens with the second shot is the key to winning the Waste Management Phoenix Open with most past winners ranking high in stats like Greens in Regulation percentage and Strokes Gained Teen to Green.

Hole 16 with the Stadium and frat party surroundings will be one test followed by the drivable Par 4 17th hole at only 332 yards in which some golfers will have to club down from the driver instead of risking flying it over the green.

Look for fantasy golf picks and WM Phoenix Open Sleeper Picks that overall have a good approach game and tee to green stats. Putting stats aren’t as big this week but obviously taking advantage of eagle opportunities and birdie tries will be a difference maker. Look at PGA Tour stats to see who excels at Birdie or Better percentage (BOB%).

2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open Tournament Preview

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2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open Sleeper Picks

Patton Kizzire - Kizzire is a nice sleeper pick to look at because he won’t get much ownership at DFS sites and will be a low cost sleeper at all of them. He is 3 for 3 in making cuts at the TPC Scottsdale although none of those cuts were finishes that you would want to boast about but he has had a solid start to the 2018/2019 PGA Tour season and has the game to break out on any given week and put up a win against the best golfers. He should be a solid enough pick to make the cut and help you fit in favorites to win the Phoenix Open, just don’t set your expectations too high for him.

Ollie Schniederjans - I like Schniederjans for fantasy games but so far this year he’s been pretty brutal. Nevertheless, he will come into the Waste Management Phoenix Open as a true longshot pick but don’t sleep on this sleeper! He has played TPC Scottsdale twice finishing 24th and in 3rd last year and his golf game sets up well for this course. He won’t be a high cost at any DFS site and he will be a high risk/reward fantasy pick…but one worth looking at if you are playing multiple lineups.

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