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Find Value With These Arnold Palmer Invitational DFS Picks and Targets

Find Value With These Arnold Palmer Invitational DFS Picks and Targets

The PGA Tour just provided a sudden-death playoff matchup at the Honda Classic, and now we’re getting a star-studded field in Orlando, Florida, during the 2023 Arnold Palmer Invitational. Located at the challenging Bay Hill Club & Lodge, constructed and designed by the late golfer Arnold Palmer, players will have to deal with lengthy, narrow fairways and numerous water hazards. It’s a different layout than PGA National, where Chris Kirk outdueled rookie Eric Cole on the 18th hole twice in a row last weekend. However, there are still a lot of strategically placed sand bunkers, doglegged fairways, and water hazards to remind players that they’re competing in the Sunshine State.

It’s always a blast setting DFS lineups in bigger PGA Tour events, as we can land huge value with proven players. Of course, paying up for a couple of blue chip prospects is often a necessity, but playing contrarian in a talented field of 120 players that includes Jon Rahm, Scottie Scheffler, Max Homa, and others becomes much easier to execute. There is an added layer of difficulty on tough courses like Bay Hill, which will see heavy winds throughout the four-day forecast. Ball-striking power and precision will be even more important when it comes to staying atop the leaderboard and grinding out birdies. After all, birdies and eagles are the premium currency when playing PGA DFS. Cashing contests rely heavily upon a player’s ability to log red scores, outweighing the occasional bogey by 3X the point value. Don’t be afraid to roster players who go for it and wind up with a decorated scorecard. 


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