The PGA Tour heads to Dublin, Ohio this week for the 2020 Workday Charity Open at Muirfield Golf Club. Before setting your Fantasy golf lineups, you NEED to check out data scientist Rick Gehman's power rankings.
With his expansive database of golf statistics, course data and betting odds, Gehman creates advanced models and back-tests them constantly. These models produced 11 outright winners in the past year -- including 30-1 Webb Simpson at the 2020 RBC Heritage, 50-1 Chez Reavie at last year's Travelers and 40-1 Patrick Reed at the Northern Trust among nine PGA Tour winners -- plus a $10,000 DraftKings win at The Masters.
Last week at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, Gehman put Bryson DeChambeau atop his Fantasy rankings. The result? DeChambeau fired a 23-under, winning the tournament by three strokes. Gehman also was much higher than most analysts on Kevin Kisner. The massive longshot finished third, and anyone who followed Gehman's advice was handsomely rewarded.
At this year's WGC-Mexico Championship, four of Gehman's top six golfers finished tied for sixth or better!
Now, Gehman has revealed his top 30 players for the Workday Charity Open. We can tell you he's high on Viktor Hovland even though he's not among the top favorites. Another shocker: Gehman is fading Hideki Matsuyma, who's tied for the fourth-best odds with Brooks Koepka.
Gehman also loves a chronically underrated player who missed the cut in his last tournament, but is tailor-made for this golf course. In fact, this multiple-time PGA Tour winner isn't even in the Top 100 on this year's money list, so he's being dangerously overlooked. You absolutely NEED to see who it is before entering any Fantasy golf lineups.
Who wins the Workday Charity Open? Who are the top golfers to target? And which overlooked player can help you win BIG? ... Join SportsLine now to get Rick Gehman's Fantasy golf power rankings for the Workday Charity Open, all from the data scientist whose models produced 11 outright winners in the past year!