If you're a DraftKings daily fantasy golf player, you know you can have a weekend without a sweat if your six golfers in your lineup don't make the cut. Without getting your entire team to play all four rounds, there's pretty much no chance you'll make money. That previously meant waiting until the next week's tournament to be able to play again.
With the 2017 Masters, DraftKings is introducing Weekend Golf games and tournaments. This will allow DraftKings daily fantasy golf players to play in games which span only the final two rounds of a tournament. The concept is still the same as DraftKings daily fantasy golf games, but it's a truncated period of holes, and you know you're working with players who have made the cut.
DraftKings Weekend Golf games begin with the Masters and will be available for all PGA Tour and European Tour events moving forward.