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We have two events this week, with the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play hosting most of the world top 66 in Austin, Texas, and then the Dominican Republic playing host to the second-annual Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship. It's a 132-player field at Puntacana, including Tony Romo, as well a good number of solid players.
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2019 Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Sungjae Im -- I've been high on Im all year, and he's continuing to show why he's going to be a long-term stud. He won in a tropical environment last year on the Web.com Tour, so he should handle this well.
2. Jhonattan Vegas -- Vegas is such a variable player that it's hard to recommend him most weeks. However, coming off a great Players, I'm willing to ride the train.
3. Joel Dahmen -- Was disappointing to see Dahmen fizzle out quickly after taking the Round 1 lead at Valspar, but he's become a cut-making machine who is now figuring out how to be a better finisher.
4. Denny McCarthy -- McCarthy is playing very good golf, notching a top-10 finish at Valspar. He likes courses where short game and putting matter most.
5. Rory Sabbatini -- The Slovakian (yep) has been playing good golf of late, though he also seems to slay in weaker fields.
6. Charl Schwartzel -- The South African entered the opposite-field event in Puerto Rico to save the top-100 ranking. He did that, and then did well at PGA National. Back down south since. But he's superior in this field.
7. Nate Lashley -- In limited action this year, Lashley has made every cut but one (Bay Hill). He's better than most players in the weaker field events like this one, and he was T-8 in Puerto Rico.
8. Rafael Campos -- I think Campos is poised for a good week. He languished in Puerto Rico, perhaps feeling the pressure of potentially winning coming off a Web.com Tour win. Not as much pressure here.
9. Adam Schenk -- Schenk has made plenty of cuts this year, and that's solid in this event. Not expecting a top-10, but I'm expecting a cash.
10. Joaquin Niemann -- Niemann isn't as good as he was coming out of the gate, but he's so talented that he's got to figure it out soon enough.
My primary DraftKings lineup
- Joaquin Niemann - $9,900
- Joel Dahmen - $9,100
- Rory Sabbatini - $8,800
- Adam Schenk - $7,400
- Brian Stuard - $7,400
- Rafael Campos - $7,300
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