2022 Shriners Children's Open betting and DFS picks: Current form, course fit and horses for courses
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2022 Shriners Children’s Open betting and DFS picks: Current form, course fit and horses for courses



Each week, including this week's 2022 Shriners Children's Open, Golf News Net offers PGA Tour betting picks and daily fantasy sports (DFS) lineups using our proprietary model, which is weighted toward longer-term performance.

However, we don't just use our model when making these picks. We also need to look at current form, course fits and horses for courses. This data can and should help inform our decision making, including validating things we see in the model. If everything lines up, then a player can become an auto-play. If only some parts of the equation suggest a player will perform well this week, then we may look more tepidly at investing in a player.

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