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If you finish in the top 10, 20% of the time, you tee it up on tour. That is very solid. But stop me if you’ve heard this one before, imagine if that guy could putt, let’s go welcome to the cut maker, golf podcast, your home for in depth reviews of PGA players, that will help you make more informed daily fantasy plays and golf wagers. Four days a week, we provide five to seven minutes on a different PGA tour player from the most famous to some that you’ve never heard of each Wednesday, we will highlight the tournament of the week and give out one of our plays for that tournament. Don’t want to spend a ton of time doing golf research. We’re still here to help text golf. Two eight five five golf pod that’s techs golf two (855) 465-3763 for $25 a weekend. The price of a large pizza, double vodka, red bull or whatever you’re into you’ll receive our top three fantasy golf plays picks to win the tournament that week and tournament head the head wagers that we like more importantly, you’ll receive our round by round head to head matchup place that we believe provide one of the greatest values in sports betting today.
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Brian Palmer has spent two decades as professional golfer has four wins on the PGA tour and two top tens of majors. His last solo PGA tour win was in 2010, but since 2018, January, 2018, to be specific, he has finished top 10, nine times. That’s just under 20% of his tournaments. Palmer’s 43, went to North, Texas and Texas a and M and lives in Dallas. He’s incredibly streaky player. And when he’s playing well, he can absolutely catch fire. He’s had the following runs over the past eight years and 2012 for top tens in five tournaments and 2013 back to back top tens in 2014, five top tens and 11 tournaments in 2015, top 25 and six out of seven tournaments in 2016 back to back to back top 25, twice in 2017, he had a tough year, but he did have back-to-back top fifteens and from 2018 to now, he’s top 10.
As I said in just under 20% of his tournaments, let’s take a look at Ryan Palmer stats. He’s a great ball, striker and DraftKings point score who ranks inside the top 30 and both over the last 100 rounds. He’s 28th in total driving in 2020. He was 20, 79th and 2019 59th in 2018. And so he’s consistently in the top third of drivers on tour off the tee. He’s a great wedge player ranking inside the top 10 on tour. We’re between a hundred and 150 yards, and he’s an elite birdie maker raking 10th and Birdie’s gain, but blows up too often, ranking 120 second in double bogeys avoided Palmer’s Achilles heel on and around the greens. He has an awful short game ranking, 219th around the greens, but putting his everything with him and his last three years, 16 times he’s lost three plus strokes putting and still made the cut, including two top twenties in his career.
He has gained strokes putting at least one 62 times, and he’s only missed four cuts. So as you can see, putting is absolutely critical with Ryan Palmer. So where do we want to play Ryan Palmer? When you look at his top tens over the past five years, they’ve really been all over the place. It’s impossible to pin down a quote course type because he’s had success and struggled on nearly every type of distance or green. He does seem to show up for certain events. However, the Honda classic, where he has two top fives and a total of six top thirties, he has only missed one cut there at nine appearances at the farmer’s. He has three straight top 20 fives, including a second place finish the Charles Schwab, AKA the Dean and DeLuca AKA the Fort worth invitational. He has three top fives, a total of four top tens and two mis-cuts and eight trips here.
The Northern trust at Liberty national. He has a top five and a sixth and has never missed a cut in seven visits at the Sony. And Hawaii has been there eight times and has a fourth and eight and two more top twenties with only two ms cuts. He hasn’t played any majors check. He hasn’t played any masters since 2015, and he had a top five of the PGA six years ago, but struggled other than that made three of his last four cuts in the open championship, but nothing remarkable. And he’s really struggled. His last four U S open’s missing three or four cuts from a DFS and wagering pricing perspective. He’s priced in the 50 to one and do 101 range and most tournaments. And generally in the five to 10 range four, excuse me, five to 10 to one range for a top 10 and two to three to one of her top 20, not a guy I’m going to bet to win, but often a guy I will make a top 20 and an occasion, an occasional top 10 play on DK pricing wise. He’s in the mid sevens terminates depending on the quality of the field, that price for a guy who has legit top 10 upside and who can make birdies is a great DK play. Thanks for listening to the cup maker podcast, where we give you the daily information. You need to make more informed DFS and wagering decisions on the PGA tour. Check us out at cutmakerpod.com.