Texas Open: Top 5 DraftKings Picks for TPC San Antonio

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Daniel Summerhays — $7,000

It hasn’t been a great year for this Utahan, but course history buffs have long circled this week as a potential return to form for Summerhays. With his impressive track record at the Oaks Course, he’s got a chance to pick up some much-needed momentum in the Lone Star State.

With four career top 15s at the Valero Texas Open, including a tie for second in 2014 and a tie for fourth the following year, Summerhays has one of the best course histories of anyone in this week’s field. Unfortunately, he hasn’t been able to get much of anything going in 2017, having posted just one top 20 on the year so far. But fear not — that downturn in form comes with a silver lining. At just $7,000 in DraftKings, Summerhays’ salary is low for a player with a track record like his, so he has the potential to be a massive bargain this week.

It might seem counterintuitive to invest in a player who’s been struggling so much, but this 33-year-old’s experience should help him defy his form. Going up against a weak field, his past results are a major calling card, so don’t be afraid to take the plunge.