Week two of a three-week Asian jaunt finds the Tour at a brand-new event on a course that hasn’t been seen by many. It also finds 78 players lining up for a shot to claim $9.25 million, one of the biggest prize pools in the history of the Tour. Interesting angles and theories this week to say the least! Is it time to pull the trigger on this guy? Each week I painfully writhe and wretch trying to figure out the proper strategy to find a player that will hit the top 10.
It’s off to Korea and Jeju Island for a brand-new event. They’re not messing around here as the payday is hyper-lucrative yet the field is only 78 players. That should make your decision MUCH easier! Each week, I’ll put my angles, theories and lineups in here for you to peruse, copy, fade or argue. Don’t forget to join the conversation @MikeGlasscott or send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. For all fantasy games I play as @MikeGlasscott or MikeGlasscott so I’m not hiding from anyone!
Week three of the new season takes the Tour to Korea for a brand-new event on a brand-new track. THE CJ CUP AT NINE BRIDGESYards: 7,196 per the official scorecard;Water Hazards: creek runs through the front nine. Weather: The exact opposite of last week in Malaysia: cool and breezy. This will win you a bar bet I:The winner of this event will be paid MOAR than the winner of the Tour Championship last month. Remember, this is a fantasy golf column, not a travel guide, so apologies in advance.
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