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WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational DFS Showdown picks for Round 4 at TPC Southwind

The latest World Golf Champion will raise the trophy today. See if you can join them as a winner in DFS today!

Jordan Spieth of the United States looks on from the second tee during the third round of the World Golf Championship-FedEx St Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind on August 01, 2020 in Memphis, Tennessee. Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

Brendon Todd holds a one-shot lead at -12 at the WGC FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis at TPC Southwind. But his -1 69 yesterday opened the door for a deep field that has Byeong Hun An (-11), Rickie Fowler (-10), Brooks Koepka (-9), and Justin Thomas (-8) lurking right behind him.

The weather shouldn’t be an issue as it’s expected to be a gorgeous 86 degree day in Memphis tomorrow. We’re back to twosomes, with the first groups scheduled to begin at 7:50 a.m. and everyone starting on the #1 tee only for the first time this weekend.

We make some DFS picks for the final round below. Enter your lineups here.

Brooks Koepka ($9,500)

Posted six birdies as part of his 68 on Saturday, and the defending champion in this event can still go low when needed. He tends to play his best when the pressure is on, and with 11 out of 12 rounds under par here, he can score on this course when needed. And of everyone in contention in the top five, he’s the only one with a major. Which also means he’s the only one with four majors.

Jordan Spieth ($8,900)

The beauty of Spieth in DFS is his ability to score in the most dramatic ways possible. And when the birdies and eagles help more than the bogeys and doubles hurt, that’s the dream scenario for the Texan. He has 14 birdies in his 54 holes so far, but at -5 he’s going to try and post a number to get in contention tomorrow. And that means big swings, which is good for scoring.

Matthew Wolff ($7,100)

Take away his disaster 74 on Tuesday that saw him go out in 39, and he’s gone 69-65 this week. Shot 65-69 on the weekend here last year, and his -2 overall will allow the 21-year-old Oklahoma State Cowboy to play free and let his game do the work tomorrow. A perfect opportunity for an excellent young player to let his talent pick up some tour cash.