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Final round DFS Showdown picks for Wyndham Championship

They’re going low in Greensboro. Who will do it on the last day as well? We break down Wyndham Championship DFS options for the final round.

Matthew Wolff of the United States plays his shot from the 18th tee during the third round of the Rocket Mortgage Classic on July 04, 2020 at the Detroit Golf Club in Detroit, Michigan. Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

On the heels of a 62, including an ace on the third hole, Si Woo Kim has a two-shot lead at -18 at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina entering the final round.

For the leaders it does look like any weather will both the leaders, but on what might be a slightly wet course on a tomorrow, it’s expected to be at most in the high-70’s tomorrow in Greensboro. Finding golfers that can get low, or correct a bad hole that’s hurt them so far, could be the key to victory. Keep in mind DGC is a Par 70 setup with four Par 3’s and two Par 5’s.

We make some picks for Round 4 below. Enter your lineups here.

Tommy Fleetwood ($9,300)

Yes he shot 73 on Sunday at the PGA Championship last week when he still wasn’t out of it. But that seems to be the exception to the rule. Fleetwood is still 8th in final round scoring average at 68.43, and was 2nd on tour before his rough round at Harding Park. And a nice round today can increase the size of his direct deposit as he enters at -9.

Kevin Kisner ($9,100)

Scores of 69-64-65 so far, and can go very low to get himself in contention at -12. But he also had the fifth-most birdies last week at TPC Harding Park and the PGA Championship for a T19. For a golfer that hasn’t been scoring well by the metrics, he appears to be turning it around.

Dylan Frittelli ($8,100)

His last three final rounds at regular tour events? 62, 76, 66. He can be all over the place, but the scoring talent is there. And he’s 11th in birdie average on tour, meaning for DFS players he can score. You’ll take six birdies and six bogeys over 12 pars every time on your roster, and Frittelli plays the kind of risk/reward golf you’re looking for.

Zach Johnson ($7,000)

It’s hard to back up a 61, which was Johnson’s third-round score. But eight birdies and an eagle have put on the border of contention at -12, and he’s gone from 70-67-61. Consistency has been his issue this year, but he appears to be working out the good round-bad round patter he’s been having. Worth putting on some rosters.