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Round 4 Recap — Sunday
Brian Gay wins the Bermuda Championship in a playoff
It has been a while between wins for Gay ($6,300; 116.5 DKFP), who last won in January 2013 at the Humana Challenge before claiming a win at the Bermuda Championship on Sunday. He was a great value for the 1.8% of entries that had him in the $400K Resurgence GPP. Gay defeated Wyndham Clark ($7,400; 117.0 DKFP) on the first hole of a playoff after shooting a seven-under in the final round. Gay made nine birdies to go with his two bogeys in regulation and birdied the playoff hole as well. Overnight leader Doc Redman ($10,400; 96.5 DKFP) faded to a T4 finish with a two-under round on Sunday. — Zach Thompson
Denny McCarthy surges to a top-five finish after -8 on Sunday
McCarthy ($9,500; 105.0 DKFP) shot the best round of the final day at the Bermuda Championship with an eight-under that moved him from T24 to T4 and his second top-10 of the young season. Veteran Stewart Cink ($7,900; 100.5 DKFP) continued his strong start to the season as well and tied with McCarthy after shooting a very nice -7. Ollie Schniederjans ($6,200; 101.0 DKFP) finished solo third as a great value play, and David Hearn ($6,700; 89 DKFP), Kramer Hickok ($6,800; 91.5 DKFP) and Matt Jones ($7,400; 97 DKFP) were also low-cost options that finished in the top 10. — Zach Thompson
Round 3 Recap — Saturday
Doc Redman moves into first place at Bermuda Championship
Redman ($10,400; 95 DKFP) rose three spots to take the lead through 54 holes at 10-under at the Bermuda Championship thanks to a four-under 67 on Saturday. The 22-year-old Clemson product, who’s 19% owned in the $400K Resurgence contest, poured in three birdies on the front nine and two on the back to give him 13 on the week, bogeying just his fifth hole of the tournament in the process. Redman has also picked up a birdie streak bonus and an eagle in Bermuda. He has a one-shot lead over three opponents tied at -9: Ryan Armour ($6,600; 80 DKFP), Wyndham Clark ($7,400; 88.5 DKFP) and Kramer Hickok ($6,800; 77 DKFP). — Kenny Ducey
Matt Jones in contention following third round of Bermuda Championship
Jones ($7,400; 74.5 DKFP) entered Saturday of the Bermuda Championship five shots off the lead, but he has cut the deficit to just two heading into the final round. He shot a score of five-under-par 66 on Saturday, which pushed his overall score to eight-under-par. That was the second-best round on the course and puts him just slightly behind overall leader Doc Redman ($10,400; 95 DKFP). The best round on the course Saturday belonged to Ryan Brehm ($6,500; 63 DKFP), which vaulted him up to a tie for 11th place. Brehm was used very sparingly in DFS this week — he had an approximate ownership of just 0.65% across DraftKings tournaments — and Jones was only slightly more popular at 3.25%. That could make both golfers very important on Sunday. — Matt LaMarca
Round 2 Recap — Friday
Ryan Armour and Wyndham Clark tied for lead after second round of Bermuda Championship
The second round of the Bermuda Championship was technically cut short due to weather issues, but Armour ($6,600) and Clark ($7,400) will be tied for first place when the third round kicks off on Saturday. The conditions were brutal on Friday, with winds approaching 30 miles per hour at times, but Armour was able to shoot a score of one-under-par to push his score to eight-under-par for the tournament. Clark was slightly better on Friday, posting a round of three-under-par. The best round of the day belonged to Kiradech Aphibarnrat, who shot a five-under-par 66 to move within three shots of the lead. Clark is currently the betting favorite at +500 on the DraftKings Sportsbook, while Armour and Doc Redman ($10,400) aren’t far behind at +750. — Matt LaMarca
Wesley Bryan headlines notable cuts at Bermuda Championship
The cut line technically isn’t official at the Bermuda Championship after play was suspended on Friday, but it will almost certainly be at one-over-par when play resumes. There are only four players left to finish their round, which shouldn’t have any effect on the final cut line. That means that Bryan ($7,800) will not be playing this weekend, which will disappoint a lot of fantasy owners. He had an average ownership of approximately 29.2% across DraftKings’ tournaments this week, which made him the second-highest owned golfer in the field. Justin Suh ($8,700), Henrik Norlander ($8,900) and Harold Varner III ($10,700) are also expected to miss the cut despite being rostered at a top-10 frequency. — Matt LaMarca
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