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Round 4 Recap — Sunday
Collin Morikawa wins WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession
In just his third WGC event, Morikawa ($9,000; 128.0 DKFP) won the WGC Workday Championship by three strokes over Billy Horschel ($7,000; 105.50 DKFP), Brooks Koepka ($9,500; 107.0 DKFP) and Viktor Hovland ($9,400; 124.0 DKFP). Morikawa shot a very solid three-under on Sunday with four birdies following his lone bogey of the day, which came on hole No. 2. He comfortably bested the elite field at The Concession Golf Club, which handed out high numbers for almost all the top golfers, including Dustin Johnson ($11,600; 68.5 DKFP) who shot a six-over 78 on Sunday and finished T54. The 24-year-old has now won four times on the PGA TOUR over the past two years and adds this prestigious win to the Wanamaker Trophy that he won last August. — Zach Thompson
Cameron Smith bounces back after disastrous third round with a strong 67 Sunday
All week, The Concession Golf Club yielded volatile results with scores ranging from one to 10 on a single hole. Smith ($8,700; 85.5 DKFP) experienced both the best of times and the worst of times this week. He was actually in the lead before a double and a triple bogey resulted in a five-over 77 Saturday as he slid all the way to 20th. He turned things around Sunday and improved by 10 shots with a five-under 67 and improve to T12. His round was tied for the second-best of the day, with Carlos Ortiz ($7,300; 82.5) posting a six-under for the low round of the day. Kevin Na ($6,800; 84.0 DKFP) matched Smith’s 67 and also finished tied for 12th, and Viktor Hovland ($9,400; 124.0 DKFP) used his five-under to move into a tie for second. — Zach Thompson
Round 3 Recap — Saturday
Collin Morikawa catches fire and grabs solo lead at The Concession
Morikawa ($9,000; 110 DKFP) had it going in Saturday’s third round of the Workday Championship at The Concession, going on a torrid birdie run to card a five-under 67. The American birdied three and gave it right back with a bogey on the fourth before birdieing a ridiculous seven of the next eight holes. Two bogeys on the closing six holes left him in a slightly less-favorable spot, but still the day was a success. It was his first birdie streak of the week, which hasn’t yet featured a bogey-free round. Morikawa heads into Sunday all alone atop the leaderboard at -15, two shots clear of Billy Horschel ($7,000; 88 DKFP) and Brooks Koepka ($9,500; 88.5 DKFP). He currently has +175 odds to win the event on DraftKings Sportsbook. — Kenny Ducey
Rory McIlroy headlines Saturday’s low rounds at WGC-Workday Championship
McIlroy ($10,400; 88.5 DKFP) made his mark on moving day, carding seven birdies and an eagle at The Concession Golf Club. The eighth-ranked golfer in the world was one of three players to post a six-under 66 on Saturday. The other two were Victor Hovland ($9,400; 85 DKFP) and Min Woo Lee ($6,000; 63 DKFP). Hovland was the second highest owned golfer in DraftKings $1 Million Flop Shot tournament at 23.04%, while Lee was essentially unowned at 0.16%. After his huge move up the leaderboard, McIlroy carries +1100 to secure a win at the Workday Championship on Sunday, which are the fifth-best odds on DraftKings Sportsbook. — Alex Hunter
Round 2 Recap — Friday
Brooks Koepka leads after second round of WGC-Workday Championship
Koepka ($9,500) has not had a great start to the year, but he currently owns sole possession of the lead after the second round of the WGC-Workday Championship. Koepka did win the Phoenix Open two starts ago, but he’s finished 38th and missed three cuts in his four other most recent outings. He opened with a five-under-par 67 on Thursday and followed that up with a six-under-par 66 on Friday, and he finished with seven birdies and one bogey during the second round. He owns a one-shot lead over Billy Horschel ($7,000), Collin Morikawa ($9,000) and Cameron Smith ($8,700), who are all tied for second at 10-under-par. Koepka has moved to a +275 favorite on DraftKings Sportsbook, which puts him just slightly ahead of Morikawa (+650). — Matt LaMarca
Collin Morikawa, Bryson DeChambeau card 64s Friday at WGC-Workday
Morikawa ($9,000) and DeChambeau ($9,900) both caught fire on Friday, racking up eight and nine birdies, respectively. Morikawa now only trails Brooks Koepka ($9,500) by one stroke for the lead and sports the second-best odds to win on DraftKings Sportsbook (+650). It is also worth noting that the 24-year-old was only 8.47% owned in DraftKings' $1 Million Flop Shot tournament. As for DeChambeau, his impressive round on Friday was a huge bounce back for the bomber. After missing the cut last week at the Genesis Invitational, he posted a five-over 77 on Thursday at The Concession. After these two, we saw Koepka, Cameron Smith ($8,700), Abraham Ancer ($6,800), Hideki Matsuyama ($8,400) and Justin Thomas ($10,500) all flourish on Friday with six-under 66s. — Alex Hunter
Round 1 Recap — Thursday
Matthew Fitzpatrick, Webb Simpson sit atop WGC-Workday Championship leaderboard
After 18 holes of the WGC-Workday Championship, Fitzpatrick ($8,500) and Simpson ($9,100) share the lead after shooting -6 on the day. Fitzpatrick tallied six birdies with the only streak coming on holes 14 and 15. That was good for 57 DKFP. Simpson bogeyed hole five, but notched seven birdies with two separate streaks — on holes two and three then on holes 15, 16 and 17. That translated to 58.5 DKFP. DK Sportsbook has Simpson at +700 to win while Fitzpatrick is at +1100. — Stan Son
Brook Koepka off to good start at The Concession
Koepka ($9,500; 41 DKFP) had a solid opening round at the Workday Championship, carding a five-under 67 to sit in a tie for second place. Koepka, who was 11.9% owned in the $1M Flop Shot contest, carded six birdies on the afternoon against just one bogey. He was just one big name to make a splash on Thursday. Tony Finau ($9,800; 30.5 DKFP), who garnered 22.2% ownership, sits in a tie for seventh at four-under with Jon Rahm ($11,100; 32 DKFP), who checked in at 17%. The uber-popular Joaqin Niemann ($8,100; 27 DKFP), who was 26.5% owned, is at -3. They’re all chasing Matt Fitzpatrick ($8,500; 57 DKFP) and Webb Simpson ($9,100; 58.5 DKFP), who share the lead at -6. — Kenny Ducey
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