The 2010 Wyndham Championship Six Pack

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The 2010 Wyndham Championship Six Pack

If I hear the word, “bunker” one more time in the next five days, I may actually vomit up a small pile of sand.

That pile of vomited sand, no doubt, would be significantly larger than the, “bunker” that Dustin Johnson was penalized two strokes for grounding his club in. It is a debate that will rage on for at least another week, and will probably be revisited in 2015 when the US Open is played at Whistling Straits.

All we know is that we missed out on a beautiful opportunity to net an awesome 50+:1 pay day and had to settle for a nauseating T5 finish that netted just over 12:1 to at least make the week an overall push. The pain intensifies, when considering we had also Nick Watney and Matt Kuchar who were also way atop the leader board after Saturday evening. Watney shoots a cool 81 on Sunday and Kuchar also flirts with the wrong side of par to finish tied for tenth.

Ouch.

This week we head to Greensboro, North Carolina home of the Wyndham Championship. This field is weaker than an airport cocktail, but guess what? We have some fantastic value offered up this week and Bottom Line Jay has sifted feverishly through this event to find the best six guys that he could.

Yahoo Fantasy saw a week filled with mediocrity for me. I didn’t get hurt real bad, but I didn’t really get helped either.  I am now sitting around the 74th percentile in my group FOHM and am in the 79th percentile overall. I lost some ground on the Yahoo experts, but nothing we can’t recover this week. I lead Arkush by 221. I trail Romig by 217, Vara by 32, and Planer by lucky 13.

This week I have a decent lineup and here it is:

GROUP A

Start   Jason Dufner

Sit  Jonathan Byrd

 

GROUP B

Start  Alex Cejka and Fredrik Jacobson

Sit  Kevin Na and Kevin Stadler

 

GROUP C

Start  Carl Petterson

Sit  Brandt Snedeker

Here are my honorable mentions for the week:  Austin 50:1, Bettencourt 66:1, Na 40:1, Snedeker 25:1, and Kevin Stadler at 80:1 odds.

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