Hi and welcome to my website! My name is Jason Spry. I am a recreational fantasy golf player who is constantly working on his game. I’m not a professional but I am competitive and love to play.

I play in the weekly fantasy golf games offered at DraftKings. I would play at FanDuel as well but there is no Fantasy Golf at FanDuel currently.

This website is going to focus on weekly fantasy golf at the sites that I play at. It’s because it is what I know. You can come here each week to find a post on the home page that has links to the tips, tools, threads, posts, rankings, resources and pretty much whatever I can find about this weeks fantasy golf contest. I will also link any promotions, upcoming tournaments, resources, strategy articles and the link focused around fantasy PGA.

Weekly Fantasy Golf – What I Play

So like I mentioned I am an avid player of the daily fantasy golf leagues, however I am not a big time player. I play casually in my free time and I keep my risk limited to money that I can afford to lose. With that said I am extremely competitive by nature and love the challenge of out-playing my competition.

Contests you can usually find me in
I play by Spry13 on DraftKings and I am in the cheaper contests every week. I get in the single entry contests up to $5 or $12 per week, and I will run a few line-ups in the smaller buy-in large field guaranteed tournaments, like the $2 buy-in. I play for recreation (and for content for this site) but I’m competitive and will take my shots whenever the timing seems right.

PGA Chip Shot – Huge contest in terms of numbers of entries. A $2 entry fee and usually between $4,000+ guaranteed each week make this a no-brainer tournament to play. This event gets a few thousand entries weekly and for only a $2 buy-in with 1st place paying $500+ you can see why.

PGA Par 5 – This is a much smaller contest with only 345 entries and a $5 buy-in. Considerably fewer opponents make this one a good tournament to test your skills in. First place is usually $175+ and it pays out 75 places.

PGA Divot and Caddy – These are single entry events meaning that you can enter one line-up and one line up only. These are $1 and $5 respectively. I like these because everyone is entering their “best” line-up into the single entry fantasy pga leagues. Compared to the large field tournaments where you can enter up to 50-100 line-ups each.

PGA Daily Free Contest – Why not, right? 1 entry into it and you can win some prize each week. Usually $10-$50 worth of prizes (entries into other contests)

Random satellites – They have big contests for the majors and on-going satellites and step tournaments. I get in these whenever there appears to be good value.

Like I said, I play in these games. I’m straight forward with who I am here. I’m not an expert but I’m honest in my fantasy golf site recommendations, resources and tools and who I like in the weekly golf picks, whenever published.

I hope you stick around, bookmark this site and check us out each week for the latest in fantasy golf.

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Do not risk more than you can afford to lose.

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