Posted on April 08, 2015 by Dan Perry
A couple of notes before I get into my picks.
I commented on the weather in my last article. I think the rain is going to be more of a factor than the wind from looks of things. The rain will slow things down and make bigger hitters even more popular. However, if the wind picks up an underdog could surprise everyone. (Jamie Donaldson, Kevin Na, Matt Every)
Rory McIlroy: Yes I think he can win, and the only person that really can beat him is himself. However, with the parity in golf these days there is just no way can I justify spending $2700 more than the next closest golfer Bubba Watson who has won it two of the last three years. It’s just not worth it in my opinion.
Tiger Woods: Trust me I want to pick him more than you do. He just seems different in his approach to the game right now. Hugs on the practice area lawn, ear buds and music while chipping, goofing off during the practice rounds and fist bumping fans. Did you know he used to be hypnotized before golfing back in the day? Like real scy-opps military stuff. Now he is cheerful and enjoying himself and I love it, he deserves it. I will cheer for him, but i won't bet on him this weekend.
Ok. On to my guys.
Posted on April 08, 2015 by Nicholas Morgan
What a weekend it’s going to be, Sunday evening will bring us the 2015 Masters Champion after which we can roll right into the season premiere of Game of Thrones. Can life get any better than that? Well, it would be even better if while watching Game of Thrones I was figuring out how to spend the $1,000,000 I just won. But hey, if I can’t win it, maybe one of you can. That would be great too!
Yesterday I took a look at some mid-range ($6,000-$8,000) players who could make the difference in your Masters’ lineups and take you to a cool $1,000,000. Click Here to see that article as a couple of those players will make my lineup for the Millionaire Maker Contest at Draft Kings this week.
Posted on April 07, 2015 by Nicholas Morgan
The Masters is here and Draft Kings is holding Millionaire Maker contest. That’s right for only the cost of a few beers ($20), ok depending where you get your beer, maybe more than a few, you can get your shot a winning a cool $1,000,000.