Here Are The Golfers To Bet On In The Upcoming Arnold Palmer Invitational

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**Editor’s Note: Kevin Dudzinki is ranked in the top 5% of all DFS players, according to, and has made a killing on fantasy since he started in 2013. Learn more about Kev HERE and follow him on Twitter HERE.*** 

Well we’ve caught fire through our first five weeks of this betting series. Last week, at the Honda Classic, Sungjae Im was able to pull off some shots that required stones the size of anvils down the stretch, and outlasted Tommy Fleetwood and company, to cash our winning ticket at 30-1. With that win, we’ve picked the winner 2 out of the last 3 weeks, with the one losing week having Bryson Dechambeau barely miss winning the Genesis Open and finishing in second place.

Year to date through five tournaments, we are looking at an extremely healthy +6.95 units of profit!

This week we turn our attention to the Arnold Palmer Invitational, held at beautiful Bay Hill Club and Lodge in Florida. This is the last tournament before a loaded field takes the tee at the unofficial fifth major of the year, The Players Championship.
This tournament requires excellent play off the tee, as well as approaches, and if the wind stays down, can require a pretty high score to win the tournament. Par 4 scoring is also important, as well as avoiding bogeys. Let’s take a look at who I like to join the winner’s circle this week.

Below is a refresher on how I’m allocating my bets this week, and who I like to take down The Arnold Palmer Invitational event this week.

As far as betting, I’ll keep track of the overall performance for the year each week. The important thing to understand is that betting on golf is hard. Most weeks we are going to lose, but one winning week, can make up for multiple losing weeks. I’m taking a long term approach, and hoping to finish the season up. As you will see, we are going to spread our money out to multiple players, and hopefully grind out a profit.

Each week, I am going to put one unit in play. That unit is going to be divided up between all the players I want to bet on. This unit can be whatever you feel comfortable losing in a week, but should remain consistent throughout the season. If you move the amount all over the place each week, your chances of profiting decrease quite a bit.

Good luck out there boys and girls.

Kevin left his career in corporate America to play daily fantasy sports for a living. He is currently ranked in the top 10% of players in all daily fantasy sports.