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DraftKings PGA DFS Cheat Sheet: Scottish Open Round 4 Showdown Fantasy Golf Picks

Nolan Kelly

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The Stokastic PGA DFS cheat sheet gives the best DraftKings fantasy golf picks for Round 4 of the Scottish Open 2022 PGA Tour event this week. These DFS Golf and PGA Fantasy cheat sheets will help you make the right DraftKings fantasy golf picks, and give you a guide for how to build your fantasy golf lineups. Round 4 of the Scottish Open is kicking off today, and right now Patrick Cantlay shaping up as one of the best PGA Fantasy plays on the DraftKings slate. Be sure to check out the DFS golf ownership projections over at the Stokastic PGA DFS page to find some of the best contrarian and GPP plays.


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DraftKings PGA DFS Cheat Sheet: Scottish Open Final Round Picks

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