Shell Houston Open Fantasy Golf Rankings

The PGA Tour will travel to the Lone Star State for the Shell Houston Open this week. See below for Shell Houston Open fantasy golf rankings, along with my top three One and Done fantasy league options.


Puerto Rico Open and WGC-Dell Match Play finishes

D.A. Points (#14 in our overall rankings last week) picked up the victory at the Puerto Rico Open. Points fired a final round 66 to capture a two-shot victory.

Dustin Johnson won his second consecutive WGC event of the short PGA season, beating Jon Rahm 1-up on Sunday at the Dell Technologies Match Play. DJ now has won three Tour events in a row. He has withdrawn from the Shell Houston Open but will be a favorite at next week’s Masters Tournament.

13 out of the Top 20 overall ranked players made the cut at the Puerto Rico Open last week. Here are ten notable finishes from our top 20 rankings:

Rank      Player                                   Finish

1              L. List                                    T-37

3              W. Bryan                              T-62

4              B. Fritsch                              T-44

5              R. Sabbatini                         T-37

9              J.T. Poston                          T-10

10           C. Percy                                 T-24

12           J.J. Spaun                             T-17

13           X. Schauffele                        T-30

14           D.A. Points                           1 (Won)

20           R. Blaum                              T-32

Four out of the five undervalued plays we recommended for the Puerto Rico Open finished in 44th place or better. Whee Kim, a $6,200 value in DraftKings, was our top suggested performer who finished the event with a T-5.


Shell Houston Open Breakdown

Many Tour players have noted similarities between the Golf Club of Houston and Augusta National, where the Masters will be played next week. 31 golfers playing in the Shell Houston Open have already qualified for the Masters. The remaining 131 players in the field will have to compete against 11 of the top 30 golfers in the world in order to win a spot at playing in next week’s coveted event.

The GC of Houston measures 7,441. Approach and ball striking will be key stats this week. Above average long iron and greens-in-regulation players will have to best chance for success. The SHO is do or die for many in the field if they want to take a cruise up Magnolia Lane next week.


Shell Houston Open Fantasy Golf Rankings

Below are the Shell Houston Open fantasy golf rankings provided by @Sgrignoli3 – PAS contributor and statistician. The rankings are derived from twenty different year-to-date player statistics. The top five weighted stats for this event can be found at the bottom. Player salaries are based off of

**Disclaimer: is used as source for all player statistics. Stats are extracted on Mondays of tournament week and calculated for rankings by our statistical expert. If there happens to be a numerical error, blame them not us. Also, European Tour statistics are NOT included in the rankings calculations.



Overall Fantasy golf rankings

The five weighted player statistics for the Shell Houston Open include:

-SG: Tee to Green = 25%

-SG: Approach = 20%

-Birdie or Better = 25%

-Par 4 Rank = 15%

-Par 5 Rank = 15%

Shell Houston Open: One and Done Picks


AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Brandt Snedeker (T-4) = $345,600

Genesis Open: Dustin Johnson (1) = $1,260,000

The Honda Classic: Adam Scott (T-14) = 102,400

WGC-Mexico Championship: Bill Haas (T-32) = $70,500

Valspar Championship: Charles Howell III (T-49) = $15,918

Arnold Palmer Invitational: Henrik Stenson (MC) = $0

WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play: Rory McIlroy (T-30) = $74,000


Year-to-Date earnings = $1,868,418


My top 3 “One and Done” options for the SHO

-Jon Rahm

-Matt Kuchar

-Russell Henley