Moosenomics – Weekend PGA Golf Rankings

By April 7, 2017PGA, PGA Premium

Attached are the rankings for the Weekend PGA golf contests.

I’ve deleted those golfers who’ve missed the cut and weighted the rankings to 100% stats as form and history are effectively irrelevant at this stage of the week (for the most part). You can, of course, adjust these as you wish but I’ll be working off of these rankings.

Please note: the Lineup Builder Feature will not work with this update as the Slate IDs have changed. I just wanted to get a ranking out there.

For DraftKing’s weekend scoring system we want to focus on birdies. Finishing position holds no relevance here.

Weekend Golf Scoring is as follows:

Per Hole Scoring
Double Eagle or Better (DBe): +10 PTs
Eagle (EAG): +6 PTs
Birdie (BIR): +3 PTs
Par (PAR): +0.5 PTs
Bogey (BOG): -0.5 PTs
Double Bogey (DBB): -1 PT
Worse than Double Bogey (DBW): -1 PT
Streaks and Bonuses
Streak of 3 Birdies of Better (MAX 1 Per Round) (BIR3+): +1.75 PTs
Bogey Free Round (BOFR): +1.75 PTs
All 2 Rounds Under 70 Strokes (A2U70): +2.25 PTs
Hole in One (ACE): +4 PTs

Weekend Golf Scoring Notes: Golfers must complete two 18 hole rounds to be eligible for the all 2 rounds under 70 strokes bonus. If a round is shortened to less than 18 holes, no golfers will be eligible for the bonus.

General Scoring Notes: Golfers will receive fantasy points for all completed holes that we receive statistics for. If a golfer withdraws or is disqualified before completing a round, the golfer will receive fantasy points for all holes completed in that round that we receive statistics for. However, golfers who withdraw or are disqualified will not be eligible for a finishing position bonus in Tournament Long Golf contests.

Golfers must complete 18 holes to be eligible for a bogey free round bonus. If a round is shortened to less than 18 holes, no golfers will be eligible for the bonus in that round. If a golfer is disqualified after a round, that golfer is still eligible for the bogey free round bonus.

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