What do Kevin Stadler, Omar Uresti, George McNeill, Derek Lamely, and Oliver Betschart have in common? Well, they are five of the 132 players that are teeing it up in the Butterfield Bermuda Championship this week. Yes, this may go down as one of the weakest fields we have ever seen on the PGA Tour as it seems they have nearly exhausted the alternate list. If you have made a cut on Tour in the last 20 years, I feel like you had a chance to get into this event.

So what does this weak field mean for DraftKings fantasy golf this week? Well, it makes it a lot less fun since your player pool of usable players is down to about 70, so everyone’s six-man teams are going to have a lot of overlap. Let’s take a look at three players to focus your teams around this week:

Akshay Bhatia $10,000

Bhatia is in a bit of a freeroll position as he doesn’t have to worry about his status much for next year unlike most other players in this field. His happy-go-lucky attitude could lead him to the winner’s circle again this week and his game has been trending in the right direction this fall. He has finished progressively better in each of his last four starts, including a quiet 10th place finish last week. He now heads to a course where he finished 17th in a debut last year and one that should fit his birdie making mentality well.

Davis Riley $8,400

Riley is a risky play this week because of his propensity to make a big number. However, no one in this price range has anywhere near the upside that Riley does. When he is on, he could arguably be the best player in this field. In this weak field that could be a birdie fest, I’ll gladly take the upside of Riley and hope that he provides a similar result to his seventh place finish here in 2021.

Justin Lower $7,600

Most people are automatically going to pass over Lower at this price tag. But when we dig deeper, I see value at this price. In the last two years, he has finished 8th and 17th. In his last two events this fall, he has finished 23rd and 41st in much stronger fields than this. He is very likely to pay off more than this $7,600 salary this week.