Shell Houston Open, I'ma let you finish, but the Masters is the best golf tournament of all time. While a handful of the world's top players are currently battling it out at GC of Houston, it's never too early to start looking ahead towards Augusta. If you've yet to dive into the waters of PGA DFS, then the Masters is the perfect time to change that. On the other hand, if you're already a DraftKings golf veteran, you know just how big the year's first major is going to be. Either way, if you want to win some money, selecting the correct sleepers and bargain picks is going to be integral to your success.
While the Masters' soft pricing combined with the deep field is going to allow you to afford more high-end players than usual, you're going to have to work a little harder to differentiate your lineups. Because of the popularity of the Masters, prize pools are bigger and tournaments feature more participants. Finding those players who are flying under the radar will be crucial.
Look at the last two years at Augusta, for example. In 2015, the millionaire maker-winning lineup included Justin Rose and Charley Hoffman, who were 3.5 percent and 8.1 percent owned, respectively. In 2016, the winner of the millionaire maker had Troy Merritt (3.3 percent owned) and Lee Westwood (2.7 percent).
It's obviously going to be key to nail the winner, but the importance of finding those right sleepers--especially in GPP and tournament formats--can't be overstated. With that in mind, you can click through the gallery for my favorite value picks and bargains. You can also click here for my Top 10 contenders for Augusta. (Getty)