Paulie's Picks: Dean & Deluca Invitational

This week brings a perfect storm of players who are playing well and also have good course history without being massively overpriced. Namely, these five players that you might want to plug into your lineup:

Danny Lee $8,800

Fresh off of last week's 18th place finish where he broke 70 in all four rounds, look for the Texas resident Lee to break out. He is very comfortable with the course with top-50 finishes in all 3 of his appearances, including a 10th place finish last year.

Bryce Molder $7,100

Molder is still grossly underpriced despite his great play over the last few weeks. He has 8 consecutive top-50 finishes on Tour, including 3 top-12 finishes in his last 5 events. On top of that, he has decent course history and one of the highest birdie percentages over the past month, making him an absolute steal at this price point.

Colt Knost $8,300

Follow the hot hand!!! In his last two starts, he has finished 3rd at the Players and 4th last week at the Nelson. Add that to the fact that he finished in the top 10 at Colonial last year, and he is a must play.

Ryan Palmer $8,100

This Colonial CC member should feel right at home and bounce back from his surprising MC last week (only his 2nd MC all year). He has had two top-5 finishes here in the last 4 years. At $8,100, he can provide some salary savings yet still provide the upside to win come Sunday.

Steve Marino $6,900

Marino may have finally regained his form after battling injuries over the last few years. He finished 12th at the Nelson last week and has pretty good course history at Colonial. He hasn't played at Colonial since 2011 but recorded 3 top-16 finishes between 2008-2011.