Love fantasy golf? Looking for the chance to win $1M prize for playing? Then You’ll love the up coming fantasy PGA contest at DraftKings.com this week!
DraftKings is giving you the chance to win a $1M in prize in the $4M Fantasy Golf Millionaire contest! The top prize is just the tip of the iceberg though – there’s another $3M in prizes to be shared among the rest of the placed finishers!
On top of that, there’s also the PGA $250K Drive The Green teeing-off this Thursday, and the free to enter FootJoy Tee-Off Series with a $10k prize share across two tournaments. Fantasy golf is going crazy over at DraftKings in April – and trust us, you definitely don’t want to miss out!
DraftKings Fantasy PGA Contests – Everything you need to Know
$4M Fantasy Gold Millionaire
When – 04/08/2021
Where – DraftKings.com
Entry Cost – $10
Top Prize – $1M
With the $4M Fantasy Gold Millionaire, you simply need to draft six golfers for the chance to win a $1M prize on April 8th. In addition to the $1M prize, the winner will also get the chance to grab a ticket for another $1M prize tournament in January 2022. The contest is part of the wider DraftKings Championship Series – Fantasy Tournament of Champions.
PGA $250K Drive The Green
When – 04/01/2021
Where – DraftKings.com
Entry Cost – $5
Top Prize – $50k
The total prize pool in this contest is $250, with the top 13,453 places getting a share of the prize. There are less than 60,000 participants in this tournament, making it the forthcoming PGA fantasy tournament at DraftKings that gives you the best chance of winning!
FootJoy Tee-Off Series
When – 04/08/2021
Where – DraftKings.com
Entry Cost – Free
Top Prize – $500
This is the smallest of the three upcoming fantasy PGA tournaments with DraftKings, however it’s also free to enter. Added to that, there are only just over 10k other entrants, meaning you have less competition than with the higher prize contests. The FootJoy Tee-Off Series is split into two Big Golf Tournaments, each with a total prize pool of $5,000.
How to Play Fantasy PGA at DraftKings – The Basics
Picking Your Line-Up
All three of the tournaments that we’ve detailed above are salary cap contests. To enter you need to pick a line-up from the pool of players, each of whom have a salary. For your selected line-up to be valid, the sum total of the salaries must not exceed $50,000.
Once your line-up has been selected, the contest begins on a points driven basis. You get points for the performances of the golfers in your line up. At the end of the contest, you’ll be ranked based on the amount of points you have – and if you have placed high enough, you’ll win a cash prize!
How exactly do you score points? You can see a simple breakdown below:
Per Hole Scoring
Double Eagle or Better – +13 points
Eagle – +8 points
Birdie – + 3 points
Tournament Finish Scoring
1st – +30 points
2nd – +20 points
3rd – +18 points
Above we have only listed the top three points scoring sections for each category. We should warn you that you will get negative points if one of your selected golfers messes up! For example, bogeys and double bogeys will result in negative points being awarded, thus reducing your overall score.
How Can You Join a Fantasy PGA DraftKings Contest Today?
Follow Our Step By Step Guide On How to Play:
1. Sign Up with DraftKings
Head straight on over to DraftKings.com, create your account and make your first deposit – it can literally be done in minutes. Remember that the $4M Fantasy Golf Millionaire starts this Thursday, so don’t waste too much time!
2. Pick Your Contests
Pick the fantasy PGA contest from above that you want to play and get going! Remember, you can enter more than one contest at the same time, so there’s no need to choose if you don’t want to.
If you are looking for fantasy contests other than golf with DraftKings, you’ll find plenty on offer. Stay tuned here at TSFJ, where we’ll be bringing you the best fantasy sports contests with DraftKings for different sports each week.
3. Draft Your Team
Select your players from the pool within the $50,000 salary cap as we explained above. You want to do this before the actual contest begins, as you can chop and change your selections up until the contest goes live.
4. Follow Your Golfers and Track Your Place
Keep up by watching the golf live and check back into DraftKings account to see where you are on the leaderboard. If you’ve entered multiple contests, you can see where you are in the league table for each one by clicking on the “Live Contests” tab within the “My Contests” section of your account.
5. See How You Finish
If you’ve placed well by the end of the contest, then you could win one of the cash prizes, which will automatically be credited into your account!
Stay Tuned for More Fantasy Sports Here at TSFJ!
If fantasy golf isn’t your sport, then not to worry – as there’s a whole other world of fantasy sports contests and leagues out there.
Be sure to check back in with us next week here at TSFJ, where we’ll be bringing you another top selection of upcoming fantasy sports contests in the US!
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