Best DFS Value Plays for Scottish Open: Fleetwood, Detry, Pavon

  • Tommy Fleetwood’s event history and recent form makes him the best value pick of the top options at +2000 odds and $9,900 cost.
  • The best DFS play in the $7,000 range is Thomas Detry at $7,200, who has +6000 odds to win the Scottish Open.
  • Mathieu Pavon’s $6,900 price and +8000 outright odds are undervalued after posting three top five finishes (one win) on Tour this season.

NORTH BERWICK – Betting on the Genesis Scottish Open comes with plenty of valuable DFS plays, including multiple with price points of $7,200 or lower. First, Tommy Fleetwood’s +2000 odds at online sportsbooks and $9,900 price are the best value at the top of the betting board.

Tommy Fleetwood (+2000 Odds, $9,900 DFS)

Fleetwood finished T-6 in last year’s Scottish Open, his third top-six finish at The Renaissance Club in four events. A T-26 finish in 2021 is his worst finish at the Scottish Open, with a playoff loss in 2020 being his best.

His $9,900 price is valuable compared to more expensive options like Rory McIlroy ($11,900) or Ludvig Aberg ($10,500) with less consistent course history. However, there are plenty of other cheap options at online golf sportsbooks to pair with Fleetwood.

Thomas Detry (+6000 Odds, $7,200 DFS)

Thomas Detry returns to The Renaissance Club in excellent form, making the cut in five straight PGA Tour events. He posted a T-14 finish at the U.S. Open and a T-4 finish at the PGA Championship during that stretch.

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Detry has also enjoyed plenty of success at the Scottish Open, making the cut in six straight appearances. He lost in a playoff in 2021 and finished T-10 in 2022, making him one of the best longshots at USA online sportsbooks for the Scottish Open.

Mathieu Pavon (+8000 Odds, $6,900 DFS)

Mathieu Pavon is the best DFS value pick under $7,000 after a solo fifth finish at the U.S. Open and a T-16 finish at the Travelers Championship. Pavon missed the cut at the 2023 Scottish Open but he finished T-12 at The Renaissance Club in 2021.