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PGA FanDuel Ownership Percentages: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Ted Potter Jr. won this week's PGA event but was virtually unowned. Which other low-owned players paid off?

Ownership rates in daily fantasy sports are important, especially when playing in tournaments. In some sports (i.e. the volatile ones such as golf and baseball), entry percentage matters more than in other, more consistent ones (e.g. basketball).

The reason for that is -- if a high-owned basketball player flops, he likely still provided you with some production, unless he left the game early or gets scratched.

In baseball, an expensive option can still go 0-for-4 and burn a hole in your lineup. In golf, a missed cut from a player owned by nearly half the field can really make the difference in tournaments.

So studying ownership rates can help your DFS game, and we'll be providing them for you each week.

Which players were the highest- and lowest-owned at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am?

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