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The final event of the PGA Tour season has arrived, as 30 of the best golfers in the world compete to claim the FedEx Cup at the Tour Championship. Nike React On Sale .Our experts let you know about the players they believe have the skills to succeed and provide big fantasy point totals. This weeks panel comprises Jason Sobel, Bob Harig, Jonathan Coachman and Michael Collins, as well as FantasyGolfInsiders Jeff Bergerson, Zach Turcotte, Taras Pitra and Jason Rouslin.Note: Golfer salaries listed are for DraftKings.Jason Sobel -- Jordan Spieth ($10,600)One year ago, Spieth missed the cut at the first two playoff events, only to win the Tour Championship and still claim the FedEx Cup. He learned a lesson from that: Its not how you start the playoffs; its how you finish em. Ive felt that Spieth has just been pacing himself over the past three tournaments -- and he even admitted as much. Now its time to finish strong, though. If he does, he could be the first back-to-back FedEx Cup champion.Bob Harig -- Jordan Spieth ($10,600)The defending champion is motivated by the off year talk and would dearly love to end the season with a victory here. It wont guarantee him the FedEx Cup, but itll put him in position to claim it again if others falter.Michael Collins -- Dustin Johnson ($11,700)Now that the PGA Tour will switch the nines (finishing the Tour Championship on a par-5 instead of a par-3 at East Lake), expect DJ to be part of the fireworks in the final round since hes got a Sunday scoring average of 68.7. Last year, Johnson dropped a Sunday 64 and in 2013 he shot four rounds in the 60s. Hes got 10 million reasons to play well.Jonathan Coachman -- Jordan Spieth ($10,600)Last year, Spieth came to the Tour Championship not in form and he promptly left the field behind, making Henrik Stenson look average. I think Spieth gets two straight at East Lake and sets the stage for a huge 2017. Spieth is my guy this week.Jeff Bergerson -- Charl Schwartzel ($7,700)For a while this season, Schwartzel was too cheap, and we made sure he was in our lineups. Well, that time has come again, as he is only $7,700 this week for the Tour Championship. Schwartzel has four top 10s this season, including a win at the Valspar Championship. He only has one appearance at East Lake, and I think that will affect his ownership. If you are selecting Dustin Johnson at the top, Charl will be in the ideal price range as a player to pair with him, and I think he has some really nice upside for GPPs.Zachary Turcotte -- Kevin Na ($6,500)Is Kevin Na going to win this week? It is highly unlikely. However, in terms of crafting a winning strategy, it is going to be essential to have the winner on your roster this week. Since the winner is probably going to be one of the elite stars (Johnson, Spieth, etc.), you will more than likely need to utilize a stars and scrubs methodology this week when building your teams. A great place to start near the bottom pricing tier is Kevin Na at $6,500. He has plenty of experience at East Lake, and while his performances have not been stellar, they have not been awful either. Na should be able to handle the many par-4 holes well and keep his mistakes to a minimum to keep him in the middle of the pack with potential for a Top-10 finish.Taras Pitra -- Phil Mickelson ($8,100)Phil has had some strong performances at East Lake over his never-ending career, and a fluke win after the year hes had could be in the cards this week. Its interesting to see how well hes playing in most facets of his game and yet hes failed to win this season. He has been the runner up in three events, T-3 at the Career Builder (his first event of the year) and T-4 at Quail Hollow. Im not shoving all of my chips in because hes burned me a lot since The Open, but the majority of my chips are in on Phils first win of 2016 coming this week and at a very nice discount.Jason Rouslin -- Brandt Snedeker ($7,500)A former Fed Ex Cup winner, and Tour Championship winner, Brandt comes off a decent performance finishing in a T-13 two weeks ago at Crooked Stick. Pair that with two other top fives in his last six starts, and good form paired with good stats could help him walk off with a win here. Brandt may make a final push for that coveted Ryder Cup spot, so look for him to be in the running come Sunday at East Lake. Clearance Nike React Shoes . 31, the CFL club announced Monday. The team also has yet to decide on the future of Doug Berry, who began the season as a consultant to the head coach but took over the offensive co-ordinators duties in July. Nike React Clearance . Nathan MacKinnon, Jamie McGinn and Jan Hejda also scored for the Avalanche, who won despite being outshot 38-23. MacKinnons goal, also on the power play, came with just over a minute remaining. . James, who turned 29 on Monday, injured his groin Friday during the Heats overtime loss at Sacramento. He sat out the following game, a 108-107 win Saturday in Portland, before coming back to help send the Nuggets to their seventh consecutive loss. BUIES CREEK, N.C. -- Chris Clemons scored 19 of his 28 points in just 11 minutes of the first half as Campbell drubbed Division III Bridgewater 101-45 on Tuesday night.Clemons, who was good on all four shots from beyond the arc, also made 10 of 12 from the floor. Damontez Oliver and Cory Gensler added 10 points apiece as 13 Camels scored. Campbell (1-1) shot 61.7 percent (37 of 60) from the floor and hit 60 percent of its long range shots. The Camels dished out 25 assists and had 12 steals, with Clemons grabbing three. Nike React Sale. This was the largest winning margin in Campbells Division I era. The old record was 52 points over Ferrum in 1994.The Camels led throughout, running out to a 46-22 halftime advantage.Efe Balfour led the Eagles with 15 points. Bryce Boggs added eight and Jesse Case grabbed seven rebounds. ' ' '