Brendan Steele will attempt to get back on track at the CJ Cup after missing the cut in last week's Shriners Hospitals For Children Open. Despite rounds of 67 and 69 at TPC Summerlin, Steele failed to make the weekend for the first time since June. The veteran's consistent results can be attributed to his steady iron play. He's impressively gained strokes on approach in eight consecutive starts. In addition to the fancy blade work, his distance will be an advantage this week on a very long Shadow Creek layout. Steele profiles as an excellent value option in DFS tournaments.