Immediately before and after the restart, Daniel Berger was playing at a level of being one of the world's best golfers. Unfortunately, regression seems to have set in all at once, and the American has slipped into a current trajectory that has seen him finish between 17th and 34th place in his four most recent starts. While we realize most are buying into the sale of the 13th-ranked player in the world, Berger is someone that has fallen too far in recent weeks on DraftKings. Consider the 27-year-old to be a superb buy-low option that has upside to win in California. He may not have been as good as his short-term sample size indicated, but we believe he is better than his current going rate.