As part of ESPN Fantasy's efforts to give daily gamers intel on whom to target in DFS, our fantasy golf experts are here to share the players they view as building blocks for this weekend's event. The panel for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am features ESPN.com's Jason Sobel, Bob Harig, Jonathan Coachman, Kevin Maguire, Matt Barrie and Michael Collins, and FantasyGolfInsider's Roger Casey, Jeff Bergerson and Zach Turcotte.
Note: Golfer salaries listed are for DraftKings.
Jason Sobel -- Jordan Spieth ($12,300)
If there's one thing I've learned in all my years on the golf beat, it's that when a sponsor pays a guy millions and plasters its logo all over him and turns him into a collectible bobblehead, he usually likes to reward them by trying to win their tournament. Not that Spieth wouldn't try anywhere else, but expect the off week to give him some rejuvenation around the famed links this week.
Bob Harig -- Jimmy Walker ($10,700)
He won this tournament in 2014 and has finished in the top-10 four times overall at Pebble Beach. But he's also playing well, contending in brutal conditions at Torrey Pines where he tied for fourth, and has also posted two other top-13 finishes in 2016.
Jonathan Coachman -- Jordan Spieth ($12,300)
Until Spieth shows me that he isn't right at the top of his game, I am going with him. Every time he needs to prove himself, he does. This is now one of his biggest sponsors and he would like nothing more than to show AT&T that they put their money in the right place. Win No. 2 in 2016 comes this week.
Kevin Maguire -- Patrick Reed ($9,600)
With very little rain in the forecast for Pebble Beach, conventional wisdom says the three courses in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am rotation won't play as short as usual. That will benefit Reed, who isn't short off the tee, but his current ranking of 79th in driving distance doesn't wow you. And after Reed's WD after 54 holes at Torrey Pines, where fellow pro Graham DeLaet called him out on Twitter, the world No. 9 will have something to prove.
Matt Barrie -- Dustin Johnson ($11,400)
This week has a big tournament feel. Jordan Spieth is back on U.S. soil, and Jason Day is looking to rebound from missing the cut at Torrey Pines. One player that stalked those two in major championship pursuit last year was Dustin Johnson. Johnson has a pair of wins at Pebble Beach, and is almost always in the top 10, including 2014 and 2015. With the course not playing long and ripe for low scores, Johnson will attack Pebble Beach and get his third win on the Monterey Peninsula.
Michael Collins -- Pat Perez ($7,000)
As bad as the year has started for Perez, this event is exactly what he (and his game) needs. Sometimes when you focus on the amateur you're playing with, it gets you back to the basics of just playing golf without thinking. Perez's last two starts here are a T-4 and a T-7. Lightning is about to strike for this guy.
Jeff Bergerson -- Dustin Johnson ($11,400)
It is tough to argue with the success Johnson has had over the years at Pebble Beach with six top-10s in eight appearances, including back to back wins in 2009 and 2010, a runner up two years ago, and fourth last year. So far this calendar year he took T-10 at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions and T-18 at the Farmers Insurance Open. There is also an amount of comfort that comes along with having one of the amateurs he will be playing with be his father-in-law (Wayne Gretzky), which has become a tradition. Statistically he is a juggernaut ranking in the top 10 in strokes gained tee-to-green, Par 5 scoring, birdie or better %, scoring, average, among others last year. Talent is not ever in question with DJ, it is a matter of whether he can stay mentally in check for four full rounds, and Pebble Beach is a place where he has been able to do that consistently over the years.
Zach Turcotte -- Jason Day ($11,800)
Each week when looking at the top of the list on salaries, there will almost always be an opportunity to own a normally popular player who, for whatever reason, gets overlooked. Last week, that player was Rickie Fowler, and this week it will be Jason Day. With Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth garnering most of the attention, Day should see his ownership levels dip, particularly coming off of a missed cut at the Farmers Open. Day is the second best player in the world, and now that he has had a little rest, he should be in shape to contend at an event where he has three top-10 finishes.
Roger Casey -- Shane Lowry ($8,900)
Shane Lowry is one of the best values in the field this week for a number of reasons. First, his price of $8,900 is not going to break the bank, and if you're smart, you can fit him and one of the upper-tier studs onto your roster without having to gamble too much. Second, he is in great form, putting up a T-13 and T-6 at Torrey Pines and TPC Scottsdale in the past two weeks. Finally, he carded a nice T-21 at Pebble last year, and has proven he can take down the best in the world as he skillfully demonstrated at the star-studded WGC Bridgestone. He's a great play for all formats.