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 RBC Heritage features ESPN.com's Michael Collins, FantasyGolfInsider's Roger Casey, Jeff Bergerson and Zach Turcotte and Dailyfantasybootcamp.com's Alvin Zeidenfeld and David Jayne.
Note: Golfer salaries listed are for DraftKings.
Jeff Bergerson -- Bill Haas ($9,100)
A very strong corollary course to Harbour Town is Copperhead, where the Valspar is played. If you remember, Haas had his best finish in a long time there a few weeks ago, finishing runner-up to Charl Schwartzel. Haas is a South Carolina guy who has had decent success at the RBC in the past. Harbour Town is a short course, with narrow fairways and small greens. For this reason we want accuracy off the tee and a good approach game -- and Haas ranks well in both of those (31st in driving accuracy and 39th in GIR). I am expecting Haas to provide a lot of value for his pricetag this week on Draftkings.
Roger Casey -- Matthew Fitzpatrick ($9,500)
It's rare that we see a week-to-week salary jump quite as big as that of Matthew Fitzpatrick's ($6,800 to $9,500), but it seems well-warranted after his outstanding performance at Augusta last week. Despite his strong play, Fitzpatrick is almost guaranteed to be a lesser-known commodity among the general DFS public, which should cap his ownership levels -- and those who are aware of him may be scared off by his dramatic price increase. Fitzpatrick keeps the ball in play, hits a lot of greens, putts quite well and clearly plays well in windy conditions, which will almost certainly be a factor this week -- all ingredients for success at a tight course like Harbour Town. I'm a buyer in all formats.
Zachary Turcotte -- Jerry Kelly ($6,800)
A lot of times when building rosters for the week, it is easier to find a name in the middle or bottom tier to start with, rather than going at it the other way around. This is particularly true in fields that are a little weaker than normal, where the top level players do not look like overwhelming favorites. Coming out of Augusta, I expect this situation to be further exacerbated as the players may experience a little bit of an emotional letdown after coming up short on the big stage. With that in mind, it is important to anchor your teams around a few veterans with course experience who are also playing well this season. Jerry Kelly is a very affordable example this week, having made the cut at Hilton Head in six straight years and nine of the last eleven. He has also been having a solid season in making eight-of-nine cuts with a couple of decent finishes. Locking down a few dependable players in this range will give you the ability to rotate in different stars at the top through multiple lineups, and save you the headache of having to guess which elite players will rise to the occasion.
David Jayne -- Webb Simpson ($7,900)
Fatigue is always something to consider for those playing the week after a major, but that shouldn't be an issue for Webb, as he had three weeks off leading up to Augusta, where he finished 29th. He's been one of the best at hitting fairways and greens at this event in the past few years, and if the putter can get hot he can surely contend for the win. Scoring on the par-5's is important at Harbour Town, and he tied for the best scoring average on these par-5's in 2015, playing them at 10 under. Webb might get overlooked by many when it comes to players in this price range this week, but I am considering him as a guy to build my lineups around this week.
Alvin Zeidenfeld -- Zach Johnson ($10,000)
Jason Day is easily the most talented golfer in this field, and the odds-on favorite to win, but his price on DraftKings is restrictive at $12,500. Zach Johnson, though, coming off a disappointing week at Augusta where he missed the cut because my millimeters (as he grounded his club in a hazard on his backswing), fits the bill as a golfer who should excel here at Hilton Head. His price is $2,500 less than Day's, which allows me to afford another top level player to lead my line this week along with Johnson.
Michael Collins -- Luke Donald ($8,300)
Since 2009, Donald has five finishes of 2nd (2009 and 2014) or 3rd place (2010, 2011 and 2013) at the RBC Heritage, and made the cut easily in the other two appearances (37th in 2012 and 15th in 2015). This tournament fits everything about his game -- it's played on a short course that also demands a great short game.