Daily Fantasy Golf: Wyndham Championship expert picks

Can Kevin Kisner reclaim his early season form? Our DFS experts think he's a top pick for this week's Wyndham Championship. USA TODAY Sports

The FedEx Cup is right around the corner, and players will have their final chance to make the field at this week's Wyndham Championship. Golfers on the bubble will need to finish strong and earn a spot in the top 125, while others are looking ahead to the later stages of the playoffs, or have Ryder Cup aspirations.

Our DFS golf experts have put together the players they believe have the skills and motivation to succeed this week and provide the best value. This week's panel is comprised of Bob Harig and David Jayne, as well as FantasyGolfInsider's Jeff Bergerson, Zach Turcotte, Taras Pitra and Jason Rouslin..

Note: Golfer salaries listed are for DraftKings.

Bob Harig -- Brandt Snedeker ($9,800)

A winner of the Wyndham at a different course, Snedeker has three top-10s at Sedgefield Country. Has been inconsistent since his victory at the Farmers in January, but needs a big two weeks as he's one spot out of automatically qualifying for the U.S. Ryder Cup team.

David Jayne -- Kevin Kisner ($8,300)

In order to succeed at Sedgefield Country Club, players will need to be able to position the ball off the tee and handle these fast Bermuda greens that slope back to front. With that in mind, Kisner is my guy this week. He has been playing well of late after struggling to replace a shattered long-time driver of his during the middle of the season. He's made the cut in each of three appearances here and improved his finishing position each time, highlighted by an eighth-place finish in 2014. While others will have their eyes set on securing a top-125 finish in the FedEx Cup to reach the playoffs, Kisner is just outside of the top five, which is an important milestone to reach before the Tour Championship at East Lake.

Jeff Bergerson -- Jason Dufner ($7,900)

This has been a very consistent year for Dufner as he has only missed two cuts. He has also produced some high finishes, including a win at the Career Builder, T-6 at Dean & Deluca, and T-8 at The U.S Open. He only finished T-51 last year at the Wyndham and didn't play the couple years before that, but did have a T-7 back in 2012. What intrigues me most about Dufner this week is his very attractive salary of $7,900. He is an excellent fit for your cash games as well as large field tournaments (GPPs).

Zachary Turcotte -- Kevin Kisner ($8,300)

Kisner started his season with four top-10 finishes in his first six starts, including a win at the RSM Classic back in November. He has had just one top-10 finish since then at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational in May. However, it appears that his game is returning to form of late as he has made the cut in five straight events, most of which have been on challenging courses against tougher than average fields. Kisner finished strong last season with solid finishes in the first two FedEx Cup events before trailing off in the Tour Championship, but he has performed well at the Wyndham in previous years.

Taras Pitra -- Henrik Norlander ($6,600)

Norlander has quietly caught my attention the past few weeks. He ranks fairly highly as a ball striker, and his scoring has been pretty impressive over the past few months; 48 birdies and an eagle in his last three tournaments. He's paid off his price tag (and then some) over those last three events, and should continue to make it rain golf balls in Greensboro this weekend. I think there's something to be said about watching your fellow countrymen win major championships and silver Olympic medals.

Jason Rouslin -- Matt Jones ($6,300)

The definition of "on the bubble," Jones comes into the last week of the regular season on the PGA Tour ranked 124th. Needing to be in the top 125 to make the playoffs, Jones comes back to a golf course where he's had some success, placing fifth in 2013. I like him to have a strong showing this week, which should solidify his spot in the playoffs.