Justin Rose will aim to retain his title at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club.

Let’s start Fantasy Focus by giving you the bonus transfer code for this week, which grants you one extra transfer : Dust1nJohnson – this must be used by 23:59 on Wednesday.

This week the PGA Tour is in Virginia for the Quicken Loans National, a tournament hosted by Tiger Woods.

The American is unlikely to be in contention, but Justin Rose will defend his title and Rickie Fowler will also be a strong favourite.

Among the British contingent are Andy Sullivan and Stephen Gallacher.

While the European Tour is in Scotland and Portugal, we are only counting points for the PGA Tour this week, so ensure your selections are in the American field.

With Rose going for his third win at the tournament, here’s who else you might want to back this week in Fantasy Golf…

 

GM tips for this week:

USA 1: Stewart Cink – After finishing T20 at the Open and T5 at the Canadian Open, Cink is in terrific form.

USA 2: Rickie Fowler – With the Players Championship and Scottish Open under his belt, Fowler is in the right frame of mind to challenge in Virginia.

Great Britain: Justin Rose – With two titles at this event previously and a decent performance at the Open, Rose is an obvious pick for the Brits.

 

Watch this video of Justin Rose’s swing sequence

 

Ireland: N/A

Scandinavia: Carl Pettersson – The Swede was 5th at the Travelers Championship and T12 at the John Deere Classic. He could be a dark horse for big points this week.

Rest of Europe: – Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano: The Spaniard finished T16 at the AT&T Byron Nelson and T28 at John Deere. Given the lack of other European representatives, he could be the man to bring some points in.

Asia: Seung-Yul Noh – The Korean finished T3 at the St. Jude Classic and is capable of reproducing that type of result again.

Africa: Brendon de Jonge – The Zimbabwean has tailed off after a decent first part to the season, but could rediscover some magic in Virginia.

Australasia: Steven Bowditch – The Australian has a victory on Tour and made the cut at the Open. He’s one of the in-form players from the continent.

South America: Andres Romero – The Argentine has two top tens in his last three tournaments. Romero is a solid bet for decent scoring this week.