Dustin Johnson won his third tournament of the year at the BMW Championship to pick up 607 fantasy golf points

Fantasy Golf Round Up: DJ Does It Again

This week in Fantasy Golf Dustin Johnson was the big winner after he won the BMW Championship at Crooked Stick.

Related: Dustin Johnson wins BMW Championship

DJ picked up 607 points, with 50% on offer, after beating Paul Casey by three shots.

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Dustin Johnson moved back up to number 2 in the Official World Golf Rankings

Casey earned 517 points for his efforts and also moved up to 5th in the FedEx Cup standings, meaning if he wins the Tour Championship next week he will win the FedEx Cup and $10m prize.

Related: Previous FedEx Cup winners

On the European Tour, Joost Luiten produced a stunning final round of eight under par to win the KLM Open in Holland for the second time. He won 405 fantasy golf points to be the leading continental European.

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Joost Luiten moves up to 11th in the Race to Dubai

Related: Joost Luiten wins KLM Open

Each week the GM Tipster posts his betting tips. He’s picked 13 winners this season and stands at over 750 points up.

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There are great prizes from Puma Cobra Golf to be won each and every week. This week’s prize is a Cobra F6 stand/cart bag and the prize for the month is a golf travel bag and duffle bag, perfect for a golf break.

The leading fantasy golf points scorers this week:

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Johnson has won the US Open, WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and BMW Championship this season to sit 1st in the FedEx Cup heading into the finale at East Lake

USA 1: Dustin Johnson – 607 points

USA 2: Ryan Palmer – 442 points

GB: Paul Casey – 517 points

Ireland: Paul Dunne – 75 points

Scandinavia: Joakim Lagergren – 41 points

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Luiten now has five European Tour victories

Rest of Europe: Joost Luiten – 405 points

Asia: Byeong-Hun An – 315 points

Australasia: Adam Scott – 442 points

South America: Jhonattan Vegas – 31 points