This week the Fantasy Focus column looks at the best picks for the PGA Tour's FedEx St. Jude Classic and the European Tour's Lyoness Open.

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This week the PGA Tour stops off at the FexEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis, while the European Tour is in Austria for the Lyoness Open.

We’ve gone for a mix of players from both fields as the US Open at Chambers Bay draws nearer.

GM Tips for the week:

USA 1: Dustin Johnson – The champion at TPC Southwind in 2012, Johnson is among the favourites to win again this year. He finished T13 at Memorial on Sunday.

USA 2: Phil Mickelson – You could do worse than go for Mickelson, who finished T2 in 2013. He had an off day at Memorial, but before that finished T4 at Wells Fargo.

GB: Tyrrell Hatton – With three top 15s in his last five tournaments, Hatton could be the best GB bet. This solid run included a T4 at the Irish Open.

Ireland: Graeme McDowell – There aren’t too many Irishmen in good form who are competing this week. Even though McDowell finished T30 at the Irish Open, you feel he is the man most likely to discover some good form.

Scandinavia: Kristoffer Broberg – With an absence of in-form Scandinavians this week, Broberg could be well placed to build on the momentum gained from a T13 finish at the Nordea Masters.

Rest of Europe: Bernd Wiesberger – As well as playing on home soil, Wiesberger has an excellent record at this tournament. His last five tournaments here have finished 2nd, 14th, 1st and 5th.

Asia: Jeev Milkha Singh – With many Asians not involved this weekend and Seung-Yul Noh so out of form, Singh could be your best bet. He recorded a T33 at the Open de Espana last month in his best showing of late.

Africa: Brendon de Jonge – Although he missed the cut in two of his last three tournaments, de Jonge has one T5 finish, two T22 and one T18 within the last month. He could hit some form again.

Australasia: Steven Bowditch – Bowditch may have followed his win at the AT&T Byron Nelson with a T52 at Memorial, but he’s one of the most in-form players from the region.

South America: Camilo Villegas – The Colombian has a strong record in the FedEx St Jude. Last year he finished four shots off and the year before finished T10. His current form is poor, but you’d expect him to finally turn one of these good performances at the event into a higher placed finish.

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