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6 months agoPlaying Bryson DeChambeau is going to require a leap of faith. Two straight missed cuts have derailed the eighth-ranked player in the world, but there are reasons to be optimistic if you decide to back the American. As we do our research for Colonial Country Club, DeChambeau's failed attempt last weekend at the PGA Championship should be thrown out the window. The 25-year-old complained on Thursday and Friday about the setup of Bethpage Black being too long and proceeded to miss the cut with rounds of 72 and 74, respectively. DeChambeau is by no means short off the tee, ranking 42nd on tour in driving distance, but the five-time PGA Tour winner has always been known more for his strategic nature, and New York's driving contest did not appeal to his eye. Fast forward to the Colonial this week, and DeChambeau will get an opportunity to show off his skills at a venue that should play right into his strengths. In his last 24 rounds on Bentgrass greens, the former SMU product ranks inside the top-25 in strokes gained off the tee, strokes gained approach, fairways gained, GIR gained, par-four scoring and birdies or better gained. DeChambeau's $9,400 price tag and six percent projected ownership places him as one of the best contrarian plays on the board, although he should still probably be avoided in cash-game lineups this week. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBaller
Source: PGA Tour

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