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1 month agoKevin Kisner kept his consistent run going at last week’s Masters, finishing the event T21. In stroke-play events in 2019, Kisner has now finished in the top 30, but not the top 20 in his previous seven events. Kisner will hope to claim his first stroke-play top-20 of the season at this week’s RBC Heritage. The American has an excellent record at the event, finishing in the top 11 in three of his last four visits.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoFrancesco Molinari is back in action this week following a disappointing Sunday at Augusta National. Molinari was in a great position to get his hands on his first green jacket, but a double bogey on 12 opened the door for playing partner Tiger Woods, and another double at the 15th ruined his chances. This week marks Molinari’s fourth appearance at the RBC Heritage. The Italian will hope to improve on a disappointing record at the event, having failed to notch a top-20 finish on any of his previous visits.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoXander Schauffele produced yet another strong performance at a major championship, finishing T2 at last week’s Masters. The Californian has now recorded three top-10 finishes in his previous four major appearances. Schauffele will now look to take that impressive form into this week’s RBC Heritage. Last year, Schauffele made his debut at the event where he finished T32.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoThorbjorn Olesen recorded a T21 in the 2019 Masters. It was a surprisingly strong performance from the talented, but streaky Dane. Olesen had struggled with his game in 2019 and his recent form gave little indication that he would play well at Augusta. A third-round 68 put him in the mix, but a Sunday 73 stalled his movement up the leaderboard. The 'Thunder Bear' plays the majority of his golf on the European Tour and will not tee it up in this week's RBC Heritage. His next appearance on U.S. soil will most likely be the PGA Championship in May. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoBranden Grace recorded a T58 in the 2019 Masters. It was an underwhelming performance from the South African that had logged a T24 in last year's Masters. Grace squeaked into the weekend at three-over par but was never in serious contention at Augusta National. Outside of a runner-up finish at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, 2019 has been a rather disappointing year for Grace. He will look to get things back on track this week at the RBC Heritage, a tournament that he won in 2016. His current form is nothing special, but his elite course history will put him on lots of DFS radars.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoIt was business as usual for Matt Kuchar at Augusta National. Kuchar recorded a T12 finish in the 2019 Masters. It was his seventh top-25 finish in the last eight years at Augusta. The veteran entered Sunday within striking distance of the lead, but could only manage an even-par 72 in the final round. It's been a tremendous stretch for Kuchar, who has already scored two wins this season. He will look for a third at this week's RBC Heritage, a tournament where he scored a victory in 2014. Kuchar's great form and strong course history will make him an elite DFS option at Hilton Head. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoPatrick Cantlay recorded a T9 finish in the 2019 Masters. It was the best Masters finish of his young career. The rising superstar made a serious run at the green jacket with rounds of 64 and 68 over the weekend. Cantlay briefly had the lead Sunday after an eagle on the par-five 15th, but proceeded to bogey his next two holes to fall back down the leaderboard. It was a promising outing from a player that appears to have all the tools needed to compete for a major championship in the coming years. Cantlay will look to keep the positive momentum going when he tees it up in this week's RBC Heritage, a tournament where he logged a T7 last season. He will be an elite DFS option at Harbor Town.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoTony Finau recorded a T5 at the 2019 Masters. It was Finau's best career finish in the tournament and a strong follow-up to his T10 finish in last year's edition. The young star entered the final round just two shots off the lead, but never really got things going Sunday and settled for an even-par round of 70. While the 29-year-old wasn't able to slip on the green jacket, his performance should give him confidence for the rest of the season. Finau isn't in the field for the upcoming RBC Heritage, but he will be a fantasy asset to keep an eye on in the remaining major championships of 2019. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoAlex Noren finished tied for 62nd at the 2019 Masters. His total of eight-over par wasn't pretty, but it marked the first time that Noren made the cut in a Masters. The Swede has struggled horribly for the majority of 2019, but was able to sneak into the weekend with a score of three-over par through 36 holes. The Euro Tour veteran will take any positive momentum that he can get at the moment. He heads to Hilton Head for the upcoming RBC Heritage. It will be his Harbor Town debut. While Noren's ability to make the Masters cut is encouraging, his recent form still makes him difficult to trust in DFS formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoPhil Mickelson logged a T18 finish in the 2019 Masters. Mickelson fired an opening-round 67 to put himself squarely in contention, but failed to break 70 in any of his subsequent rounds. Despite fading over the weekend, it was still Mickelson's best Masters finish since a T2 in 2015. The 48-year-old has shown that he still has the ability to compete on the PGA Tour this year by logging a win at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am earlier in the season. Mickelson has vowed to play a reduced schedule in 2019 and will not tee it up in the upcoming RBC Heritage at Hilton Head. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoWebb Simpson finished the 2019 Masters at 11-under par, good for a share of fifth place. The T5 marks the best Masters finish of his career. Simpson's best previous outing at Augusta National was a T20 that he logged last year. He skyrocketed up the leaderboard Saturday with a dazzling eight-under par 64 in the third round and followed up with a rock-solid round of 70 on Sunday. He will be right back in action this week at the RBC Heritage in Hilton Head where he logged a T5 finish last season. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoTiger Woods captured his fifth Masters title Sunday. It was a storybook punctuation on what has been an extraordinary comeback for Woods. He entered the final round trailing Italy's Francesco Molinari by two shots, but Woods' final-round 70 was enough to overcome the deficit and leave him at 13-under par for the tournament, one shot clear of the trio of Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele, and Brooks Koepka. It was the 15th major championship win of Woods' amazing career and his first since the 2008 U.S. Open. He hasn't released his future playing schedule, but his next start will most likely be the Wells Fargo Championship the first week of May. Woods will remain in serious fantasy consideration every time he tees it up. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoJustin Rose logged a shocking missed cut at the 2019 Masters. The Englishman hadn't finished outside of the Masters top 25 in a decade, but was unable to gain any traction in this year's edition. Rose followed an opening-round 75 with a lackluster second-round 73 to finish at four-over par through 36 holes. That was one stroke shy of the three-over par cut line, and the top-ranked player in the world will have to wait until next year to try and capture his first green jacket. Rose isn't listed as in the field for next week's RBC Heritage, but should bounce back in his next tournament start.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoPaul Casey's 2019 Masters was over almost as soon as it started. The Englishman went out in 41 and things didn't get any better on Augusta National's second nine, as a 40 coming in left him with a shocking first-round 81. Casey settled down to shoot a one-over par 73 on Friday, but was never close to the three-over cut line. It was a baffling performance from the man that hadn't missed a Masters cut since 2012 and had logged a win at the Valspar Championship earlier this year. Casey disappointed many DFS backers that counted on the veteran's steady play at Augusta National. He is not currently listed as in the field for next week's RBC Heritage. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 month agoTiger Woods is in the 2019 Masters field. Woods heads to Augusta National in search of his fifth green jacket. His 2019 play has been solid, but not amazing. He's been statistically strong across the board this year and stands seventh in this Masters field in strokes gained: tee to green over his last 24 rounds. He has a fabulous track record at Augusta National and has logged six top-fives since his last Masters win in 2005. The 14-time major champion might not be the player he once was, but he still has the ability to be very dangerous in this tournament. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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