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1 year agoDaniel Berger missed the cut at the FedEx St. Jude Classic on Friday. The two-time defending champion was attempting to win his third consecutive title in Memphis. Though he didn’t play badly, Berger was unable to find a groove at TPC Southwind this week. He opened with an even-par 70 on Thursday and followed up with a one-over par 71 Friday to miss the 36-hole cut by one shot. This is not how Berger expected his title defense to go this week. He will now head to Shinnecock Hills for the upcoming U.S. Open and attempt to get his game back on track.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoAfter opening with a two-over 74 on Thursday at the Memorial Tournament, Marc Leishman carded a two-under 70 to right the ship and head into the weekend at even par. Moving day saw Leishman come home in 32 to card an easy five-under 67 to sit at five-under for Sunday. Sunday looked to be a wash sitting at three-over on the day, but Leishman carded three birdies to right the ship. Or so he thought until the 72nd hole, where he carded a quadruple-bogey to finish T62 at one-under par. Leishman is ranked 16th in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.482.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoMatt Kuchar opened this year’s Memorial Tournament with a one-under par 71 but pulled his game into high gear and fired off a four-under 68 to put him at five-under heading into the weekend. Kuchar seemed to have found neutral on Saturday and coasted home with an even-par 72, but on Sunday, Kuchar carded a wild five-under 67 to finish T13 at 10-under par. Kuchar looks to have figured a few things out in his game, as he hit 14 out of 18 greens in regulation on Sunday and was ranked 12th in scrambling at 69.57 percent. Kuchar is ranked 25th in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.572.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoJason Day entered last week's event looking claim his third title of the year in his backyard but failed to get anything moving over the weekend. Day started the tournament with a pair of fiery four-under 68s but completely fell apart over the weekend, going four-over for both days and finishing T44 at four-under par. Day leads the tour currently in the strokes gained putting category at 1.190. Day’s next start will be at the U.S. Open, where he has had three top-10 finishes in the last four years. Day is ranked eighth in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 69.757.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoPhil Mickelson opened his 2018 Memorial Tournament title chase with a disappointing two-over 74. On Friday, Mickelson turned up the heat and carded a fantastic six-under 66 and continued to apply the heat over the weekend by shooting a 70 and 68, respectively, to finish T13 at 10-under. This week, Mickelson heads to the St. Jude Classic at TPC Southwind, where he has not finished outside of the top 15 in the last four years. Mickelson is continuing to show his prowess on the greens by averaging 1.6 putts per green in regulation. Mickelson is ranked 20th in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.055.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoComing off a stellar second-place finish at the Fort Worth Invitational, Brooks Koepka looks to be catching fire heading into this week's event at the St. Jude Classic. In the last four years, Koepka has had two top-five finishes and a top-20, showing he knows his way around TPC Southwind. If Koepka can keep this hot streak going, look for him to become a regular on the leaderboards. Koepka is ranked ninth in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.633--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoRickie Fowler finished in the top 10 for the second year in a row at the Memorial Tournament. This year he finished T8 at 11-under par after opening with an even-par 72 on Thursday and carding three sub-60 rounds over the course of the tournament. Fowler will be back in action at the U.S. Open, where he has finished in the top five twice in the last four years. Fowler is ranked seventh in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 69.938.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoHideki Matsuyama started his 2018 Memorial campaign Thursday with a blistering seven-under 65 to place him near the top of the leaderboard. For the duration of the tournament, Matsuyama carded three one-under rounds to finish T13 at 10-under par. Matsuyama ranked No. 1 in putts per green in regulation at 1.583. Matsuyama will have this week off in order to prepare for the next major of the year, the U.S. Open, where he finished T2 alongside Brian Harman in 2017. Matsuyama is ranked 10th in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.899.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoJordan Spieth was sent home early from the Memorial for his first time ever. Spieth shot a disappointing three-over par 75 on Thursday and followed that with an even-par round of 72 on Friday to miss the cut at three-over. Spieth shot to superstardom in 2015 when he won the first two majors back-to-back and won the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup. Lately, though, he has seemed to have lost something in his game. Some weeks it’s his putting that is poor and other weeks it is his iron play or driving. Spieth knows all the pieces are there and they just need to fall into place, but time is running short as the next major is upon us. Spieth is ranked fifth in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.018--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoJustin Thomas finished T8 at 11-under par this past week at the Memorial Tournament. Thomas opened up on Friday with a ho-hum even-par round of 72 but got himself back into red numbers on Friday with a comfortable three-under 69. Over the weekend, Thomas fired off a pair of cool four-under 68s to wrap up this year's tournament at Jack’s place. Thomas was ranked T8 in the strokes gained total category at 8.463. While this was not Thomas’ best finish in the event, grabbing another top-25 finish before his next tournament at the U.S. Open is a huge confidence boost. Thomas is ranked No. 1 in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 69.362--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoLuke List has cooled off from his electric start to begin the 2018 season, but the 33-year-old American golfer appears to be rounding back into some form. List has had an unusual last five tournaments, which includes two missed cuts, two top-10s and a share of 37th place last weekend at The Memorial, but from a statistical standpoint, he is not far off. In his previous 24 rounds compared to the field, List ranks second in strokes gained off the tee, second in par-five scoring and fifth in birdie or better gained. However, to no surprise of anyone who follows the game of golf, List ranks just 128th compared to the field putting in that same time frame. The 52nd-ranked golfer in the world will more likely than not be the highest owned player on DraftKings. In our opinion, at his modest $8,300 price tag, List makes for a difficult player to fade this week. If his putter gets hot, he has a legitimate shot to capture the title at TPC Southwind.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoOllie Schniederjans has withdrawn from this week's FedEx St. Jude Classic. Schniederjans removed his name from the list of competitors after qualifying for next week's U.S. Open via the Columbus sectional qualifier. The 24-year-old American golfer will now get himself prepared for Shinnecock Hills, which begins June 14. Schniederjans is a former No. 1 ranked amateur in the world and has only played the U.S. Open one other time, finishing in a share of 42nd place in 2015. He will be replaced in the St. Jude Classic field this week by Charlie Beljan. Make sure to remove Schniederjans out of all DFS lineups.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoLouis Oosthuizen fired a final-round 65 in last week's Memorial tournament to finish in a tie for 13th. The excellent Sunday score moved Oosthuizen to 10-under par for the tournament. Normally ultra-consistent, Shrek has been on a roller coaster this year, seemingly alternating missed cuts with high finishes. Oosthuizen will try to carry the momentum of his final-round performance at Muirfield Village into next week's U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills. We have seen the South African contend in major championships for years and it wouldn't be a surprise to see him in the mix once again next week. Oosthuizen will skip the FedEx St. Jude Classic to prepare for the U.S. Open.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoAfter a hot start to the 2018 PGA Tour season, Kevin Chappell has struggled with a back injury and poor play over the last several months. He will attempt to get back on track at this week's FedEx St. Jude Classic. Chappell has had success in the past at TPC Southwind, logging a fourth-place finish last year and a tie for 22nd in 2015. The young American has tons of talent, but his game is currently headed in the wrong direction. He has missed the cut in four of his last five tournament appearances. It will be hard for DFS fans to trust Chappell until he shows some signs of improvement.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoThe 64th-ranked golfer in the world, Adam Scott, has withdrawn from the FedEx St. Jude Classic this week. Scott, who has been a man on a mission the last two months trying to find a way into the U.S. Open, ended up qualifying for his 68th consecutive Major appearance during the Columbus U.S. Open sectional qualifier. Scott had played five straight weeks trying to accumulate enough points to get himself into the top 60 of the Official World Golf Rankings. He was going to make it a sixth consecutive week at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, but with his roundabout way of getting into the U.S. Open field, Scott will finally get to take a break and get himself prepared for Shinnecock Hills next week. Scott will be replaced in the St. Jude Classic field by Mark Wilson. Be sure to remove Scott from all DFS lineups this week.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour