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1 year agoAfter a rocky couple of performances over his last two events, Brian Harman found his form again last week at Colonial. A round of 64 on Saturday was the highlight of Harman’s week, who finished T14 -- his best result since the WGC-Mexico Championship. It continues Harman’s excellent run at Colonial, and he has now finished in the top 25 at the event on the last four occasions. Having struggled mightily with the putter for two events coming into this tournament, Harman will have been delighted to see himself with a total of plus-4.8 strokes gained putting for the week.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoKiradech Aphibarnrat enjoyed an excellent outing at the BMW PGA Championship last week, where the Thai golfer shot an impressive total of 13-under par to finish in a tie for fifth place. It is Aphibarnrat’s fourth top-five finish of the season, so it’s no surprise that he has jumped up into the world rankings this year. Aphibarnrat is now ranked 30th in the world and will be heading to the Memorial this week full of confidence. It will be Aphibarnrat’s second appearance at the event. He finished T62 here back in 2014.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoDespite beginning the week with a blistering 63 at Colonial, Charley Hoffman was unable to build on this and eventually finished the Fort Worth Invitational at three-under par, which was only good enough for a share of 52nd place. It’s indicative of Hoffman’s year, who has still yet to record a top-10 finish and has seen his world ranking drop 12 places to 34th since the beginning of 2018. Hoffman will tee it up at the Memorial this week, a place where he has made the cut on the last three occasions. His best effort came in 2014, where he finished T19.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoPatrick Reed is enjoying a fantastic 2018, and despite his last outing at the Players Championship resulting in his worst finish since February, Reed extended his run of shooting even par or better in regular stroke-play events to 26 rounds. It’s a run stretching back to early April, and Reed’s recent form is excellent, too. Over his previous 12 rounds, Reed ranks second in this week's field for strokes gained total. Reed has never missed a cut at the Memorial, with his best finish coming in 2016, when he finished T8.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoFrancesco Molinari recorded his fifth win on the European Tour last week at the BMW PGA Championship. Molinari began the final round tied with tournament favorite Rory McIlroy, but the Italian played excellently to forge a lead over his opponent on the front nine, and he was able to convert and win the European Tour’s flagship event by two strokes. It’s a victory that now puts the Italian in the top 20 in the world as well as giving him an excellent chance of securing a place on Europe’s Ryder Cup team for 2018.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoHaving played so impressively at the Players Championship, Xander Schauffele was unable to take that form to Colonial last week. Back-to-back rounds of 72 condemned Schauffele to only his second missed cut of the year. Schauffele was mainly off with his irons last week, and the Californian finished the week seventh from the bottom in the field for strokes gained while approaching the green. He will be hoping to bounce back at the Memorial this week, which will be his debut at the event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoIt was a disappointing week for the defending champion at Colonial, who finished T52. Kevin Kisner was excellent on the greens all week, finishing sixth for strokes gained putting, but another poor week tee to green held him back. However, Kisner did close with a 66 on Sunday, momentum which he will be hoping to build on this week at the Memorial. Kisner has a good record at Muirfield Village, having finished in the top 10 twice in the past three years there.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoBubba Watson will be among the elite field that has assembled this week for the Memorial Tournament. It’s an event which Watson has enjoyed throughout his career and despite 2017 being a poor year for Watson, he achieved his best individual finish of the year there in finishing tied for sixth. Watson also finished third here in 2014 and has made four cuts in a row at Muirfield Village. A rejuvenated Watson will be hoping to add to his impressive record at this event. Watson has already performed excellently in 2018 on other courses he has an affection for, winning at Riviera before notching a top-five finish at Augusta.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoJason Dufner put on a ball-striking exhibition last year during his victory at the Memorial Tournament. Dufner opened Thursday and Friday with consecutive seven-under 65 rounds. Going into the weekend, it appeared as if the tournament was all but over, but that is when things got interesting. Dufner shot a five-over 77 on Saturday, letting back in a whole brigade of players, which included Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler, to name a few. Luckily for Dufner, he found a way to bounce back on Sunday and seal the title. Dufner shot a four-under 68 during his final round, winning by three strokes over Fowler and Anirban Lahiri. Dufner has struggled to find success since his victory last season at Muirfield Village but may be peaking again at the right time. Dufner has produced two top-five finishes in his last four tournaments, which just so happen to be his only top-10 results since his title here last year.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoSi Woo Kim had an even-par finish at the Fort Worth Invitational, finishing in a share of 66th place. With the made cut, Kim has now made 15 of 18 cuts on the season, including his last six in a row. It is an impressive turnaround for Kim, who only made 56 percent of his cuts all of last season. The 22-year-old South Korean golfer will now direct his attention this week to the Memorial Tournament. In Kim's two previous attempts at Muirfield Village, he has had a third-round injury withdrawal in 2017 and a T74 result in 2016. Despite the shift in Kim's consistency, he still makes for a boom-or-bust type of option at his $6,900 price tag on DraftKings. We would highly recommend avoiding Kim in cash games, but at around one percent ownership, he is worth a couple of dart throws in multi-entry GPPs.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoSatoshi Kodaira entered his round on Saturday in a share of third place and only three shots back of the overnight leader Justin Rose. Unfortunately, Kodaira shot a 71 and 70 on the weekend, dropping him to a T20 finish. The 20th-place finish is Kodaira's second best result during his PGA Tour career, behind only his win at the RBC Heritage. This week, Kodaira will keep the pedal to the metal and give the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village his best shot. He comes into the week with a $6,900 price tag on DraftKings, making him one of the cheapest options on the board. Kodaira's statistics never entirely grade out the way you would hope, but at under five percent ownership and a minuscule price tag, he is always worth a second look.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoSince 2013, Kyle Stanley has made all three of his cuts at Muirfield Village Golf Club, which includes a T6 last season and a solo third-place finish in 2013. Muirfield Village requires ball-striking expertise, which luckily for Stanley is his forte. The 30-year-old American golfer is currently ranked fifth on tour in ball-striking, a stat he finished first in last season. His $7,600 price tag on DraftKings makes him very affordable, and he is projected to be around 10 to 15 percent owned. At over a 10 percent ownership mixed with his inclination for mid-tier finishes, Stanley seems like he may potentially be a better fit for cash-game lineups over GPPs. However, he still does provide some upside for those looking for a GPP darling.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoAdam Hadwin is currently leading the tour with 18 consecutive cuts made in a row, one ahead of Jason Day and Dustin Johnson. While DFS gamers are happy that Hadwin didn't end up missing the cut at the Fort Worth Invitational, he also didn't help to add much to the week. As one of the highest owned players, Hadwin's T52 finish was middling, at best. This week, Hadwin will tee it up at the Memorial Tournament. At his $7,400 price tag on DraftKings, he makes for an intriguing bounce-back candidate in all formats. Hadwin missed the cut last year at the Memorial but did provide a T11 finish in 2016. Hadwin's biggest struggle this season has been his putting, where he ranks 116th on tour, and he has been even worse from five to 10 feet, ranking just 197th.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 year agoThe 26-year-old Belgian golfer, Thomas Pieters, has become notorious for his poor temperament on the golf course. Last weekend at the BMW PGA Championship, Pieters once again displayed his short fuse. On the par-five fourth hole, Pieters took a hack at his second shot from the rough. Clearly displeased with the outcome, Pieters took his nine iron and snapped it in half over the back of his neck. These displays of negative emotion seem to be happening every tournament for Pieters. After reaching a career-high ranking of 23rd in the world last season, Pieters has fallen all the way down to 67th in the Official World Golf Rankings. Until he fixes his mental outbursts, the slide in his ranking may continue.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource:
1 year agoDylan Frittelli shot an even-par two rounds of golf at the BMW PGA Championship, missing the cut on the number. Frittelli, who has been sharing his time on both the PGA Tour and European Tour, has failed to find success recently on either. The missed cut marks the second consecutive missed cut for Frittelli. Earlier in the season, Frittelli got up to a career-high ranking of 44th in the world, but with his recent struggles, he has drifted all the way back to 58th in the Offical World Golf Rankings. Frittelli will not participate in the Memorial Tournament this week. Already qualified for the U.S. Open in two weeks, it is possible that could be the next glimpse we get of the 28-year-old South African golfer.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: European Tour