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2/21:Rory McIllroy has played great golf to start 2018. Aside from his struggles at Pebble Beach, where he missed the cut for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, he has placed well this year in European Tour events. He finished third at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, then finished second at the Dubai Desert Classic, and 20th at the Genesis Open, his first PGA Tour event this year. For his upcoming tournament, you will see him playing in the Honda Classic at the PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens. He will be paired with Padraig Harrington and Adam Scott during his first two rounds. Look for him to be in contention in hopes of grabbing his first victory of the 2018 season.--Drake Peaugh - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:Jon Rahm, currently the second-ranked player in the world and third in the FedEx Cup Standings, is enjoying some time off after his T26 showing at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He dropped a handful of shots by shooting a dreadful 42 on the back nine, leading to a round-four 76 and a seven-under score to finish his tournament. Look for him to play his next rounds of competitive golf in two weeks at the WGC-Mexico Championship.--Drake Peaugh - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:Tiger Woods returned after a two-week layoff and struggled, especially with his driver and iron game. After opening with a one-over 72 on Thursday, he could only muster a five-over 76 that put him well outside the cut line Friday. He'll get a chance to rebound as he makes his first start at the Honda Classic since 2014 when he had to withdraw after 13 holes with back spasms. A month later he would have back surgery. Now seemingly fully healthy, Woods understands the importance of playing. “I need to get some tournament rounds in and next week is a home match,” Woods said. “And I’m able to get some more work done this weekend.” While he isn't a favorite to win, all eyes will be watching to see if his game is starting to come together.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: Golf Digest
2/20:After sitting out the Genesis Open, Kevin Kisner is set to return at this week's Honda Classic at PGA National in Florida. Kisner skipped Riviera after missing the cut at Pebble Beach. In 2017, Kisner finished tied for 48th at the Honda Classic after a final-round 77 dropped him out of contention. Still, he put together a solid first three days and should improve on that finish this year.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:Branden Grace finished tied for 37th at the Genesis Open at Riviera with a score of one-under. Grace, a short but accurate driver, struggled most of the week to find the fairway, hitting just 23 fairways. His percentage of 41.07 was well below his season average of 69.18, which made scoring tough for Grace. He'll need to drive it better at the World Golf Championships in Mexico in two weeks if he wants to contend.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:After opening with rounds of 71 and 70 at the Genesis Open at Riviera, Xander Schauffele carded back-to-back 68s on the weekend to finish in a tie for ninth. It was his second top 10 of the season but first since October. Schauffele will not play at this week's Honda Classic but is slated to play the World Golf Championship in Mexico in March. It will be his first start at the event.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:Francesco Molinari missed his first cut of the season at the Genesis Open after a dreadful opening-round 77 all but dashed his hopes of playing the weekend. Molinari has yet to finish inside the top 40 all season and just hasn't been able to find his form. He'll take a week off before playing again at the World Golf Championship in Mexico in two weeks. He is unlikely to be a threat at that event.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:Bubba Watson won the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club with a final score of 12-under, besting second-place finishers Tony Finau and Kevin Na by two strokes. He finished his final round in “Bubba Golf” fashion, playing the front side of his final round with three bogeys, leading to a one over par 36. He then hit some excellent putts on holes 11-13, followed by a pitch-in out of the green-side bunker on hole 14. From there he kept his lead and finished the 18th by hugging his caddy with tears rolling down his face. Entering the week ranked 117th in the world, he has climbed the world ranks drastically, currently sitting in 40th. This was a much-needed win for him, as he has struggled with numerous issues, both personally and on the course, in the past two years. Look for this win to significantly boost his confidence as he prepares to play for in the 2018 Masters.--Drake Peaugh - RotoBallerSource:
2/20:Pat Perez finished the Genesis Open at Riviera in a tie for 41st with a score of even par, only able to shoot one round in the 60s. After back-to-back top-five finishes, Perez now has finishes of T35 and T41, and his form seems to be slipping. He'll get a much-needed break this week before playing the World Golf Championship in Mexico in two weeks, where he will look to regain his early-season form.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:Alex Noren finished tied for 16th at the Genesis Open at Riviera after rounds of 71, 69, 71 and 69 for a four-under total. It was Noren's third top-25 finish in four starts, and he has yet to finish worse than tied for 31st. He'll be making his fourth straight start at this week's Honda Classic, an event he hasn't played in since 2013, where he missed the cut. Given his recent form and consistency, he is a safe bet to playing the weekend this time.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:Rickie Fowler is set to return this week at the Honda Classic at PGA National in Florida where he is the defending champion. Fowler lapped the field in 2017, winning by four shots over Morgan Hoffman. Fowler last played at the Waste Management Phoenix Open three weeks ago and is one of the favorites to win this week. Expect to see his name atop the leaderboard each day.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:Justin Thomas used solid golf all week to post a T9 finish at the Genesis Open, his second top-10 finish on the 2018 PGA Tour season. With rounds of 69, 71, 67 and 70, Thomas was near the top of the leaderboard but never really threatened to win. He'll tee it up again this week at the Honda Classic at PGA National in Florida, an event where he missed the cut in 2017. He should fare better this week, however, and is one of the favorites to win.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/20:After an opening-round 74 at the Genesis Open had Dustin Johnson in danger of missing the cut, he reeled off a Friday 69 and a Saturday 64 to surge back into contention. Unfortunately, he struggled for the second consecutive Sunday, shooting a two-over 73 to finish tied for 16th. Johnson couldn't get much going Sunday, and his round included two double bogeys. Johnson is not entered in the Honda Classic but should tee it up again at the World Golf Championships in Mexico in two weeks, where he will be one of the favorites and is the defending champion.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/14:For just the second time in his career, Charley Hoffman (back) withdrew mid tournament as he left the course at Pebble Beach after 10 holes in the third round. Hoffman was two-under at the time and later cited back issues as the reason for his withdrawal. He is scheduled to play at this week's Genesis Open, though fantasy players may want to keep a close eye on his status, as it could change at any time. Hoffman did finish tied for fourth here in 2017, so if he plays and is healthy, he could be a threat come Sunday.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: Rotoworld
2/14:Paul Casey has only started two events in the 2018 calendar year, but he has played well in each. In the Abu Dabhi HSBC Championship he finished tied for ninth after rounds of 70, 65, 69 and 70. He followed that up with a T8 finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, opening with a 67 and then shooting three straight 70s. Casey played this event in 2017, finishing T39, but was not in as good as form as he is now. He is one to watch this week and could find his name towards the top of the leaderboard when the weekend is through.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour