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2/13:Ted Potter Jr. used a third-round 62 to propel himself into a share of the lead, then played flawless golf on Sunday with a final-round 69 to secure his first PGA Tour victory. He held off charges from the likes of Phil Mickelson, Chez Reavie and Jason Day, among others, to win by three shots. Considering he had missed five of nine cuts on the year and only had one top-15 finish, this was a surprise to most, if not all. He will look to ride that momentum into this week's Genesis Open at Riviera.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/13:Kevin Chappell posted his second top-10 finish of the season at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am by virtue of his T8 finish, and he now has two top-10s in his last three events. His form has been excellent over that stretch, as he has nine rounds in the 60s, including four rounds of 67 or better. Chappell did miss the cut here in 2017, but his form was also quite poor at the time and he will look to erase the memory of that event this year. He has some sneaky under-the-radar appeal, as his name could appear towards the top of the leaderboard.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/13:Solid has been the best word to describe Branden Grace's season thus far, and that continued at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, where he finished with a score of eight-under, tied for 20th. He now has three top-25 finishes in four events and has yet to miss a cut, but has not cracked the top 15. Grace finished tied for 22nd at the Genesis Open in 2017 with rounds of 67, 70, 69 and 72. He should once again be a solid play this week.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/13:Reigning PGA Rookie Of the Year Xander Schauffele is set to make his first career start at Riviera this week. It has been a solid, but unspectacular sophomore campaign for Schauffele, who has just one top-10 finish and has missed one cut in six events. He showed well at the Waste Management Open, shooting three rounds in the 60's before a Sunday 72 dropped him to a share of 17th. He will look to carry that momentum into this week's Genesis Open.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:Tiger Woods will return to Riviera this weekend for the first time since 2006. Woods has never won the Genesis Open, but his best finish came in 1999 when he finished second to Ernie Els. The focal point for Woods will most likely be his health, as he has missed most of the past couple years with back issues. However, Woods came out unscathed and played well in his last start, finishing T23 at the Farmers Insurance Open. Woods is no longer the consensus No. 1 player in the world he once was, but there is no doubt he is still a talented professional trying to prove himself once again. He will look to dethrone defending champ Dustin Johnson.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:Francesco Molinari's 2018 PGA season is off to a slow start. On the bright side, he has made the cut in all three events he has played in. Unfortunately, he does not have a finish higher than T40. He has shot in the 60's just twice in his 12 competitive rounds thus far. Putting has never been a strength of Molinari's game, but he has struggled worse than usual this year, ranking 194th in strokes gained putting. If he is going to bounce back from his 2017 missed cut at the Genesis Open, he will have to find his putting stroke.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:After not playing for over a month, Pat Perez was able to post a solid T35 finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He has now made all six of his cuts in 2018 with one win and three top-10 finishes and currently sits seventh in the FedEx Cup ranking. Perez played Riviera for the first time in 2017 and opened with rounds of 67 and 66 before faltering over the weekend with a 74 and 72, eventually finishing tied for 28th. Perez could improve in his second go-around this week.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:Tommy Fleetwood is arguably one of the hottest players coming into this weekend's tournament. Fleetwood has not finished lower than sixth in his past four starts, including a tied for third finish at the Hero World Challenge and a first-place victory at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. That was Fleetwood's fifth career tournament victory, but they have all come in international tournaments. With the Genesis Open being on American soil, Fleetwood will look for his first American victory.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:Brooks Koepka (wrist), ranked ninth in the world, will miss several big tournaments after suffering a torn tendon in his wrist. It is unknown when the injury occurred, but Koepka already missed scheduled starts at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Although Koepka expressed his frustration with the injury, he remains optimistic he will be ready to play at the Masters at the beginning of April. The eight- to 12-week recovery timeline will clear him the week before the tournament. Even if he is able to play, wrist injuries can be hard to deal with in this sport, so you may want to steer clear in fantasy.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:Hideki Matsuyama (wrist), the sixth-ranked golfer in the world, will not be on the course for The Genesis Open while dealing with a left wrist injury. Matsuyama withdrew from the Waste Management Phoenix Open, where he was the two-time defending champ, after experiencing pain near his left thumb/wrist area. Although the injury was not deemed serious, Matsuyama will continue to rehab and try to enter the next tournament available.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:After a strong 2017 finish, Jordan Spieth is having a disappointing start to 2018. In his last three appearances, Spieth finished T18, missed the cut and finished T20. Spieth has really been struggling with his putting. His -0.72 shots gained from putting is ranked 193rd after finishing 42nd in 2017. Spieth will look to return to form as he joins a star-studded field in the upcoming Genesis Open. Spieth finished the tournament T22 last year and is always a threat to take home the trophy in any tournament.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:Ranked No. 16 in the official world golf rankings, Alex Noren is set to make his fourth start of the 2018 PGA season at the Genesis Open. Noren typically only plays the big events in the United States, but has committed to playing more this season. He has made the cut in all three tournaments he has played in thus far, including a tied for second finish at the Farmers Insurance Open two weeks ago, but he will be making his first career start at Riviera. Still, he is a solid bet for a good finish based on his recent form.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:Jason Day finished the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in a four-way tie for second at 14 under, shooting rounds of 69, 65, 69 and 70. He now has consecutive top-two finishes after his win two weeks ago in the Farmers Insurance Open. Day is not scheduled to compete at the Genesis Open this weekend or the Honda Classic in two weeks. He will most likely tee it up in the World Golf Championships in Mexico. He missed the event last year and will be getting his first look at the new host course. Still, he will be one of the favorites to do well.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2/12:After a week off, Justin Thomas is set to tee it up for the Genesis Open at Riviera. He will get a welcome addition back on the bag, as caddie Jimmy Johnson is set to return after aggravating a foot injury during the second round at Kapalua. “Sounds like he’s going to be good to go for L.A.,” Thomas said, “so it’ll be good to have the man back.” Thomas has not won since the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges, but also has not finished worse than tied for 22nd in the 2018 season and has made the cut in all five of his events played. He will be one of the favorites heading into this week's action.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: Golfweek
2/12:Dustin Johnson entered Sunday's final round at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am tied for the lead with eventual winner Ted Potter Jr., but could not get anything going, finishing with a final round of 72. His round of 72 was better than only two other players in the top 25 of the final leaderboard, and he failed to shoot in the 60's on both Saturday and Sunday. His round dropped him into a four-way tie for second. While Sunday's performance was a bit surprising, the world's No. 1 golfer should have no problem rebounding this week at the Genesis Open played at Riviera. After winning here in 2018, Johnson vaulted to world No. 1 and has not looked back since. He is the class of the field this week.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour