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1 year agoFrancesco Molinari posted another top-20 finish at the Wells Fargo Championship last week, his second top-20 finish in his previous three starts. The Italian is coming into form and will be relishing the prospect of taking on TPC Sawgrass this week at the Players. Molinari has finished in the top 10 of the Players four times in his seven visits, and in his last three trips he has finished no higher than T7. Since 2013, only three men have a higher strokes gained total at TPC Sawgrass than Molinari.--GianniSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoXander Schauffele struggled for the second consecutive tournament and finished in a tie for 72nd place at the Wells Fargo Championship last week. Schauffele failed to break par in any of his four rounds and struggled all week on the greens. The 2017 Rookie of the Year lost 3.4 strokes gained in putting to the field, which was his worst week on the greens since the Honda Classic in 2017. This week, Schauffele will make his first-ever appearance at the Players.--GianniSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoKevin Kisner couldn’t replicate the form that he showed at Quail Hollow last year as he failed to make the cut at the Wells Fargo Championship last week. Kisner, like many, struggled on the greens and posted his worst putting performance of the season. Kisner tees it up at the Players this week and will be leaning on his superb performance at TPC Sawgrass back in 2015, where he eventually finished runner-up. Since then, Kisner has found TPC Sawgrass more difficult. He missed the cut the following year and last year could only post a T56 finish. Despite this, it’s a course which suits the American's game.--GianniSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoPatrick Reed’s fine run of form continued last week at the Wells Fargo Championship. Reed shot an impressive total of six-under par over the weekend, and it was good enough to give him an eighth-place finish. It’s Reed’s fifth consecutive top-10 finish on the PGA Tour in stroke-play events. Reed will now be looking to put himself into contention this week at the Players for the first time. The American has had mixed results at TPC Sawgrass, with two top-25 finishes to go alongside two missed cuts.--GianniSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoBrian Harman suffered a miserable week at the Wells Fargo Championship, which he capped with a dreadful performance on Sunday. Harman entered the final round at level par but played his first seven holes in as many shots over par and eventually posted a round of 81 to finish 74th. Harman is teeing it up this week at the Players, where he finished tied for eighth back in 2015. However, that was the only occasion that Harman has cracked the top 50 at this week's course on his previous six visits.--GianniSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoRafa Cabrera Bello missed the cut at his last event alongside Sergio Garcia at the Zurich Classic, but he returns to a course this week which was the home to one of his most impressive PGA Tour performances. In 2017, Cabrera Bello finished in a tie for sixth place at the Players. It was only the Spaniard's second appearance at the event, and it was his best finish Stateside last year, which suggests that TPC Sawgrass is a course that fits his eye.--GianniSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoBubba Watson is back in action at the Players this week. The American will be hoping to improve on his record at TPC Sawgrass, where he has struggled throughout his career. Watson’s best finish at the event is a T37, and last year he failed to make the cut. The lack of freedom off the tee at TPC Sawgrass is one of the main reasons Watson has never felt comfortable on the course. The tight, tactical battle which TPC Sawgrass provides does a lot to negate Watson’s excellent play with the driver.--GianniSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoThe 27th-ranked player in the world, Satoshi Kodaira, will make his first PGA Tour start since his breakthrough RBC Heritage victory. Kodaira, who has a Japanese Tour start since his RBC win, finished T32 in his home country's tournament two weeks ago. Kodaira's win at the RBC Heritage came out of left field, even though his ranking would indicate otherwise. Before the RBC Heritage, Kodaira's best PGA Tour result was a T28 at this year's Masters. Kodaira's middling $7,100 price tag on DraftKings makes him impossible to use, despite his top-30 world ranking. There's a lot of value to be had in that range, and we would look elsewhere.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoJustin Rose has not had much success at TPC Sawgrass; in his 14 Players starts, he's made only eight cuts and has just one top-10 finish. In fact, he has only finished inside the top 35 three times. Rose has been playing excellent golf in 2018, however, and perhaps his time is now. Despite his lack of success at this course, he has to be considered one of the contenders.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoJon Rahm made his first start at the Players Championship in 2017, and it did not go well for the Spaniard. After opening with rounds of 68 and 72, he fired a dismal 82 on Saturday to miss the secondary cut. This course does not suit his game, but he should improve his second time around. Still, for as good as he is playing these days, he has to be on the list of contenders.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoDustin Johnson will be making his 10th start at the Players Championship, a course he has historically not had success at. Last year, he was in possibly the best form of his career and he could only post a T12 finish, his best ever finish at TPC Sawgrass and his only finish inside the top 25. It will have been almost a month since he last played at the RBC Heritage in April, and it's hard to see Johnson being a contender to win this week.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoChez Reavie is set to return to action this week at The Players Championship. Reavie, who partnered with Lucas Glover at the Zurich Classic team event, is making his first solo start since his 53rd-place finish at the Masters. In his last five solo stroke-play events, Reavie has not recorded a top-50 result. Since 2013, Reavie has played in The Players twice, which includes a missed cut in 2016 and a T56 last year. Reavie will be extremely difficult to trust based on his current form but does find himself at a course that should suit his game better, even if historically it hasn't in the past. His $6,800 price tag on DraftKings makes him the ultimate boom-or-bust candidate, but there is upside available if Reavie can regain his early season form.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoRoss Fisher continues to struggle on the PGA Tour in 2018. Fisher was able to make the cut at last week's Wells Fargo Championship, but only managed a 63rd-place finish. The European Tour veteran hasn't finished better than 45th in a tournament since January. Fisher will try to find his game at the Players Championship this week. He hacked his way to a missed cut at TPC Sawgrass last year. Fisher is an unplayable fantasy option in his current form.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoBranden Grace is set to return to action at the Players Championship this week. Grace has not played since the Masters in early April due to the birth of his child. The South African has played well in 2018, making the cut in every tournament he’s played this season. Grace has made the cut in all four of his career appearances at the Players but has never cracked the top 25 at TPC Sawgrass. He is priced at a very reasonable $7,400 on DraftKings this week and is a solid value play.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 year agoTony Finau will be making his third career start in the Players Championship this week. Finau has failed to make the cut in his previous two attempts at TPC Sawgrass. The 28-year-old sensation is having a great season and seems to be progressively improving his overall game. Finau has relied heavily on his driver in the past but ranks an impressive 15th in strokes gained tee to green in 2018. Finau has finished in the top-25 in his last five starts and is looking for a breakthrough at this year's Players Championship.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour