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2 years agoTyrrell Hatton finished one shot shy of the magic playoff number of 16-under par to appear in the extra holes. By placing runner-up, Hatton sees heading into the Arnold Palmer Invitational that his game is where it needs to be. Hatton is ranked No. 14 in the official World Golf rankings and finished last year's Arnold Palmer Invitational tied for fourth at nine-under par.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoMatt Kuchar finished tied for 40th this past week at the Valspar Championship. Kuchar headed into Sunday sitting at two-over par and carded a two-under round to finish at even par for the tournament. Kuchar was tied for 32nd in strokes gained putting at .474. While it might seem that Kuchar is in a slump, he is starting to trend upward with the Masters in his sights in the next couple of weeks.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoKevin Kisner is coming off of a solo 29th-place finish at the WGC Mexico Championship at three-under par. During the 2017 Arnold Palmer Invitational, Kisner finished tied for second at 10-under par alongside Charlie Hoffman. Ranked fifth in the strokes-gained putting category at .903 and ranked eighth in driving accuracy percentage at 70 percent shows that Kisner is a well-rounded player to pick this week.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoFinishing one stroke behind the eventual winner Paul Casey, Patrick Reed finished tied for second with none other than Tiger Woods. Reed played stellar golf Friday through Sunday, finishing at nine-under par and carding three under-par rounds. Reed switched golf balls this week to a Titleist ProV1 since he is no longer under contract with Callaway. Rolling into the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Reed hopes to continue building on the performance he gave last week.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoRoss Fisher missed the cut this past week at the Valspar Championship at eight-over par. In Fisher's first round, he carded a woeful five-over par. Hoping to make a move on Friday to make the cut, Fisher had a meager three-over par that included two double bogeys. Fisher is ranked No. 30 in the official World Golf rankings.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoTommy Fleetwood has been a top contender this year and heads into the Arnold Palmer Invitational looking to keep up his strong play. Last year, Fleetwood finished tied for 10th at six-under par on his first visit to Bay Hill. Fleetwood’s stellar play has led to him being in the top five for strokes gained off the tee at .984 and second for strokes gained tee to green at 1.841. Fleetwood has not played since the WGC Mexico Championship but will be more than prepared for the field and Bay Hill.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoHideki Matsuyama will be making his first start since withdrawing from the Phoenix Open with a wrist injury where he was the defending champion. Matsuyama will be returning to Bay Hill, where he has finished with a top-10, top-20 and 45th-place finish. This year, Matsuyama will be paired with Jason Day and Tiger Woods for the first two rounds. As long as Matsuyama’s wrist is fully healed, look for him to be a contender.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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2 years agoJordan Spieth missed the cut this past week at the Valspar Championship with a dismal five-over par. Spieth was not the only superstar to miss the cut -- other notables include Rory McIlroy, Jason Dufner and Henrik Stenson. After an opening-round 76, Spieth spoke of poor iron play, which was the culprit of the opening round over-par score. Speith will not be playing this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational but will be at WGC Dell Match Play in Texas. Spieth will have a full week to work on finding that spark leading into the first major of the year.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: Golf Week
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2 years agoRory McIllroy, currently the eighth-ranked player in the world according to the official World Golf rankings, struggled mightily at the Valspar Championship. He missed the weekend after shooting rounds of 74 and 73. He is now 2-for-4 in cuts made on the PGA Tour this year. His putting looks to lack confidence, as he has switched putters numerous times since the start of the year, and his ball striking, while still powerful and long, has been inconsistent. He is a very risky option for the Arnold Palmer Invitational this weekend, especially at his price point.--Drake PeaughSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoSergio Garcia, currently the 11th-ranked golfer in the official World Golf rankings, just finished a great week of golf at the Valspar Championship, finishing the tournament in fourth place. He started off the first two rounds of his week at one-over par, however, his weekend rounds were a completely different story, especially his last round, where he fired a weekend-low 65. On that Sunday 65, it could have been even lower had he not bogeyed two holes on his front nine. He finished the round with eight birdies on the day, almost equaling birdies he made all week combined (10). He is playing excellent golf right now, including two top-10s in his three PGA Tour events.--Drake PeaughSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoPaul Casey, currently the 17th-ranked player in the official World Golf rankings, had a strong finish this past weekend, as he rallied with a final-round score of 65 to get the big win at the Valspar Championship. This is Casey’s first professional win since 2014 and his first PGA Tour win since 2009. He was destined to break through, as he’s had too many good rounds of golf lately. He’s had 11 top-10s in the past year prior, with three of those this year. Look for him in weeks ahead at the top of the leaderboards, as he is currently playing some of the best golf of his career.--Drake PeaughSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoBrian Hartman, currently ranked 20th in the official World Golf rankings, has played excellent golf to start his season. Since this past October and taking the Farmers Insurance Open missed cut, he’s placed no worse than 33rd, including five top-five finishes, with his most recent at the WGC-Mexico Championship. This was his last tournament played, and he played very well. He shot three rounds of 68 and a solo 67 to finish in fifth place. Harman has an opportunity at the Arnold Palmer Invitational to make some noise. He’s a very solid ball striker and has a masterful short game. As he’s done all season long, he should remain competitive in this tournament and has a great chance to be perched on the leaderboard all week long. Play him with confidence, especially at his friendly price point.--Drake PeaughSource: DraftKings
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2 years agoMarc Leishman, currently ranked 14th in the world by the official World Golf rankings, has not played great golf as of late. In his last event, the WGC-Mexico Championship, he finished tied for 37th. He played excellent golf for the first three rounds of his week, carding no worse than a 69. His last round, however, was a disastrous 77, knocking him way off the leaderboard and dropping him to another mediocre tournament finish. Aside from his mediocre play as of late, at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, he is a risk worth taking. He won this event last year with an 11-under par total, besting the leader going into Round 4 (Charley Hoffman) by one stroke. He also has a good price point, and he is capable of keeping his rounds in the high-60s. He’s also finished in the top 10 three times on the PGA Tour, going back to October of 2017.--Drake PeaughSource: DraftKings
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2 years agoCharley Hoffman, currently the 23rd-ranked golfer in the official World Golf rankings, had another missed cut at the Valspar Championship, shooting two rounds of 75. This is his second missed cut in his last four events, and in his other events during that span he finished 41st and 20th. His all-around golf game is struggling, with not much of anything going right for him. However, he does play well at this course, finishing second last year while having the lead for half of the tournament. His price for most sites is a favorable risk. He’s played well at this course before and his price point allows for some stronger players in other places.--Drake PeaughSource: DraftKings
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2 years agoGary Woodland, currently the 26th ranked player in the official World Golf rankings, has not played well since his win at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. He has played in four events, missing the cut in two of them, and finishing 49th and 50th in the other two. We don’t want to call this a winner’s hangover per say, but prior to the win, he had placed T4, T7 and T12. His golf game has obviously gotten away from him as of late. However, he’s too good of a player not to recover from this recent funk and when he does, look out. Woodland is a risk-taking, long-ball hitter that can rack up birdies like some of the best in the game.--Drake PeaughSource: DraftKings

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