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2 years agoLouis Oosthuizen, currently the 29th-ranked player in the official World Golf rankings, played solid golf all week long to finish 16th at the Valspar Championship. He did so by shooting rounds of 71, 69, 69 and 72. He’s picked up his PGA commitments as of late, playing for what will be his fourth PGA Tour tournament in a row this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He has a great price point and a chance to finish well, as his worst finish after getting into the weekend this year has been 30th place. Play him with confidence because if he makes the cut, he’s going to be near the leaderboard, if not on it.--Drake PeaughSource: DraftKings
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2 years agoHao-Tong Li, currently 33rd in the official World Golf rankings, has played well this season on the European Tour. He won the Omega Dubai Desert Classic in January and has three other top-20 finishes to go along with the win. As he slowly starts playing more on the PGA Tour, we should see some greatly improved play from him in the very near future. His most recent PGA tournaments had him placing 63rd and 53rd, making the cut in both. At his very cheap price point, he’s a value play to go alongside a strong play this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.--Drake PeaughSource: DraftKings
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2 years agoWith rounds of 74 on both Thursday and Friday, Tony Finau missed his second cut of the season at the Valspar Championship. It was a surprising result for the golfer, who finished fifth at this event last year. Finau will skip this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational and will likely next play at the WGC Dell Match Play in two weeks. It will be Finau's first start in the match-play event.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoJapanese golfer Satoshi Kodaira will be making his first start at the Arnold Palmer Invitational this week, and just his third start on the PGA Tour this year. Ranked No. 44 in the world, Kodaira primarily plays on the Japan Golf Tour, where he has six wins in his career. His best finish in the states is a T46 at the 2017 U.S. Open, and he has one missed cut and a 54th-place finish in his two starts this season. He shouldn't be considered a threat to contend this week, and just playing the weekend should be viewed as a success for him.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoBranden Grace shot rounds of 68, 68 and 70 over the final three days to post his first top-10 finish of the season, a T8 at the Valspar Championship. Grace has had a solid yet unspectacular start to the season, having yet to miss a cut in seven events but also not posting a finish better than T15 before this week. Grace is not entered in this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational and will most likely play next at the WGC Match Play in two weeks.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoIt's been a rough start to the 2018 season for Francesco Molinari, as he's only cracked the top 25 once in four events and has one missed cut. Perhaps the Arnold Palmer Invitational is just what he needs, as he has historically been very good here, including a pair of top-10 finishes in the last two years. He's shot 69 or better in five of his last eight rounds at this course and has only failed to break par twice over that stretch. Molinari could be a sneaky name to watch this week.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoAfter a week of rest, Alex Noren returns to competitive play this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. Noren has had a great start to his season, having yet to miss a cut in his six starts and finishing out of the top 21 only once. He finished T49 at last year's Arnold Palmer, but should be in line to improve on that given his current form. Noren will be one to watch this week.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoHenrik Stenson made his official 2018 debut on the PGA Tour, and it is one he'd probably like to forget. He struggled at the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook, shooting back-to-back rounds of 74 and missing the cut. Things may not get much better for Stenson as he heads to the Arnold Palmer Invitational this week, an event he missed the cut at last year. That started a string of four straight missed cuts for the Swede. Stenson will hope history does not repeat itself this week.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoAfter taking time off to spend with his family, Jason Day will make his first start in over a month at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, and he'll have to deal with the crowds Tiger Woods brings as the two will be paired together. Woods and Day have won three of the last six events played here (Day in 2016, Woods in 2012 and 2013) and will be joined in the group by Hideki Matsuyama. They will be the marquee group of the opening rounds and could all be in contention come Sunday.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: CBS Sports
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2 years agoAs he did last year, Rickie Fowler will honor the late Arnold Palmer with a custom designed pair of spikes. His shoes will be umbrella-themed, an ode to Palmer's logo. "I mean, legends never die," Fowler said last year. "He's always going to be here, this tournament's going to go on, he was a special man, and I'm happy I was able to call him a friend." Fowler finished tied for 12th here last year but has struggled recently, missing two of his last four cuts. Perhaps this week will be what he needs to get back on track.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: CBS Sports
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2 years agoTiger Woods came oh so close to picking up his first professional victory in five years, losing to Paul Casey by one shot at last weekend's Valspar Championship. Woods hasn't won a professional event since the 2013 WGC Bridgestone Invitational but appears ready to contend again. After a birdie on the first hole Sunday tied him for the lead, he couldn't get much going and eventually settled for a T2 finish. Still, it appears Woods' game is fully back and he has to be considered one of the favorites at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, an event he has won eight times.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoJustin Rose, currently the fifth-ranked player in the world according to the official World Golf rankings, finished tied for fifth at the the Valspar Championship. He did so with rounds of 70, 69, 66 and 72. He played solid golf all week and let his putter guide him to low scores and keep him out of trouble, as he only had six bogeys throughout the whole week. Including both the PGA and European Tour, this is Rose’s seventh top-10 finish since this past November. Look for him to continue his hot streak this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and for his price, play him with confidence.--Drake PeaughSource: ESPN
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2 years agoMatthew Fitzpatrick finished tied for 30th at the WGC Mexico Championship at two-under par. Fitzpatrick carded sub-par rounds on Friday and Sunday and led the field with pars made for the tournament at 52 total. This week, Fitzpatrick will be making his first ever start at the Valspar Championship and looks to take on the rest of the star-studded field. Look for this young gun to continue to build on his already fantastic golf resume.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoRoss Fisher finished at even par on Sunday at the WGC Mexico Championship, shooting a five-over par round of 76. Before his dismal play on Sunday, Fisher was five-under par at the finish of his third round, where he carded a two-under round of 69. This week, Fisher heads to the Valspar Championship, where his last start he missed the cut. Fisher is ranked 29th in the World Golf rankings and his strokes gained tee to green is .734.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoComing into the WGC Mexico Championship, Patrick Reed missed two straight cuts, but with no cuts in the field, he had four rounds to try to get something going. During the first two rounds, he shot a four-over par and over the weekend he carded two rounds in the 60s. This was good enough to finish tied for 37th at one-under par. Reed will head into this week’s event at the Valspar Championship with more confidence and sits ranked at 64th in strokes gained tee to green at .530 with a driving distance at 300.1 yards. Reed knows his way around this course, as his best finish was a playoff loss to Charles Schwartzel in 2015.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour

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