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2 years agoComing into this weekend's match play, this will be Rafael Cabrera Bello’s first start since the WGC Mexico Championship, where he finished tied for third. Last year at the WGC Dell Match Play, Cabrera Bello made it to the third-round playoff but lost to Charles Howell. Cabrera Bello enters this week ranked 21st in the official World Golf rankings and has a scoring average of 69.48. With this year being a Ryder Cup year, look for the Spaniard to go all out in his matches.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoAfter a week off, Matt Kuchar will be heading to the WGC Dell Match Play as the leader of Group 16 and will be amongst the likes of Ross Fisher, Yuta Ikeda and Zach Johnson. Last year, Kuchar had one win, one loss and one halved round but failed to make it into the sweet-16 bracket. Kuchar enters the week ranked 20th in the official World Golf rankings and is fifth in sand-save percentage at 63.04 percent.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoTyrrell Hatton finished at a whopping four-over par, carding three-over par rounds with the worst being a 75, and came home tied for 69th at Bay Hill this past week. Hatton will be heading to Austin this week to play in the WGC Dell Match Play and will be grouped alongside Charlie Hoffman, Brendan Steele and Alexander Levy in Group 12. Last year, Hatton made it to the third-round playoff and eventually lost to Charles Howell. Hatton is currently ranked 16th in the official World Golf rankings.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoTommy Fleetwood finished tied for 26th at a total of four-under par this past week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Fleetwood carded a first-round 69 then followed with a dismal 76 on Friday and played mediocre over the weekend. Fleetwood is ranked 12th in the official World Golf rankings and is grouped alongside Daniel Berger and match-play guru Ian Poulter for this year's WGC Dell Match Play. Last year, Fleetwood managed to miss out on the sweet-16 grouping but will be hoping to finish better than last year.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoHideki Matsuyama finished this past week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational tied for 47th at a dismal one-under par. Looking to this week, Matsuyama will be heading up the fifth grouping for the WGC Dell Match Play. Last year, Matsuyama had zero wins, two losses and one halved match. Matsuyama’s scrambling abilities may play a vital part in this week's event, as he sits third in strokes gained around the green at .710.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoJordan Spieth will be making his next start this week at the WGC Dell Match Play in his home state of Texas. Spieth made it into the third round last year with one win, one loss and one halved, which was not enough to move him into the sweet-16 grouping. Spieth is heading up Group 4 and will be playing his Ryder Cup teammate Patrick Reed. Coming into this event, Spieth is still struggling on the greens, placing 169th on tour for strokes gained putting at minus-.349, but if that putter gets hot, watch out for Spieth.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoHenrik Stenson was in contention most of the week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. Stenson entered Sunday with the lead and got off to a strong start before sputtering down the stretch, eventually finishing alone in fourth, five shots back of Rory McIlroy. Still, It was a strong showing for Stenson, who missed the cut in 2017. Stenson will not play in this week's match-play event and will next tee it up at the Shell Houston Open before playing the Masters.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoJason Day shot rounds of 73, 71, 67 and 72 to finish the Arnold Palmer Invitational at five-under par, tied for 22nd. It was a solid showing for the world No. 11, who hadn't played since Feb. 11 to deal with family issues. Day will make his second consecutive start this week at the WGC Dell Match Play. His group will be highlighted by a finals rematch from 2015 between him and Louis Oosthuizen. Day won that match five and four.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoRickie Fowler charged up the Arnold Palmer Invitational leaderboard on Saturday, but a double bogey on the 18th hole after his ball buried in a bunker left him four shots back entering Sunday. His struggles continued, as he shot a final-round 74 that saw him finish in a tie for 14th. His round was low-lighted by a second consecutive double bogey on the par-four 18th. Fowler will skip this week's WGC Dell Match Play and should next play in the Shell Houston Open, where he tied for third in 2017.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoJustin Thomas drew a tough group in the WGC Dell Match Play, as he will be paired with Francesco Molinari, Patton Kizzire and Luke List. Thomas beat List in a playoff at the Honda Classic, and Kizzire has already won twice on Tour this year. Molinari has struggled in this event and may be the only soft matchup in this group. Still, Thomas is one of the best in the world and is expected to come out of the group play.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoMatthew Fitzpatrick missed the cut this past week at the Valspar Championship at six-over par. The majority of the score came from Fitzpatrick’s poor play on Thursday, where he carded a five-over 76. Friday's round wasn't much better, as he shot a one-over 72 to miss the cut and headed home early to start preparing for this year's Arnold Palmer Invitational. Fitzpatrick has finished in the top 30 in his last two starts at Bay Hill and is looking to add some more wins to his resume.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoComing off of a T30 at the WGC Mexico Championship, Kevin Chappell will be heading to Bay Hill for the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Chappell has fared well in this event in the past, posting three top-25s, including a T2, a T50 and two missed cuts coming in odd-numbered years. During the 2018 calendar year, Chappell has carded four top-25s and zero missed cuts. Heading into this week's event, Chappell is tied for fifth in the strokes gained off the tee category at .935.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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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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