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2 years agoXander Schauffele entered Sunday's final round at the World Golf Championships in Mexico three shots back of the lead, but a 74 dropped him into a tie for 18th. Still, it was the young golfer's third straight top-18 finish after missing the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open back in January. Schauffele is not entered in this week's Valspar Championship, but we could see the youngster at Bay Hill in two weeks.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoAfter a slow start to the season that saw him fail to finish inside the top 40, including one missed cut, Francesco Molinari used a final-round 68 to propel himself into a T25 finish at the World Golf Championships in Mexico. It was his second consecutive round in the 60s on a Sunday, and perhaps the Italian is starting to find his game. He'll have a chance to build on Sunday's performance in two weeks when he heads to the Arnold Palmer Invitational, an event he finished seventh at in 2017.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoPat Perez entered the final round of the World Golf Championships in Mexico just three shots off the lead, but a final-round 75 dropped him back to a tie for 20th. This marks the third straight tournament Perez has struggled on Sunday, as he has not broken 73 over that stretch. Still, Perez has been playing good golf and has yet to miss a cut in eight starts this year. He should be in contention once again in two weeks at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and could improve on his T17 finish from a year ago.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoAlex Noren shot an eight-under par 276 to finish in a share of 14th place at the World Golf Championships in Mexico. It was Noren's fifth top-16 finish in a season that has seen him finish outside the top 20 only twice in six events. Noren will skip this week's Valspar Championship before playing the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in two weeks.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoHenrik Stenson will be making just his second PGA Tour start this week at the Valspar Championship. Stenson, who has been a fixture on the PGA Tour, typically waits until the Valspar event to start playing stateside. It's been an up and down year for Stenson, who has two top-10 finishes but also two finishes outside the top 35 in four European Tour starts. He did finish tied for seventh here a year ago and could be a dark horse at this week's event.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoAfter an opening-round 68 put Rickie Fowler in the thick of things, he couldn't get much going, shooting rounds of 70 on Friday and Saturday before a final-round 75 dropped him into a share of 37th. Fowler has two missed cuts in his last four events and hasn't shown the same form he had in 2017 where he was contending on a near weekly basis. He'll get a week of rest before playing the Arnold Palmer Invitational, were he finished 12th a year ago.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoA week after winning in a playoff at the Honda Classic, Justin Thomas lost a one-hole playoff to Phil Mickelson when he failed to par the 17th hole. After the first two rounds, it seemed almost impossible Thomas would be in a playoff let alone contending, but he played the final 36 holes at 16-under, which tied the PGA Tour record. "If you'd told me I'd be in a playoff after two rounds, I would have told you you're lying," said Thomas, who would have become the first player since David Duval in 1997 to win consecutive PGA Tour events in playoffs. "But I played unbelievable golf these past two days. I'm probably more proud of myself than I ever have been." Thomas is not entered in the Valspar Championship this week and likely won't tee it up again until the WGC Match Play at the end of the month.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: CNN
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2 years agoDustin Johnson posted his fourth top-10 finish of the season at the World Golf Championships in Mexico, firing four straight rounds in the 60s. Johnson, who has yet to finish worse than tied for 16th on the season, likely won't play again until the WGC Dell Match Play as he prepares for the Masters in April. Johnson won the match-play event in 2017 and will be one of the favorites in 2018.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoTiger Woods committed to play at the Valspar Championship and the Arnold Palmer Invitational this month as he prepares for the Masters. It’s good news and is just more confirmation that he’s fully healthy. Woods did not qualify for this week’s World Golf Championship event. If he stays healthy through those two events, he’ll likely appear in a major for the first time since the 2015 U.S. Open.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo!
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2 years agoPhil Mickelson, who is 47 and currently ranked 41st in the official World Golf rankings, is defying his age tournament after tournament. He has had three consecutive top-six finishes in a row and enters the tournament as a 20/1 shot to win it all, alongside Justin Rose. His game fits any course, but the ability to still hit a 340-yard drive with a masterful short game while being one of the best putters in the world, puts him in prime position no matter who is in the field. You should play him with confidence this week, fully expecting a top-10 finish while contending all the way into the weekend.--Drake PeaughSource: CBS Sports
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2 years agoGary Woodland, currently ranked 26th in the official World Golf rankings, is about to play a course in the Club de Golf Chapultepec that only plays 7,345 yards and is 7,500 feet above sea level. What that means for the one of the longest drivers on tour is a lot of eagle and birdie opportunities on a course that he can attack. We think he is a worthy candidate this week to end up in a final group going into the weekend. Don’t look into his missed cut and T49 tournament finishes the last few weeks, as he just won the week before those events. Play him with a good bit of confidence and hope for the best.--Drake PeaughSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoCharley Hoffman, currently ranked 23rd in the official World Golf rankings, has played worse than his world ranking might suggest. For the 2018 season, he has not placed any better than 26th at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. On the flip side, he has yet to miss a cut as well. Also in his favor is the course itself. Playing 7,500 feet above sea level, the golf ball will travel farther than normal and will make this 7,345-yard track feel shorter. Hoffman is currently ranked 12th on the PGA Tour in par-five scoring. Opportunity will present itself, but it’s up to Hoffman to take advantage.--Drake PeaughSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoBrian Harman, currently ranked 20th in the official World Golf rankings, finished tied for 33rd at the Honda Classic. Barely making it into the weekend after a first-round 74, Harman shot a 69 in his third round to keep himself within a handful of shots of the leaders. However, after a final-round 72, it left him at five-over par to finish the PGA National course. He has played well for the season, but rounds like this will keep him near a “would-be” cut line for the WGC-Mexico Championship. It’s OK to stay away from Harman this week.--Drake PeaughSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoPaul Casey, currently the 17th-ranked player in the world, struggled in his last PGA Tour event at the Genesis Open. For the tournament, he shot a one-over par and tied for 49th place. However, he stands a chance to win this weekend because of his overall play. He is No. 1 on the PGA Tour for bunker saves, 17th on tour in driving accuracy and 19th in greens in regulation. Put it all together, and you have the 17th-ranked player in the world who has three top-12 finishes this year, and he is someone that has the game to easily bounce back from his struggles a couple of weeks ago.--Drake PeaughSource: PGA Tour
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2 years agoMarc Leishman, currently ranked 14th in the official World Golf rankings, struggled in his last PGA Tour event at the Genesis Open, failing to make the cut into the weekend. However, he’s a long-ball player off the tee and he scored in a frenzy. From a DFS standpoint, you love the scoring opportunities he offers. If he can make the cut and stay in contention, he can put a lot of birdies and potential eagles on your scoreboard. Look for him to start at 2:03 PM alongside Paul Casey and Paul Dunne, two players that are playing good golf at this time.--Drake PeaughSource: PGA Tour

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