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2 years agoXander Schauffele will be making his first start in the World Golf Championships in Mexico and just his third ever WGC start. In his previous two WGC starts, he finished tied for 13th at the Bridgestone Invitational and tied for 46th at the HSBC Champions earlier this year. Schauffele has shown good form recently with a T17 at the Waste Management Open and a T9 in his last start, the Genesis Open. He'll look to carry that momentum into Mexico City this week.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoIt's been a difficult start to the 2018 season for Francesco Molinari. He has yet to finish better than tied for 40th and has one missed cut in just four events. The usually solid player has struggled to find his form but will get a chance this week at the World Golf Championships in Mexico. He finished tied for 20th here in 2017 and it could be just what he needs to right the ship.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoIf not for a Friday 75, Alex Noren could have very well won the Honda Classic outright. Firing rounds of 66, 65 and 67 on the other three days, Noren rode his hot putting most of the week to finish alone in third. He missed the two-man playoff by just one stroke. It was Noren's second top-three finish of the year, and he has yet to miss a cut. He'll play his second World Golf Championship event of the year this week at Mexico City, a course he struggled to get around in 2017, finishing tied for 55th. Perhaps a second trip to the course plus his stellar recent form will help propel him to a higher finish this time.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoMaking his first start since the Waste Management Open in early February, Rickie Fowler looked rusty and struggled, missing his second cut in his last three events. It was a surprise for Fowler, who was the tournament's defending champion. He'll look to rebound this week at the World Golf Championships in Mexico, an event he finished T16 at last year. Fowler shot 69 or better in three of the four rounds in the tour's first event to the Mexico course in 2017.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoJustin Thomas played incredible golf and got one lucky break to capture the Honda Classic in a playoff over Luke List. Thomas led the field in driving distance, sand saves, scrambling and strokes gained tee to green. Still, if not for a great break on the par-three fifth, he may never have been in the playoff despite his great play. His tee shot on the 178-yard hole came up short and hit the rocks that surrounded the water, but his ball fortuitously bounced forward and rolled just past the hole, stopping a few feet away. Using that break and fantastic golf, Thomas was able to outlast List in a one-hole playoff when he made a birdie on the par-five 18th. Thomas plays again this week in Mexico City and has to be considered one of the favorites.--Chris Mangano - RotoBaller
2 years agoThe World Golf Championships will make it's second straight visit to Mexico City, where defending champion Dustin Johnson headlines a star-studded field that will feature the top four golfers in the world. Johnson, currently world No. 1, will be defending his 2017 title. He used rounds of 70, 66, 66 and 68 to beat Tommy Fleetwood by one shot in that event. Johnson has uncharacteristically struggled on Sundays thus far, only breaking 72 once in five events. Still, he has to be considered one of the favorites to win and should be near the top of the leaderboard all weekend.--Chris Mangano - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoMatthew Fitzpatrick is ranked 30th in the official World Golf Rankings at the tender age of 23, a solid feat, but Fitzpatrick has not even begun to hit his full stride. With four European tour titles to his credit and a strong T9 finish at the WGC-HSBC Champions Open, Fitzpatrick is looking strong entering 2018. He finished tied for third at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Open but followed it up as one of the notables to miss the cut at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Do not let that missed cut fool you, because this kid has plenty of game left in the tank.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoRoss Fisher finished second at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. Even though Fisher posted a three-under round on Sunday, it was not enough to keep Tommy Fleetwood off Fisher's heels to capture his sixth victory. After that, Fisher competed at the Dubai Desert Classic, where he had a rough finish at T45. His next scheduled event is the WGC Mexico Championship, where he hopes to be firing on all cylinders.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoPatrick Reed, the savior of the Ryder Cup, has been hit or miss this season. Reed has two top-25 finishes this season but also has two missed cuts. He has not won since the Barclays in 2016 but did finish tied for second during 2017. The last time Reed played this event was in 2015, where he finished tied for seventh. Once Captain America's putter gets hot and stays there, he will be a serious contender for the title come Sunday.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoRafa Cabrera Bello is a fiery Spaniard who knows when to turn up the heat during any given tour event. He posted a fantastic top five at the WGC HSBC Champions Open and a top-10 finish at the CIMB this season. Cabrera Bello has also added a top-30 finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and the Genesis Open. He's looking good rolling into this week’s event at the Honda Classic. In last year’s event, he finished tied for 37th and would have had a better finish but fumbled in the final round by shooting a four-over 74.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoMatt Kuchar has a famous chant of his nickname (Koooch), a sound we are all accustomed to hearing around the course week in and week out. Coming off a T26 at the Genesis Open, Kuch's form is shaping up great for the upcoming year. Kuchar always finds a way to creep up the leaderboard on any given weekend. He is always a crowd favorite and will always be a consistent player to count on.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoAnother European tour player with the caliber of game to compete on the PGA Tour, Tyrell Hatton is trying to gain momentum. His last two starts on the European Tour earned him a top-five finish and a finish tied for 15th. Hatton shot a solid round of six-under par on Sunday to finish three shots back of Li Haotong. His play leading up to this week’s event at the Honda Classic looks good, and he has some good vibes to pull off from last year, where he finished tied for fourth.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 years agoTommy Fleetwood, the 2017 Race to Dubai champion, has decided to play full time on the PGA Tour this year. So far, he has a finish in the top 25 and also finished tied for 37th. While mostly playing on the European Tour, Fleetwood has five European Tour titles to his name. His home life has gotten a lot better as well, as he recently got hitched and now has a son. Fleetwood successfully defended his title at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship with a closing-round 65. Look for Fleetwood to be a known presence at this year’s Honda Classic.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: Golf Digest
2 years agoBrooks Koepka (wrist), the 2017 U.S. Open champion, will not be playing until the Masters. The problem first started showing at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas during the first week of December. A month later at the Tournament of Champions, he noticed he was still having high levels of discomfort and said he should not have played. After that tournament, he had his wrist checked out and was diagnosed with a partial tear in the tendon. Due to the nature of this injury, the timetable for his return is around the Masters. This means that he will miss the Honda Classic this week and two upcoming World Golf Championships.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource:
2 years agoHideki Matsuyama's (hand) swing rises in the East, but did not set in the West at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The two-time champion of this event had to withdraw from the championship in the second round, citing a hand injury. He then flew back to Japan and had an MRI done, fortunately revealing no structural damage. His possible timetable to return is at the WGC-Mexico Championship. Leading up to the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Matsuyama had three top-five finishes, a top-25 finish and also tied a T50. Do not let that T50 frighten you, because Matsuyama can get it done.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: Golf Digest

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