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3 months agoHideki Matsuyama will look to keep his top-20 streak going at this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. Matsuyama has recorded four consecutive top-20 finishes, including a T19 finish at his last outing at the WGC-Mexico. Over his previous 50 rounds, Matsuyama leads this week’s field for strokes gained approaching the green. The Japanese star has struggled at Bay Hill in recent times. In his last two visits to the event, Matsuyama has failed to finish inside the top-40.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoBrooks Koepka will hope to go one better than last week when he tees it up at the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Thursday. Koepka produced an excellent display at the Honda Classic last week, recording a runner-up finish. Koepka recorded his best performance with his putter at PGA National since his win at the PGA Championship. Koepka missed the cut on his last appearance at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoRickie Fowler will hope to keep his excellent run of form going at this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. Fowler came agonizingly close to making it two wins in 2019 at last week's Honda Classic. Fowler birdied the final two holes of the event but was thwarted in the end by a birdie on the final hole from the eventual winner. Fowler has performed very well here at Bay Hill in the past. On his last two visits to the event, Fowler has finished in the top-15 on both occasions.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoBubba Watson will tee it up at this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational, hoping to have found what was missing for him at the WGC-Mexico. Watson performed very poorly that week in Mexico with his irons, losing over four strokes to the field in this department. Watson finished T4 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational back in 2012, but since then he has struggled at Bay Hill. In 2018, Watson finished the Arnold Palmer Invitational T66.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoJason Day returns to action at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, an event which he has performed well at in the past. Day won the event back in 2016, and in his last four appearances at Bay Hill, the Australian has finished no worse than T23. Day has recorded back-to-back top-five finishes heading into this week’s event. Known as one of the best putters in the game, Day has gained strokes over the field in his last five events on Tour.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoMarc Leishman is set to tee it up in this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational. The 'Big Aussie' won the API title in 2017 and has a legitimate shot raise the trophy again at Bay Hill this week. Outside of an ugly T62 outing at the WGC-Mexico Championship, the 35-year-old has been razor-sharp this season. He picked up a win at the CIMB Classic in the fall and has recorded three top-five finishes over five 2019 starts. Leishman logged a T7 in last year's title defense at the API and should be given serious DFS consideration this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoIt's been an unusually poor start to the season for Henrik Stenson. The Swede has struggled mightily with his game in 2019 and has missed the cut in all three of his Euro Tour starts this year. He most recently logged a T54 at the WGC-Mexico Championship and lost over six strokes to the field from tee to green. Stenson heads to the mother of all bounce-back spots at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational, an event where he has dominated in recent years. He has an otherworldly course history at Bay Hill and has recorded top-five finishes in four of his last five API starts. Stenson's horrible current form and elite course history creates a difficult DFS dilemma this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoAfter a brief break in his schedule, Justin Rose will tee it up for the first time since January in this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational. The 2019 FedEx Cup champion already has one win to his credit this season after taking down the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. The Englishman will attempt to add to his trophy case at Bay Hill, a course where he hasn't finished worse than 13th in his last three starts. Rose is perhaps the most complete golfer in the world and has no weaknesses in his game at the moment. He is an elite DFS option in all formats this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoIan Poulter is scheduled to tee it up in the upcoming Arnold Palmer Invitational. Poulter heads to Bay Hill in red-hot form. The Englishman logged a T3 in his latest start at the WGC-Mexico Championship and ran off three straight top-10's on the European Tour in January. He has fared well at Bay Hill throughout his career and has scored five top-25's in the Arnold Palmer Invitational since 2011. Poulter's combination of current form and course history makes him an elite DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoLast week's Honda Classic got off to a promising start for Zach Johnson. An opening-round 66 had Johnson near the top of the leaderboard, but the two-time major champion failed to break par in any of his final three rounds and faded into a T59 finish. It's been a sluggish start to the season for the normally-consistent Johnson, as he's failed to log a top-25 finish in four 2019 starts. Johnson will look to turn things around at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational, an event where he's logged two top-10 finishes across his last four Bay Hill starts. His course history earns him DFS tournament consideration. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoScott Piercy missed the cut at last week's Honda Classic after opening rounds of 72-73. It was a disappointing effort from the Las Vegas resident who was coming off a top-10 finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Normally a sharp ball striker, Piercy surprisingly lost over four strokes on approach shots at PGA National. The 40-year-old will try to get things ironed before teeing it up in this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational. Piercy missed the cut in his API start last season. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoPromising PGA Tour rookie Sungjae Im was tied for the 36-hole lead at last week's Honda Classic, but a Saturday implosion sent him tumbling down the leaderboard. Im failed to make a single birdie on the way to shooting the dismal third-round 77 and a final-round 71 wasn't enough to get him back into contention. Despite his weekend collapse, the 20-year-old still has a bright future on the PGA Tour and has played well in his rookie campaign. Im will try to rebound from his disappointing T51 Honda finish at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational. It will be his Bay Hill debut. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoIt was more of the same for Brendan Steele at last week's Honda Classic. Rounds of 75 and 77 prevented Steele from playing on the weekend. It was his fourth straight start with a missed cut and he is struggling mightily in several facets of the game right now. Steele ranks just 218th on the PGA Tour in strokes gained: putting and 122nd in strokes gained: tee to green. The 35-year-old is in the field for the upcoming Arnold Palmer Invitational, but it's hard to expect much from him at this point.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 months agoIn a surprising announcement, Tiger Woods withdrew from the upcoming Arnold Palmer Invitational this afternoon. In a statement on his Twitter account, Woods cited a lingering neck strain as the reason for this unexpected development. An eight-time winner at Bay Hill, he was considered one of the favorites in the Arnold Palmer field. Woods stated that his surgically-fused spine was not injured and that he's hopeful to be in the field for next week's Players Championship. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: Twitter: @TigerWoods
3 months agoAdam Scott has dominated the Honda Classic during his career. The 38-year-old won the event in 2016 and hasn't finished outside the top-15 since 2014. Scott's play at the tournament has been so impressive that he is the strokes gained total leader for the past five years, despite only appearing four times in that period. His recent success at PGA National has projected him to be the highest owned player on DraftKings at nearly 21 percent. Gamers will have a difficult decision this weekend on if they want to trust the 13-time PGA Tour winners course history or fade him because of his hefty ownership projection. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour