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10/16:Abraham Ancer produced yet another excellent display as he recorded a top-five finish at the CIMB Classic. Ancer shot a final round of seven-under par to propel himself up the leaderboard for a T5 finish. Ancer has now recorded top-five finishes in three of his last nine starts on the PGA Tour. Ancer will now tee it up at this week’s CJ Cup in Korea. 2018 will be the first time that the Mexican has teed it up at the CJ Cup. --Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Brandt Snedeker struggled at last week’s CIMB Classic. Looking to put the disappointment of the Safeway Open behind him, Snedeker was unable to find a fraction of the form that took him so close to the title in Napa. The American shot a total of one-under par over the four days of action, which was only good enough for a T66 finish. Snedeker will tee it up at this week’s CJ Cup. It will be Snedeker’s first appearance at the Korean based event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Charles Howell III got his PGA Tour season off to a great start with a T5 finish at the CIMB Classic last week. Howell III shot a four day total of 20-under par, that included a round of 65 on Saturday. Howell III has stayed in Asia for this week’s CJ Cup. The American finished T19 at the event last year. Howell’s T5 finish at the CIMB Classic was his best performance of 2018, and he will hope to build on it over the fall season.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Charl Schwartzel returns to action this week on the PGA Tour as he gets set to compete in the CJ Cup. The South African competed in the British Masters last week but struggled on his way to a missed cut. Schwartzel has not been at his best recently. Over his previous 24 rounds, he ranks 48th in this week’s field for strokes gained total. On his debut at the CJ Cup in 2017, Schwartzel finished T28.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Billy Horschel was not at his best at last week’s CIMB Classic. The American struggled to find top form all week, eventually settling for a T33 finish after posting a total of 11-under par. Horschel came into the event heavily fancied to go well after producing some excellent performances in the FedEx Cup playoffs, and he will now hope to replicate that form at this week’s CJ Cup. This week will be Horschel’s first time to compete in the CJ Cup.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Gary Woodland began his 2018/19 PGA Tour season strongly at the CIMB Classic. Woodland produced some brilliant golf that included a round of 61 on Friday on his way to a T5 finish. The American posted a total of 20-under par for the four days of action in Malaysia. Woodland will tee it up again this week as he plays the CJ Cup in Korea. On his debut at the event last year, Woodland struggled to a T40 finish. --Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Branden Grace will be in the field for this week's CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. Grace was originally an alternate for the event, but will now play thanks to Andrew Landry's withdrawal from the tournament. The South African has been in poor form recently and is coming off a T50 at last week's CIMB Classic. Grace will look to get back on track at a Nine Bridges course that he tamed for a T15 finish in last year's CJ Cup. Despite his good course history and solid pedigree, Grace is nothing more than a contrarian DFS option this week. His poor recent form makes his $8,400 DraftKings salary tough to swallow. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: Twitter: @RobBoltonGolf
10/16:Louis Oosthuizen's game looked sharp at last week's CIMB Classic. The South African logged a T5 at TPC Kuala Lumpur for his first top-five finish since May. Oosthuizen was plagued with nagging back and neck injuries over the latter part of the 2018 season, but appears to finally be back to full health. He now heads to Korea for this week's CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. It will be his first career start at the unique course. Oosthuizen is a good wind player and should fare well on Jeju Island. He is a solid mid-range DFS option this week at $8,600 on DraftKings. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Kiradech Aphibarnrat opened up his 2018/19 PGA Tour season with a solid showing at the CIMB Classic. Aphibarnrat finished the event T33 after firing a total of 11-under par. Aphibarnrat will be pleased to have shot four consecutive rounds under par at the event in Malaysia. The Thai player will not be in action at this week’s CJ Cup. Aphibarnrat is currently ranked 40th in the official world golf rankings, and he will be looking to make a move up the rankings this fall season.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Charley Hoffman will begin his 2018/19 PGA Tour season at this week’s CJ Cup. Hoffman will be making his first appearance at the South Korean event. The American will be hoping for a better season on the PGA Tour after struggling for form over the last 12 months. Hoffman has not recorded a top-10 finish on the PGA Tour since the 2017 WGC-Bridgestone, and on his last outing at the Dell Technologies, he struggled to a 74th place finish.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Xander Schauffele got his PGA Tour season off to a decent start with a 25th-place finish at last week’s CIMB Classic. Schauffele was making his first start since the Tour Championship and performed well, particularly during the third round where he shot a round of 65. Schauffele will now turn his attention to the CJ Cup, an event where he does not have good memories. In 2017, Schauffele finished 72nd with a total of 17-over par at the event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Rafa Cabrera Bello endured a difficult week at the CIMB Classic. Cabrera Bello struggled throughout the four days of action, finishing the week T50. The Spaniard will stay in Asia for this week’s CJ Cup. It will be Cabrera Bello’s second appearance at the CJ Cup. In 2017, Cabrera Bello performed very well on his debut at the event, finishing T11. Over his last 12 rounds on the PGA Tour, Cabrera Bello ranks 11th in the field this week for strokes gained putting.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Jason Day will make his first start of the new PGA Tour season at this week’s CJ Cup. The Australian has been out of action since finishing 18th at last months Tour Championship. This week will be Day’s second appearance at the CJ Cup. In 2017, Day performed well at the event, finishing T11. Day will hope to improve this week on a poor run of play with his irons. Over his last 12 rounds, Day sits 54th for ball striking in this week’s field.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Brooks Koepka will make his first appearance of the new PGA Tour season at this week’s CJ Cup. Following the Ryder Cup, Koepka competed in the Dunhill Links, where he performed well and notched a T7 finish. Koepka will now look to take that form to South Korea, in an event he has not yet played in his career. The American is fancied to go well this week, but over his last 12 rounds he has struggled on the PGA Tour and sits 31st for strokes gained total.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/16:Hideki Matsuyama will return to action at this week’s CJ Cup. Matsuyama was forced to withdraw from the CIMB Classic due to injury, but the Japanese star is now fully fit and ready to go this week in South Korea. Matsuyama leads this week’s field in strokes gained approaching the green and ball striking over his previous 12 rounds. This week will be Matsuyama's first appearance at the CJ Cup and his first start of the new PGA Tour season.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour