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9/17:Tommy Fleetwood has had an incredible 2018 season. The Englishman has made 20 of 22 worldwide cuts, which includes seven top-10 finishes and a win at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in January on the European Tour. Unfortunately, despite all the stellar accolades the 12th-ranked player in the world has to his name, he is still looking for his first career PGA Tour title. This week, the 27-year-old will be competing in his inaugural Tour Championship. On par-70 courses ranging from 7200 to 7400 yards, Fleetwood has only been able to provide one top-10 showing in four career tries. The four-time European Tour winner is priced at just $7,900 on DraftKings and should be one of the highest owned players of the week. The no-cut feature puts everyone in play for both cash-game and GPP lineups. However, given his high ownership percentage and lack of victory upside so far in his career, we think Fleetwood makes for a better cash-game play than he does a GPP option.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Aaron Wise enters the season finale Tour Championship sitting in 21st place in the FedExCup standings. Wise has put together a fabulous season on tour in 2018, winning his first career title at the AT&T Bryon Nelson back in May and providing two additional top-five performances throughout the year. The 22-year-old will be making his first appearance at East Lake, but there are some things to like about his chances this weekend, even in an elite field. Wise ranks 30th on the PGA Tour in strokes gained off the tee, a statistic that should be vital for success at a long par-70 course. The American's $6,100 price tag on DraftKings makes him the second cheapest option on the board. Wise's affordable price should put his ownership towards the middle-of-the-pack this weekend, but he provides a substantial amount of upside for those looking for a cheap fill-in option.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Billy Horschel heads to East Lake in superb form, with the American having finished no worse than T11 in his last three starts. Over his last 12 rounds, Horschel ranks first in both strokes gained approaching the green and strokes gained tee to green. Over the same period, the American also sits third in ball striking and second in strokes gained total. Horschel won the Tour Championship on his last trip to East Lake in 2014. The American enters this week sitting ninth in the FedEx Cup standings.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:In what is his third consecutive appearance at the Tour Championship, Gary Woodland heads to Atlanta sitting 28th in the FedEx Cup standings. Woodland sits sixth in strokes gained approaching the green and eight in ball striking over his previous 12 rounds. However, should the American hope to contend this week, he will need to improve his play around the greens. Over his last 12 rounds, Woodland sits 29th for strokes gained around the greens. Woodland has finished in the top-10 in two of his previous three trips to East Lake. --Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:It’s been a memorable season for Francesco Molinari, and the Italian will now look to secure the Tour Championship at East Lake for the very first time. Molinari has finished in the top-10 in five of his last eight events on the PGA Tour. Molinari has struggled with the flat-stick recently, and the Italian sits 28th in the field for strokes gained putting over his last 12 rounds. Molinari sits 13th in the FedEx Cup standings.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Xander Schauffele will look to defend his title at this week’s Tour Championship. Schauffele returned to form at his last appearance at the BMW Championship where he claimed a top-five finish. The Californian will be hoping to take that form into this week, where he has an outside chance of claiming the $10 million jackpot. Schauffele sits 18th in the FedEx Cup standings. Schauffele ranks eight in this week’s field for strokes gained putting over his last 12 rounds.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Patrick Reed heads to East Lake searching for his best form, having not finished inside of the top 10 of an event since June. Reed has struggled mainly with his irons, and the American ranks 28th in this field for strokes gained approaching the green over his previous 12 rounds. However, Reed’s short game continues to shine, and he sits first in this week’s field for strokes gained around the green over the same period. Reed has never finished inside the top-10 at East Lake.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Bubba Watson will look to end his season in style as he heads to Atlanta for the Tour Championship. Watson has enjoyed an excellent year, winning three times on the PGA Tour this season. The American sits eight in the FedEx Cup standings and arrives in Atlanta in contention for the $10 million jackpot. Watson has a solid record at East Lake. The left-hander has finished in the top-10 in three of his last four appearances at the Tour Championship.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Jason Day enters this week’s Tour Championship sitting 12th in the FedEx Cup standings. Day has not been at his best in recent weeks, and over his previous 12 rounds, the Australian ranks last in this week’s field for strokes gained approaching the green. Day has performed well at the Tour Championship in the past, with the Australian finishing in the top-10 of the event in two of his last three appearances. Day has already won twice on the PGA Tour this season.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Brooks Koepka will be looking to cap off an excellent season with a victory at the Tour Championship this week. Koepka enters the season finale sitting seventh in the FedEx Cup standings, giving him an excellent opportunity to win the FedEx Cup. Koepka will be hoping for a better performance on the greens this week. Over his previous 12 rounds, Koepka sits 27th in this week’s field for strokes gained putting. Koepka finished sixth at the Tour Championship in 2017.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Rickie Fowler heads to Atlanta sitting 23rd in the FedEx Cup standings. The American performed well on his return to action at the BMW Championship; however, Fowler lost strokes to the field with his approach play which suggests that his game may have been a little rusty. Fowler has not claimed a top-10 finish at the Tour Championship since 2012, and last year he struggled mightily on his way to a T26 finish. Fowler is still searching for his first win on the PGA Tour since the 2017 Honda Classic.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Hideki Matsuyama has notched four consecutive top-15 finishes and comes into the Tour Championship full of confidence. Over his previous 12 rounds, Matsuyama ranks fifth in strokes gained approaching the green, and fourth in strokes gained total. The Japanese star has a mixed record at the Tour Championship. Matsuyama claimed a top-five finish in Atlanta in 2016, but last year he struggled to a T26 finish. Matsuyama enters the season finale sitting 27th in the FedEx Cup standings.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Jon Rahm enters this week’s Tour Championship sitting 24th in the FedEx Cup standings. The Spaniard will be looking for his second win on the PGA Tour this season, although he does not have a realistic opportunity to scoop the $10 million FedEx Cup prize. Rahm made his debut at the Tour Championship last year and played very well. Rahm led the field that week in strokes gained tee to green and finished the event T7. The Spaniard has struggled in recent weeks and he sits 28th in this week’s field for strokes gained total over his last 12 rounds.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/12:Kyle Stanley stood at eight-under par after three rounds at Aronimink Golf Club, but a three-over par 73 during his final round on Monday capsized him into a share of 45th place. Most of the trouble during Stanley's fourth-round performance came on the greens, where he lost 3.804 strokes compared to the field. Despite the wobbly showing in Pennsylvania, the 30-year-old was able to qualify for the Tour Championship in 25th position. Stanley will need countless things to go right for him at East Lake if he wants to capture the FedExCup title, but the 27th-ranked player in the world should find solace in the fact that he was able to get himself back to Atlanta for the second straight season. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Jordan Spieth's failure to make the Tour Championship is perhaps one of the most surprising things to happen in 2018. Unfortunately for Spieth, the inability to make it to East Lake may also carry some financial repercussions or possibly even worse consequences. Based on the "Strength of Field Regulation," players are required to add a new event to their schedule or play in a minimum of 25 tournaments during the calendar season. The BMW Championship was Spieth's 24th event of the year, and the failure to make it to Atlanta will have the American come up one tournament short of fulfilling his duties. The violation carries a $20,000 fine or a three-tournament suspension. We assume Spieth will avoid suspension and pay his penalty, but it is a situation worth monitoring.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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