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1 week agoAdam Svensson is scheduled to make his third career start in the Farmers Insurance Open this week. Svensson has made the cut in each of his two previous Torrey Pines appearances, amassing a 72.38 scoring average in the California event. The Canadian earned the first PGA Tour of his career at the RSM Classic in November but has looked sluggish in his first two starts of 2023. Svensson's underwhelming results this year can be traced to an ice-cold putter. He's lost a combined 13.10 strokes on the greens in his two 2023 outings. He's an interesting buy-low candidate in GPPs this week, though he'll need to find some form on the greens. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoAdam Hadwin looked sharp in his first start of 2023, posting a rock-solid T18 in last week's American Express event. Hadwin gained 7.8 strokes total on the field at La Quinta. Dating back to July of last year, the Canadian has now made the cut in 10 consecutive starts. He profiles as a dependable fantasy option in this week's Farmers Insurance Open. Hadwin has qualified for the weekend in five of his last six trips to Torrey Pines, highlighted by a T18 in 2021. DFS players can consider the steady veteran in cash-game formats on this slate.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoKurt Kitayama is set to make his second career start in the Farmers Insurance Open this week. Kitayama missed the cut in his Torrey Pines debut last year. In his first full season on the PGA Tour last year, the 30-year-old proved himself to be a volatile performer with intriguing upside, as he missed the cut in half of his 24 starts but also scored three top-three finishes. Kitayama again flashed his potential during the fall portion of the schedule by recording a runner-up finish in the Zozo Championship. He should be viewed as an unreliable DFS option but one that possesses legitimate GPP upside.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoJon Rahm is the best player in the world right now and the 28-year-old is playing the finest golf of his already-sterling career at the moment. After blitzing the field to win last week at the American Express, the Spaniard has now won back-to-back tournaments and four times in his last six starts. He now heads to a Torrey Pines golf course on which he's thrived in the past. Rahm captured the 2017 Farmers Insurance Open title and the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey. He comes with high DFS price tags across the industry this week but is an uber-elite fantasy option.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoSungjae Im played very well last week at The American Express. The Korean golfer shot in the 60's during all four rounds. That resulted in a solid top-20 finish. Im is masterful at times around bunkers as his 73.08% sand save percentage suggests (10th on tour). He drives the ball well and mostly straight (66.56% driving accuracy - 25th). The key for Im this week will be how he approaches the green. Some of his irons have not been the greatest the past few tournaments. That being said, Im shot a 69 on Sunday despite a round that could have easily been well into the 70's. --Chris Wassel - RotoBallerSource: PGATour.com
1 week agoTony Finau is playing some great golf right now. He has eight straight rounds of shooting in the 60's. Only a few errant show and missed putts kept him from winning the Sentry two weeks ago. He won in Houston in November and even last week managed to end up tied for 16th. Finau is averaging 5.93 birdies per round in the early going this golf season. That ranks third on tour and his 69.24 scoring average if fourth. Finau has to be considered one of the favorites because of his ability to be so consistent. Previously, the American golfer finished 2nd and 6th in 2021 and 2020 respectively at Torrey Pines.--Chris Wassel - RotoBallerSource: PGATour.com
1 week agoHayden Buckley is very young at just 26. The American golfer turned pro in 2018 and has turned some heads. Last week, he could not get past Jon Rahm but no one did as the Spaniard led wire-to-wire. However, a second place finish is nothing to be ashamed of for Buckley. Since, the Fortinet Championship, he has made every cut (six straight, four top-20's). Buckley hits well off the tee (14th in strokes gained). As long as he avoids the bunkers (42.42% sand saves), Buckley could find himself in contention this weekend in San Diego.--Chris Wassel - RotoBallerSource: PGATour.com
1 week agoMax Homa has only played once on the PGA Tour in 2023. That came at the Sentry Tournament Of Champions. The American golfer finished third behind a sizzling 63-66 over the weekend. Homa is one of the golfers that comes in just outside +2000 in the odds. He knows Torrey Pines well and could enjoy success here. Homa led last year at The American Express before faltering late. That form from Hawaii was solid and the early average of 5.31 birdies per round bodes well with tranquil weather expected in the San Diego area.--Chris Wassel - RotoBallerSource: PGATour.com
1 week agoGary Woodland wishes the first round from last week did not take place. It was an unmitigated disaster as the American golfer shot a whopping 76 on the La Quinta course. Shots were missed, putts were missed, and worse he played much better on Friday with a 65. So with the Farmers Insurance Open starting on Wednesday, can Woodland get off to a faster start? He does have four victories on tour, and a ninth from Torrey Pines in 2019. The golfer was top-15 in the world then. Woodland is not now, but he is not as bad as his start last week would indicate. --Chris Wassel - RotoBallerSource: PGATour.com
2 weeks agoMark Hubbard has essentially missed five-straight cuts, with four of them coming before he had toe surgery. He missed the cut on the number at the Sony last week and if he can bounce back to his healthy self that started the season with a T28, T5, and T21, his low salary and ownership are appealing in a very volatile tournament. A healthy Hubbard is capable of putting together some impressive golf.--Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoSam Burns is going incredibly under looked this week. Burns has been struggling a little of late, but if he plays to his baseline this week, he stands a fantastic chance of rattling off another win on a course where he can let his putter and biggest weapon do most of the scoring for him. Burns is looking to be an amazing pivot opportunity if he can play to his usual capabilities.--Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoSam Burns is going incredibly under looked this week. Burns has been struggling a little of late, but if he plays to his baseline this week, he stands a fantastic chance of rattling off another win on a course where he can let his putter and biggest weapon do most of the scoring for him. Burns is looking to be an amazing pivot opportunity if he can play to his usual capabilities.--Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoChris Kirk is set to tee it up in this week's American Express tournament in La Quinta. Kirk heads to California with plenty of positive momentum on the heels of a terrific outing at the Sony Open last week. The Georgia alum scored a third-place finish at Waialae thanks to crisp iron play that helped him gain over five strokes on the field in the approach department. The veteran will look to stay hot at PGA West this week, although his track record in the AmEx is a bit discouraging, as he's missed the cut in three of his last four appearances in this event. His course history knocks him out of cash-game consideration, but Kirk remains a high-upside GPP option in DFS contests this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoKeith Mitchell heads to this week's American Express on the heels of a missed cut in his first start of 2023 at the Sony Open. Despite a second-round 66, Mitchell couldn't overcome a sluggish opening-round 74 and failed to make the cut line at Waialae Country Club. Though he suffered an early exit, his play on Friday offers some cause for optimism in this week's AmEx. Mitchell last teed it up at La Quinta in 2018 and logged a T69. He's an intriguing GPP option in this rebound spot.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoChristiaan Bezuidenhout comes into the American Express off a missed cut at the Sony Open where he didn't shoot a round under 73. Bezuidenhout currently sits outside the top-170 on tour in strokes gained putting, off the tee, and on approach. In his only career start at the American Express, Bezuidenhout finished 40th last season. Although his DFS price is somewhat cheap, Bezuidenhout hasn't played well enough in the key stats needed to succeed this week. Leave him in the DFS lobby this event. --Kasey Kuhrts - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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