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4 months agoAbraham Ancer suffered another poor outing at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. Ancer was nowhere near his best in all departments of his game, and he has now missed consecutive cuts. This is the first time that Ancer has missed back-to-back cuts on the PGA Tour since June. Ancer will not be in action this week, having decided against teeing it up at the AT&T Pro-Am.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoKeith Mitchell will look to bounce back from an abysmal week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Mitchell finished T73 at the event, after suffering a disastrous four days with his short game. The American dropped 5.7 strokes to the field with his putter in Phoenix, and the nightmare for Mitchell didn’t end there, with him also losing 4.1 strokes to the field around the greens. Mitchell will hope for better fortune this week at the AT&T Pro-Am. Last year, Mitchell finished T47 at the event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoTed Potter Jr. was the unlikely winner of last year’s AT&T Pro-Am, and he is back once again to defend his title. Potter has had a mixed start to 2019, and at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, Potter missed the cut. It was his work on the greens that proved costly, with Potter dropping almost six strokes to the field with his flat-stick over the two days. Potter has not landed a top-10 finish since this event last year. --Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoMatt Kuchar entered Sunday's final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open within striking distance of the 54-hole leader Rickie Fowler. Despite Fowler's missteps, Kuchar wasn't able to capitalize and could only manage a final-round 75. Kuchar was going for his third win in three starts, but dropped into a T4 finish. The combination of tough conditions and a failure to convert makeable putts was Kuchar's undoing Sunday. Despite the disappointing round, the popular veteran is still off to a tremendous start in 2019. He will look to continue his hot play in the upcoming AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoCameron Champ struggled mightily at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, and in the end, had to settle for a T67 finish. Champ’s work around the greens proved very costly, with the American dropping 5.5 strokes to the field around the greens. It has been a very shaky beginning to 2019 for Champ, and he will now look to get things right at Pebble Beach for this week’s AT&T Pro-Am. Champ will be making his debut at the event this week.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoCharley Hoffman produced a much-improved display at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. Hoffman finished the event T20, claiming his first top-20 finish since August. Encouraging for Hoffman is the fact that the American gained strokes in all of the significant strokes gained statistics. Hoffman will now hope to back that performance up at this week’s AT&T Pro-Am. Hoffman has missed the cut at the last two editions of the event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoPatrick Reed returns to action this week and will tee it up at the AT&T Pro-Am. Reed’s last outing proved to be a success, with the American finishing T13 at the Farmers Insurance Open. That week, Reed gained a mammoth 7.5 strokes over the field with the flat-stick, and the Texan will be hoping to continue that good form on the greens at Pebble Beach. Reed missed the cut at last year’s AT&T Pro-Am.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoRickie Fowler held on to win the Waste Management Phoenix Open after a bizarre final round. Fowler recovered from a double and triple bogey to crawl over the line and record his first victory in almost two years. Fowler’s putting was sensational all week, and it was undoubtedly the difference maker. Over the four days of action, Fowler gained 9.5 strokes over the field with the flat-stick. The American is not in action this week.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoJason Day returns to action this week at the AT&T Pro-Am at Pebble Beach. Day notched an impressive top-five finish on his last outing at the Farmers Insurance Open, and the signs are that there is more to come from the Australian this week. Day lost strokes with his approach play that week, and an improvement in that department could make all the difference this week. Day has an excellent record at the AT&T Pro-Am, finishing no worse than T11 in his last four appearances at the event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoBilly Horschel shot a 13-under par last weekend at the Farmers Insurance Open to finish the event in eighth place. Outside of his withdrawal at the Dell Technologies Championship in September, Horschel has been outstanding in his previous 11 tournaments, making all 11 cuts while contributing six top-11 results. Because of his recent success on tour, the 32-year-old will be one of the more popular options this week at the Waste Management Open. His $8,800 price tag on DraftKings is rather cheap given his current form, and we have no issues in using him as a core cash-game selection. However, game-theory would suggest that fading Horschel in GPP events could pay dividends, but the only real reason to ignore him would be because of his ownership. Horschel checks out all the boxes that you would hope to see this week and will be a tough player to avoid. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoFresh off a share of second place at the Desert Classic two weeks ago, Adam Hadwin will be teeing it up for the first time since missing out on the title in La Quinta. The Canadian has been admirable in his prior three appearances in Phoenix, posting two top-20 finishes and a 43rd place result last year. However, Hadwin will need to create more opportunities if he wants to find success at TPC Scottsdale. In his past 50 rounds, the 31-year-old ranks just 123rd in opportunities gained compared to the field. At a $9,000 price tag on DraftKings, the 57th-ranked player in the world makes for an interesting pivot option. But as is usually the case with Hadwin, we would prefer to use him in cash-games than GPP events.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoCameron Smith shot a seven-under par on Sunday at Torrey Pines to skyrocket up the leaderboard and into a share of ninth place. Smith has now posted three consecutive worldwide top-25 finishes, which includes a triumph in his native country of Australia in December. This week, the 28th-ranked player in the world will head to Phoenix to compete in the Waste Management Open. Smith missed the cut in his debut in 2016 and has recorded two consecutive finishes just outside the top-40 the past two seasons. At a $9,100 price tag, the 25-year-old will be one of the lowest owned options above $9,000 on DraftKings.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoMatt Kuchar will be in the field for the upcoming Waste Management Phoenix Open. Kuchar started this season on fire and has logged two wins since November. The veteran captured the Mayakoba Classic in the fall and followed up with another victory at the Sony Open earlier this month. This will be Kuchar's first start since the Sony win. He has a great chance to stay hot this week, as his last two Waste Management outings have yielded a T5 and a T9. Despite his 2019 success, Kuchar's DFS price has stayed relatively affordable. You can lock him in your DraftKings lineups this week for just $9,200. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoAfter a surprisingly hot start to the 2019 season, Phil Mickelson will be back in action at this week's Waste Management Phoenix Open. "Lefty" kicked off the year with a T2 at the Desert Classic, before skipping last week's Farmers Insurance Open. The 48-year-old has made it clear that he plans to lighten his playing schedule this season in an effort to prolong his career. Mickelson should be comfortable at the Waste Management, an event that he's won three times in his career. The veteran was horribly inconsistent in 2018, but the combination of his play in the Desert Classic and course history in Phoenix makes him an intriguing DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoWhile a missed cut at the Desert Classic and a share of 40th at the Farmers Insurance Open isn't anything to write home about for Luke List, the 34-year-old could find TPC Scottsdale to reward his ball striking nature. In his past 50 rounds compared to the field, List ranks first in strokes gained off the tee, ninth in ball striking and 11th in strokes gained around the green. In our opinion, the American's $8,000 price tag on DraftKings has become disproportionately priced due to his recent form, and he remains a hot putter away from having a chance to capture his first title. List can be fired up in GPP tournaments this week. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour