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9/11:Tony Finau continued his excellent play in the BMW Championship, finishing in a tie for eighth place. The result marked Finau's third consecutive top-10 finish in the FedEx Cup playoffs. The rising star has had the best season of his young career. Finau qualified for the season finale Tour Championship. He heads to East Lake at third place in the FedEx points standings and has a very realistic chance of capturing the FedEx Cup title. Finau received more good news this week when Jim Furyk named him as his final captain's pick for the U.S. Ryder Cup team. The long-hitter will continue to be an exciting and popular DFS option going forward. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Marc Leishman turned in a forgettable performance in the BMW Championship, logging a T41 in the 70-man field. Despite the poor outing, the "Big Aussie" was able to sneak into the upcoming Tour Championship. Leishman stands at 29th in the FedEx points standings, with only the top-30 players qualifying for the season finale at East Lake. It has been an underwhelming season for Leishman, with the high points being a top-10 finish at the Masters in April and a second-place finish he logged at the AT&T Byron Nelson back in May. The Australian has a solid tee-to-green game and should bounce back next season. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Phil Mickelson carried tons of momentum into the BMW Championship, but finished near the bottom of the field in a disappointing tie for 58th place. It was a shocking performance from the veteran who had logged two consecutive top-15 finishes prior to the BMW. Mickelson surprisingly struggled with his short game at Aronimink, ranking 58th in strokes gained: around the green and 64th in strokes gained: putting. Despite the poor outing, Mickelson still qualified for the Tour Championship. "Lefty" sits at 14th in the FedEx points standings and will need a win at East Lake to have a chance at the FedEx Cup title. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Alexander Noren finished in a tie for 24th at the BMW Championship. The result was an improvement over the Swede's recent poor performances. Noren seemed to get the flatstick figured out and finished 17th in the BMW field in strokes gained: putting. His recent slump prevented him from qualifying for the Tour Championship, thus ending his PGA Tour season. Despite not being in the East Lake field, Noren has had a very successful 2018. The veteran has qualified for the European Ryder Cup team for the first time in his career. Noren should be a huge factor at Le Golf National, a course that he won on earlier this year. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Henrik Stenson worked his way to 10-under par with a final-round 68 at the BMW Championship Monday. The score was good enough for a T29 finish for Stenson. While not quite the results we are used to seeing from the Swede, it was a step in the right direction as he attempts to recover from a lingering elbow injury. The "Iceman" was coming off an ugly T69 finish at last week's Dell Technologies Championship, where he was horrendous on the greens. Stenson improved in that category at Aronimink, finishing 22nd in strokes gained: putting. Despite the improvements, Stenson failed to qualify for the Tour Championship and will instead prepare for the upcoming Ryder Cup. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Paul Casey withdrew from the BMW Championship after three rounds. The Englishman cited back pain as the reason for his early exit. The tournament was plagued with extensive rain delays throughout the week and was forced into a Monday finish. DFS fans shouldn't worry about a legitimate injury to Casey. He was already qualified for the Tour Championship and didn't have much incentive to hang around Aronimink Golf Club for an extra day. The veteran will be in the season-ending field at East Lake and will once again be an anchor for the Europeans in the upcoming Ryder Cup. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Tiger Woods fired a final-round 65 Monday at the BMW Championship to move into a T6 finish. It was another solid tournament for Woods, who electrified the Pennsylvania crowd with an opening-round 62 on Thursday. As we've seen over the last several months, Woods continued to strike his irons with world-class precision, but failed to convert crucial birdie opportunities. It has been a nice week for Woods, as he was named as a captain's pick to the U.S. Ryder Cup team and qualified for the season-ending Tour Championship with his BMW finish. It is easy to get excited about the possibilities for Tiger in 2019. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Justin Rose lost to Keegan Bradley in a sudden-death playoff at the BMW Championship Monday afternoon to finish in second place. Despite the loss, Rose was able to overcome Dustin Johnson as the number one ranked player in the World Golf Ranking. The Englishman has been the most consistent golfer in the world throughout 2018, having missed only one cut the entire season. Rose will head to the Tour Championship second in the points standings and has an excellent shot of winning the coveted FedEx Cup. He figures to play a prominent role for Europe in the upcoming Ryder Cup. Rose will continue to be an elite DFS option every time he tees it up. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Keegan Bradley won the BMW Championship Monday afternoon. Bradley defeated Justin Rose on the opening playoff hole to claim his first victory since 2012. He fired a final-round 64 at a rain-soaked Aronimink Golf Club. The event was plagued by weather delays that forced the Monday finish. Bradley is well-known in the DFS community for his legendary blowups and erratic play, but was able to hold things together over his final 36-holes. His ball striking has been elite throughout the season and he was finally able to get some cooperation from the putter this week. Bradley qualified for the season-ending Tour Championship with the win, jumping from 52nd to sixth on the FedEx Cup points list. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Luke List saw his season come to an end at the BMW Championship. The big-hitting American finished in a share of 45th place in Pennsylvania and was unable to get into the top 30 of the FedExCup standings to advance to the Tour Championship in two weeks. List started 2018 on a torrid pace, posting five top-15 finishes by May, which included a second place at the Honda Classic and a share of third place at the RBC Heritage. Unfortunately, the 33-year-old hit a roadblock after that and was only able to provide one top-20 performance in his final 12 tournaments. List seems like he has regressed statistically over the past four months but should continue to be viewed as a threat to take home his first title in 2019. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/11:Adam Scott has experienced a season of highs and lows in 2018. The Aussie had fallen to 76th in the world just one month ago at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, but a strong close to the season allowed Scott to finish the year ranked 41st in the Official World Golf Rankings. The former No. 1 ranked player in the world endured a tumultuous season on the greens, ranking just 165th on the year in strokes gained-putting, but the 38-year-old managed to gain strokes with his putter in three of his final four events. Scott's ball striking is as robust as ever, and if he can continue to figure out his putting form during the off-season, 2019 could be a strong rebound season for him.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/10:Si Woo Kim shot a six-under par at the BMW Championship to finish in a share of 41st place. The 23-year-old needed to get into the top 30 of the FedExCup standings if he wanted to extend his season into the Tour Championship, but Kim's meager effort at Aronimink left him in 55th position and eliminated him from the playoffs. The two-time PGA Tour winner made slightly over 73 percent of his cuts worldwide in 2018, which was over a six percent increase from his 2017 efforts. Kim was unable to capture a title on the PGA Tour for his third year in a row, but all in all, 2018 should be considered a very successful campaign for the 54th-ranked player in the world. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/6:Golf fans have been waiting for Tiger Woods to put a complete round together. The world saw what the 42-year-old is still capable of Thursday afternoon at Aronimink Golf Club. Woods shot an electrifying eight-under par 62 in the opening round of the BMW Championship and is tied for the first round lead with Rory McIlroy. Woods got off to a hot start, firing a six-under 29 on his opening nine holes and getting to seven-under through 10 holes. He has been consistently sharp with his irons throughout the season and found some magic on the greens Thursday after reinserting his old Scotty Cameron putter back in the bag earlier this week. The 62 is Tiger's lowest opening round score since 1999 and his best 18-hole round since the 2013 WGC Bridgestone Invitational. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/5:Cameron Smith fired a 13-under par at TPC Boston to record his second straight third-place finish. The Aussie was locked in with his all-around game throughout the four rounds, gaining a total of 9.388 strokes compared to the field. Smith's incredible run during the FedExCup playoffs has moved him up to eighth in the yearly standings and 32nd in the Official World Golf Rankings. The 25-year-old comes into this week's BMW Championship with a $7,800 price tag on DraftKings and is projected to be over 12 percent owned. Every player is going to be owned at a higher rate than usual in a 69 player field so don't be deterred by the ownership percentage if you liked Smith coming into the week.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/5:After a promising start to last week's Dell Technologies Championship that included a blistering second-round 63, Webb Simpson faltered over the final two rounds to fall into a tie for 49th. Simpson was the tournament leader at the halfway point, but only carded three birdies over his last 36 holes. This was Simpson's worst tournament finish since June. He is a prime bounce back candidate at the upcoming BMW Championship. Aronimink Golf Club is a natural fit for Simpson's strategic style of play. He is a nice DFS sleeper option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour