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1/9:Cameron Champ continued his impressive form at last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions. Champ finished the event T11, and he has now finished in the top-30 in his previous six events. Champ was on form on the greens in Kapalua and gained almost five strokes over the field with the flat-stick. Champ will now look to make his mark at this week’s Sony Open. It will be Champ’s first appearance at the event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Abraham Ancer is kicking off his year at this week’s Sony Open. Ancer produced some excellent golf at the end of 2018 and is certainly a player to watch out for in 2019. The 27-year-old is making just his second start at the Sony Open this week. In 2018, Ancer struggled at the venue and missed the cut. The Mexican is on a made-cut streak of six and has the potential to provide a lot of value this week if he can take his form from the back end of last year into the event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Brandt Snedeker struggled at last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions, failing to find his best form with his long game. Snedeker dropped 3.7 strokes to the field for his play tee to green, and it was the main factor for why he finished the event T22. Snedeker will now look to find some form at this week’s Sony Open. In 2017, Snedeker finished runner-up at the event. However, last year Snedeker struggled mightily and failed to make it to the weekend.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Charles Howell III began his year in good style, finishing T13 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Howell’s play off the tee was particularly impressive for the four days of action, gaining over two strokes over the field in this department. Howell will now turn his attention to the Sony Open, where he has a superb record. In his last seven starts at the event, Howell has claimed four top-10 finishes.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Gary Woodland produced some brilliant golf on the way to a runner-up finish at last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions. Woodland was pipped by a course record-breaking round by Xander Schauffele, but despite this, he will take plenty of confidence from his performance. Woodland gained over 10 strokes over the field for his play tee to green and has now finished in the top-10 in four of his last five starts. Woodland will be teeing it up at this week’s Sony Open where he has yet to finish worse than T13 from four visits.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Ian Poulter revived his career in 2018 and brought in the new year with a solid 18th-place finish at last week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. Poulter looked sharp tee-to-green at Kapalua, but surprisingly fought a balky putter for most of the week. The Englishman picked up his first career victory in a PGA Tour stroke-play event and helped lead Europe to a Ryder Cup win last year. Poulter looks poised to continue his roll and is set to tee it up in this week's Sony Open. His elite approach game should help him succeed at Waialae. He's a great under-the-radar DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:It's not often that we see a PGA golfer listed as questionable, but that's the current status of tour pro Kevin Na. Na was a last-minute withdraw from last week's Sentry TOC with a broken pinky finger, a fairly significant injury for a golfer. He was originally expected to miss around a month, but has been spotted wearing a splint on the practice green at Waialae Country Club, the site of this week's Sony Open. There might be a scenario in which Na tries to play in the tournament without knowing how his finger will react. Regardless of Na's intentions, this is a situation that should be avoided in all fantasy formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: Dave Shedloski-Twitter
1/9:Xander Schauffele smashed the course record on Sunday to stun Gary Woodland and take the title at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Schauffele fired an incredible round of 11-under par to capture his fourth win on the PGA Tour in just two years. The win moves Schauffele up to sixth in the Official World Golf Rankings. Schauffele has won back-to-back on the PGA Tour for the first time. The American has chosen not to tee it up at this week’s Sony Open.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Kevin Kisner makes his first start of 2019 at this week’s Sony Open. Kisner has been out of action since November, and he begins his year at a course he has got the measure of over the past few years. Kisner has recorded top-25 finishes on his last three trips to the Sony Open. In 2017, Kisner finished T4 at the event. On Kisner’s previous start at the RSM Classic, he notched a top-10 finish so he will enter this week with plenty of confidence.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Patrick Reed failed to perform at last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions. Making his first start to the year, Reed struggled on his way to a T25 finish. Reed’s main issue for the week occurred on the greens, where the American dropped 4.6 strokes to the field. Reed dropped another 4.2 strokes to the field with his approach play for the four days. Reed last played the Sony Open back in 2013 where he missed the cut.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Brian Harman will be making his first start of the year when he tees it up this week at the Sony Open. Harman endured a difficult 2018, struggling for form for the majority of the year. Despite this, Harman is on a made-cut streak of nine events, however, in none of these events has the American claimed a top-30 finish. Harman has a fine record at the Sony Open, finishing in the top-20 in his last four appearances. --Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Bubba Watson endured a brutal opening start to the year, struggling to a 31st place finish at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Watson’s poor week was due to his awful performance on the greens in Kapalua. The American dropped over 11 strokes to the field with the flat-stick for the four days of action. It was Watson’s worst career performance on the greens at an event, and he will hope to put it behind him at this week’s Sony Open. Watson has not played the Sony Open previously. --Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Hideki Matsuyama begins his year at the Sony Open, where he will look to put a disappointing 2018 behind him. An injury stifled Matsuyama in 2018, but the Japanese star performed very well at the back end of the year to give him momentum heading into 2019. Matsuyama has never played to the best of his ability at the Sony Open. The 26-year-olds best finish at the event in his last four appearances is T27, and he has twice missed the cut at the tournament.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/8:Kevin Tway overcame some tough obstacles at last week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. The youngster fought through his lack of course experience and a nasty sinus infection to finish tied for 11th at Kapalua. Tway fired a beautiful bogey-free 66 on Thursday and led after the opening round. However, he failed to break 70 in any of his next three rounds and steadily slid down the leaderboard over the weekend. Tway will head to Honolulu for this week's Sony Open, an event that he has struggled in previously. The 30-year-old has missed the cut in two of his three career starts at Waialae. Though he's been playing well, he's a contrarian DFS option at best this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/8:Zach Johnson will make his first start of 2019 at this week's Sony Open. Johnson had a somewhat disappointing 2018 by his high standards, but ended the year with a strong T7 finish at the RSM Classic. Johnson parted ways with his longtime caddie Damon Green over the winter in an attempt to shake things up. The two-time major champion has had tremendous success at Waialae, logging four top-15 finishes in his last five Sony starts. Johnson is a great mid-priced DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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