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1/2:For the sixth time in the last eight years, Bubba Watson will be teeing it up at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Watson won three times in 2018, in what was a superb year for the 40-year-old. Watson’s good form at Kapalua suggests that he is likely to go well here on his opening start of the year too. In his last five visits to Kapalua, Watson has finished in the top-10 three times. Although, on his previous two visits Watson has struggled mightily on the greens, dropping a combined 12 strokes to the field with the flat-stick.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/2:Jason Day starts his year at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, an event that has been kind to the Australian in the past. In three visits to Kapalua, Day has finished no worse than T12 at the event, and his best result came back in 2015 where the Australian finished T3. Day won twice last year on the PGA Tour and will be keen to repeat his putting performance of 2018, which saw the Australian finishing second for strokes gained putting.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/2:Brooks Koepka begins 2019 on top of the world after a year in which the American won two major championships. This week will be Koepka’s third time to play in Kapalua, in an event which has produced mixed results for the big hitter. In 2016, Koepka finished T3 at the tournament, but last year it was a different story, and the American finished dead last. The 28-year-old dropped almost 10 strokes to the field that week on the greens and will be hoping for better fortune with the flat-stick this week.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/2:Jon Rahm will kick off his year at this week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions. Rahm won once on the PGA Tour in 2018, and he arrives at a course this week where he performed well on debut. In 2018, Rahm finished runner-up in Kapalua and will be looking to go one better this week as he enters the event in good form. Last month, the Spaniard won the Hero World Challenge in impressive style to set him up nicely for the year’s opening event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/1:Kevin Tway picked up the first win of his PGA Tour career at the Safeway Open in October. The victory earned him a spot in this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. It will be the 30-year-old's first appearance at Kapalua. Tway is a long hitter that ranked 13th on the PGA Tour in driving distance last season. His length should allow him to bomb away at the generously wide fairways of the Plantation Course. Tway might not have the name recognition of some other players in the field, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him score well on this course where length is of the utmost importance. He is an intriguing GPP option at his dirt-cheap DFS price. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/1:It was a long road back to the winner's circle for Keegan Bradley. After piling up three victories on the PGA Tour between 2011 and 2012, Bradley endured a six-year drought before taking down the BMW Championship last season. The victory qualified him for this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. Bradley will rely on his elite iron play at Kapalua. He ranked second on the PGA Tour in strokes gained: approach in 2018, but struggles with a balky putter and annually ranks near the bottom of all putting statistical categories. His world-class ball striking makes Bradley a dangerous discount GPP option that we can feel comfortable rostering in this week's no-cut event. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/1:Death, taxes, and Ian Poulter playing well in a Ryder Cup year. Those are some of the few certainties in life. Poulter did it again in 2018, logging the first PGA Tour stroke-play win of his career at the Houston Open. The victory propelled the Englishman to a tremendous season and a spot on the European Ryder Cup team. Poulter will try to continue his career renaissance in 2019 and gets his season underway at this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. It will be a challenge for him to compete at a Kapalua layout that demands low scoring. Poulter ranked just 84th in birdie or better percentage on the PGA Tour in 2018. He's nothing more than a DFS tournament flyer this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/1:Webb Simpson is set to tee it up in this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. Simpson qualified for the event via his dominant win in The Players Championship last season. The 33-year-old turned in the best season of his career in 2018 by winning The Players and logging top-25 finishes in all four major championships on the strength of his sharp ball striking and elite short game. This will be his first trip to Kapalua since 2014. Simpson has fared well at the Plantation Course, posting two third-place finishes in just three career appearances. He's an elite GPP sleeper play this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/1:After a three-year absence, Matt Kuchar returns to the Sentry Tournament of Champions this week. The popular veteran hadn't lifted a trophy since winning the RBC Heritage in 2014, but came out of nowhere to grab a victory at the Mayakoba Golf Classic in November. The win salvaged a somewhat disappointing 2018 for Kuchar. He failed to qualify for the U.S. Ryder Cup team and lacked his trademark consistency throughout the season. Kuchar's victory at Mayakoba could signal the beginning of a bounce-back year in 2019. He's a great DFS value play this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/1:Mark Leishman is in the field for this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. The "Big Aussie" heads to Kapalua in sharp form. Leishman picked up a swing season win at the CIMB Classic in October. He has also fared well in this event and logged a T7 at the Plantation Course last season. With windy conditions in the weather forecast, Leishman might have an advantage this week, as he's considered one of the best wind players in the world. He is a DFS bargain at just $7,700 on DraftKings this week and a sharp GPP play. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/1:Paul Casey is in the field for this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. The Englishman had a very solid 2018 season. Casey picked up his second career PGA Tour win at the Valspar Championship, notched four top-10 finishes, and made 18 of 20 cuts. The veteran has one of the best tee-to-green games on the PGA Tour, but Casey will need to make birdies at Kapalua. He ranked just 58th in birdie average in 2018. His lack of scoring ability makes him more of a DFS cash-game play this week, as we can expect a solid outing, but probably not a win. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/1:Phil Mickelson is not teeing it up in this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. "Lefty" qualified for the TOC via his win at the WGC-Mexico event last season, but has elected not to play at Kapalua. The 48-year-old has made it clear that he plans to cut back his 2019 schedule in an attempt to keep himself fresh for the larger events. Mickelson got off to a strong start in 2018 before fading badly down the stretch. He struggled in both the FedEx Cup Playoffs and the Ryder Cup. Look for Mickelson to be more selective of the tournaments he plays going forward. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/1:Despite qualifying for this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions, Justin Rose has elected to skip the event. This decision is not out of the ordinary for Rose, who hasn't played the Hawaiian in years. The defending FedEx Cup champion and second-ranked player in the world will be experiencing some big changes in 2019. Rose signed an equipment deal with Japanese company Honma on January 1st. This will be the first season of the Englishman's career that he will not play Taylor Made equipment. The equipment change is something that DFS players should keep an eye on as Rose heads into the new season.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
12/27:DFS players will have to wait a little longer to get Tiger Woods into their lineups. Woods has opted to skip next week's Sentry Tournament of Champions, according to ESPN's Bob Harig. Woods qualified for the event via his victory at the season-ending Tour Championship. There was speculation that Woods might play in the season opener for the first time since 2005, but the 80-time PGA Tour winner's representatives confirmed that he is "spending more time with family and friends over the holiday and will start his season at a later event." The smart money is on Woods kicking off his 2019 schedule at the Farmers Insurance Open in late January. That tournament is held at Torrey Pines, a course where Woods has eight career victories. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: Bob Harig-ESPN.com
11/21:Chris Kirk was unable to get himself into contention at last week’s RSM Classic. Kirk fired three rounds under par at the event, but his total of nine-under par could only give him a T46 finish. Kirk has failed to finish in the top-40 of any of the five events that he has played so far this season. In 2018, Kirk finished in the top-10 three times. The American currently sits 157th in the official world golf rankings.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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