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1/23:Patrick Cantlay is in the field for this week's Farmers Insurance Open. He heads to Torrey Pines in excellent form. The young star has reeled off four consecutive top-10 finishes in his last four starts and appears primed for a breakout 2019. Cantlay's game is firing on all cylinders and he ranks fourth in the Farmers field in strokes gained tee to green over his last 24 rounds. The 26-year-old failed to conquer Torrey Pines in his last visit, recording an underwhelming T51 last year. Cantlay shouldn't have a problem improving on that result this week. He's a sharp DFS play in all formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/23:Daniel Berger is scheduled to tee it up in this week's Farmers Insurance Open. It will be Berger's second start of the 2019 season. The youngster played through a wrist injury for most of 2018. He spent the off season resting and rehabbing the injury. Berger looked sharp in his first start of the year, recording a T12 in last week's Desert Classic. His comeback tour will be put to the test this week on a Torrey Pines course that is one of the most difficult on the PGA Tour schedule. Berger hasn't fared well in his previous starts at Torrey. He missed the Farmers cut in both 2016 and 2017. He's a wild-card DFS play this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/23:Alex Noren will tee it up in this week's Farmers Insurance Open. Noren has some unfinished business at Torrey Pines. The Swede suffered a heartbreaking playoff loss to Jason Day in last year's Farmers. Noren and Day battled in a marathon six-hole playoff that spilled over into Monday. Noren eventually put his second shot on the par-5 18th hole into the water, paving the way for Day's victory. The Euro Tour veteran suffered through a stretch of bad play last summer, but appeared back to form in three swing season starts. This will be his first tournament since a T8 at the Hero World Challenge in November. Noren is a dark-horse DFS play this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/23:Tony Finau is set to make his first start of 2019 in the upcoming Farmers Insurance Open. His 2018 season was a successful year by any measure, but the rising star failed to get his second career victory on the PGA Tour. Finau has an excellent chance to get in the win column in this week's Farmers. He has played extremely well in his four career appearances at Torrey Pines, recording two top-25s, a T4, and a T6. Finau's length off the tee gives him a distinct advantage on the monster layout that hosted the 2008 U.S. Open. His sub-$10k DraftKings price tag is almost too good to pass up and he's an elite DFS option in all formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/22:Justin Rose is scheduled to tee it up in the upcoming Farmers Insurance Open. Rose kicked off 2019 with a T34 outing in last week's Desert Classic. It was an underwhelming performance from the top-ranked player in the world, but should serve as a nice warm-up to the challenge that awaits at Torrey Pines. Rose has played well on the tough San Diego course in his last two Farmers appearances. He logged a T8 in 2018 and a T4 in 2017. The reigning FedEx Cup champion should once again be in contention to win at Torrey Pines this week. Rose is an elite DFS option in all fantasy formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/22:Marc Leishman is in the field for this week's Farmers Insurance Open. Leishman will look to stay hot at Torrey Pines this week after a fabulous start to the year. The "Big Aussie" picked up a win at the CIMB Classic in the fall and has top-five finishes in both of his 2019 starts. In addition to his sharp form, Leishman has a very solid course history at Torrey Pines. He's recorded four top-10 finishes in 10 career starts at the San Diego track. Leishman is an elite DFS option in all formats this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/22:Tiger Woods will get his 2019 season underway at this week's Farmers Insurance Open. The tournament will be held at Torrey Pines, a course where Woods has eight career victories. It was also the site of his last major championship victory in the 2008 U.S. Open. The legendary player energized the PGA Tour with his comeback last season and closed 2018 on a high note by winning the Tour Championship. His last tournament action came at the Hero World Challenge in November when he finished 17th in the limited-field event. It wouldn't be surprising to see Woods in slightly rusty form this week, but we've learned to never underestimate the 14-time major champion. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/21:Andrew Putnam shot a 14-under par at the Desert Classic to finish in a share of 34th place. Putnam has been on an incredible run since the RBC Canadian Open in July, posting 13 straight made cuts with five top-15 results -- including a victory at the Barracuda Championship in August. The 29-year-old has jumped from 138th in the Official World Golf Rankings to 46th. The one-time PGA Tour winner is not in this week's Farmers Insurance Open field but is a name to keep on your radar throughout the season.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/21:Sangmoon Bae has had a difficult time since reacquiring his PGA Tour card in September, missing five of his first six cuts of the 2019 season. Last week, Bae shot a one-under par at La Quinta to miss the cut by eight strokes. It has been a difficult last few months for the 336th-ranked golfer in the world, but he will be back in action at the Farmers Insurance Open. Bae missed the cut here last season but was able to provide a share of 32nd in 2015 and a share of 28th in 2014. At a price tag of $6,100 on DraftKings, there are only eight players with a cheaper price tag than the South Korean. However, despite the reasonable cost and low ownership projection, Bae will be tough to use in any DFS format. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/21:A graduate at San Diego State University, J.J. Spaun will head to San Diego to compete in this week's Farmers Insurance Open. Spaun brings with him some solid course history at Torrey Pines, recording two top-25 appearances in his only three attempts -- including a share of ninth place in 2017. A T51 during last week's Desert Classic could keep Spaun under the radar, but he possesses a reasonable $7,300 price tag on DraftKings. We would be hesitant to use him in cash-games, but the 28-year-old is a much safer option than most other players under $7,500 and has a high GPP ceiling. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/21:C.T. Pan provided a mediocre result at the Desert Classic, finishing the event in a share of 51st place. After opening Thursday with a six-under par 66, Pan proceeded to shoot three consecutive days of two-under par 70 golf. The 102nd-ranked player in the world has been superb since August, climbing nearly 90 spots in the Official World Golf Rankings. This week, Pan will head over to the Farmers Insurance Open for his third career appearance at Torrey Pines. The 27-year-old posted a share of second place during his first attempt in 2017 and followed it up with a share of 35th place last season. At a price tag of $7,500 on DraftKings, Pan is projected to be around 10 percent owned, which is slightly lower than expected given his course history. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/21:Chris Kirk’s poor start to 2019 continued at last week’s Desert Classic. Kirk missed the cut, which makes it back-to-back missed cuts to start his year. Kirk struggled particularly on the greens last week, dropping 4.5 strokes to the field on his one round at the South Course. The American will hope to break out of this slump when he tees it up this week at the Farmers Insurance Open. In his three previous visits to the event, Kirk has never finished inside the top-30.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/21:Abraham Ancer notched a top-20 finish in what was a good week for the Mexican at the Desert Classic. Ancer’s T18 finish comes off the back of a T29 finish at the Sony Open, representing a positive start to his year. The Mexican will now look to break into the winner's circle this week at the Farmers Insurance Open. In 2018, Ancer played well at the Californian event, finishing T20. His only previous visit to the course came in 2017 where he missed the cut.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/21:Aaron Wise failed to shine at last week’s Desert Classic. The American was unable to make the weekend and missed the cut for the first time in 2019. It’s the first missed cut that Wise has experienced since the PGA Championship back in August. Wise will now look to put that behind him when he tees it up at this week’s Farmers Insurance Open. However, Wise has a poor record at the event, missing the cut last year, and finishing T71 at the tournament in 2017.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/21:Charles Howell III produced a solid display at last week’s Desert Classic. Howell finished the event 34th, to make it three cuts made from three tournaments so far in 2019. Howell will now look forward to a return trip to Torrey Pines, where the American has enjoyed some fine results in the past. Howell has recorded three top-10 finishes at the Farmers Insurance Open in his last four visits to the event. Howell has not missed the cut at the tournament in his previous seven trips.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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