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5/23:Brooks Koepka looked unstoppable last Sunday at the Players Championship when he fired off a final-round nine-under 63. This week in just his fourth start since returning from injury, Koepka looks to deliver more aggressive play since he was second in driving distance, averaging 308.8 yards for the week. He was also ranked second in scrambling at 78.95 percent. With Koepka’s length off the tee and his short-game prowess, he’s sure to be a strong contender this week. Koepka is ranked 11th in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 71.761.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/23:Matt Kuchar just broke his 30th made-cut streak this past week at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Kuchar missed the cut by two shots and cited the fact that he let the course and his feelings get to him. He also stated he felt he played good golf and nothing really took off for him. Kuchar looks to start another made-cut streak this week at the Fort Worth Invitational, where he has two top-25 finishes in the last three years. Kuchar is ranked 22nd in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.723.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/23:Marc Leishman finished three shots back of Aaron Wise on Sunday to finish in second place at the AT&T Byron Nelson. On Thursday, Leishman fired off a 10-under par 61 to vault himself to the top of the leaderboard. As if shooting a 61 isn’t hard enough, Leishman backed it up on Friday by carding a five-under 66. While he seemed to struggle over the weekend, he still went five-under to finish at 20-under par. Leishman was ranked first in strokes gained putting at 8.902 and averaged 1.689 putts per green in regulation. The gentle Australian is ranked 16th in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.324.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/23:Bryson DeChambeau rolls into the Fort Worth Invitational as one of the hottest golfers in the world. DeChambeau has made eight consecutive cuts, which includes four top-five finishes. The most impressive part of his game has been the fact that he has managed to gain strokes in pretty much all departments. Golf's mad scientist has gained 6.9 strokes tee to green and 4.3 strokes approach, on average, in his last five tournaments. In his previous 24 rounds compared to the field, DeChambeau ranks in the top six in strokes gained approach, par-four scoring, proximity from 150 to 175 yards and good-drive percentage. DeChambeau will be one of the more popular plays at Colonial Country Club, but at a reasonable $8,800 price tag on DraftKings, we see no reason to fade him.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/22:This week, Alex Noren is the defending champion at the BMW PGA Championship. Noren’s title defense will not be easy, as he will have to outlast a star-studded field contending for one of the most prestigious events on the European Tour. Coming off a T17 finish at the Players Championship, Noren looks fired up and ready to contend. Noren is ranked 19th in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.000.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/22:This week, Rickie Fowler heads to the Fort Worth Invitational at Colonial Country Club. The last time Fowler played this venue was in 2013 where he finished T54, but in 2012 he did finish T5 at five-under par. Fowler ranks sixth in scrambling at 66.34 percent, speaking to his fantastic short game. Looking at Fowler’s schedule leads one to believe he is stacking events in preparation for the U.S. Open. Fowler ranks sixth in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 70.082.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/22:Hideki Matsuyama opened on Thursday with a dull one-over par 72, but his performance on Friday wiped the slate clean by firing off an eight-under 63. Saturday looked bleak with an even-par round of 71. On Sunday, Matsuyama charged forward with a final-round flurry of a five-under 66 to finish T16 at 12-under par. Matsuyama will not be playing this week at the Fort Worth Invitational and is ranked ninth in the Official World Golf Rankings with a scoring average of 70.989.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/22:Jordan Spieth rode off into the sunset on Sunday after shooting a four-under 67 and finishing T21 at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Spieth opened with a solid two-under par and followed it up with a fantastic five-under 66 while hitting 16 of 18 greens. Sitting at seven-under par heading into the weekend, Spieth carded a lackluster even-par round on moving day, leaving him well behind the leaders heading into Sunday. This week, Spieth heads to the Fort Worth Invitational, where he won in 2016 and finished T2 in 2017. Spieth is ranked third in the Official World Golf Rankings and has a scoring average of 69.910.--Todd Dorsa - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/22:Adam Scott shot a 15-under par at the AT&T Byron Nelson, finishing in a share of ninth place. Scott, who is trying to get into the U.S. Open, needed to get into the top 60 of the Official Golf World Rankings to secure his spot. Unfortunately for Scott, he just missed and is currently ranked 61st in the world. Scott has participated in 67 straight majors, the second longest streak behind only Sergio Garcia. There will be one more cutoff for players inside of the top 60 in the world after the FedEx St. Jude Classic, the week before the U.S. Open. When all is said and done, Scott should find himself in the field. He is competing in the Fort Worth Invitational this weekend and has been on record saying he will participate in both the Memorial and FedEx St. Jude Classic if it is needed to ensure his spot.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/22:Adam Hadwin, who is tied for the most consecutive made cuts on the PGA Tour with 17 in a row, will look to not only add to that total but potentially pick up his second career win this week at the Fort Worth Invitational. Hadwin comes into the week egregiously mispriced on DraftKings compared to Fanduel. His $7,600 price tag on DraftKings puts him in a share for the 29th most expensive player. On Fanduel, Hadwin is the 13th highest priced player at $10,600. The underpricing on DraftKings will make Hadwin one of the more popular plays of the week. In his last 24 rounds compared to the field, Hadwin ranks first in good-drive percentage and second in strokes gained approach. In our opinion, he provides consistency and winning upside this weekend at Colonial Country Club. Hadwin may be one of the chalkier plays, but we have a hard time not recommending him for both cash-game and GPP lineups.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/22:Andrew Landry is set to continue his up-and-down year at the Fort Worth Invitational this week. Five missed cuts were well and truly forgotten about after a tremendous victory at the Valero Texas Open just a few weeks ago. It will be Landry’s first trip to Colonial Country Club, and he will no doubt be hoping to keep his putter red-hot this week. Over his previous eight rounds, Landry has excelled on the greens and sits second in this field for strokes gained putting in that period.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour, Fantasy National
5/22:2018 has been a consistent year thus far for Austin Cook, and the American will be hoping that continues this week at the Fort Worth Invitational. Cook has made the weekend in seven of his last eight events, and he has a steady scoring average of 70.93 over his last 16 rounds on tour. This week will be Cook’s first visit to Colonial Country Club, but he should feel good about returning to Texas, the state where he recorded his best finish since January at the Valero Texas Open just a month ago.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/22:It has been a rough month thus far for Brian Harman, who has shot in the 80s in two of his last three rounds. This week, Harman returns to Colonial Country Club for the Fort Worth Invitational, which has proved to be a happy hunting ground for the American in recent years. In his previous four visits to Colonial, Harman has recorded two top-10 finishes and has finished no lower than T30. Since 2013, Harman ranks sixth in strokes gained-total at Colonial.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour, Fantasy National
5/22:Having roared back into form at the Players Championship where he tied for runner-up, Xander Schauffele should be full of confidence this week at the Fort Worth Invitational. It will be Schauffele’s second appearance at Colonial Country Club, having finished in a tie for 48th in 2017. Schauffele has shown exceptional consistency in his second season on tour. The Californian has only missed one cut all season and is currently on a streak of eight consecutive made cuts.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5/22:Kevin Kisner recorded his second win on the PGA Tour here last year and will be looking to defend his title on a course that he has enjoyed much success on over his career. Since missing the cut at Colonial Country Club on his first visit back in 2014, Kisner has finished in the top 10 in the last three years, which includes his victory in 2017. Kisner has recorded back-to-back missed cuts in his previous two outings, but it would be a shock to see him fail to make the weekend this week on a course where he has the second highest strokes gained-total since 2013.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour, Fantasy National
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