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Monday, September 09, 2013


Rookie of the Week Last Week

I keep an eye on the young’uns each week to see who is making the most noise.

 

Sony: Russell Henley WIN

Humana: David Lingmerth P2

Farmers: Brad Fritsch T9

WMPO: James Hahn T16

AT&T: James Hahn T3

NTO: Luke Guthrie T21

WGC-Match Play: Russell Henley 2nd round

Honda: Luke Guthrie 3rd

WGC-Cadillac: Russell Henley T28

Puerto Rico: Jordan Spieth 2nd

Tampa Bay: Jordan Spieth T7; Shawn Stefani T7; Ben Kohles T7

Arnold Palmer: Ben Kohles T14

Shell Houston Open: Robert Streb T22

Valero Texas Open: Ben Kohles T37

Masters: Russell Henley MC

RBC Heritage: Russell Henley T6

Zurich Classic: D. H. Lee T8

Wells Fargo Championship: Derek Ernst WIN

THE PLAYERS: David Lingmerth T2. Great back-to-back weeks for the rookies on TOUR!

HPBNC: Morgan Hoffmann T5

Colonial: Jordan Spieth, yep, him again, T7

Memorial: Russell Henley T6

FESJC: Patrick Reed Fifth

U.S. Open: David Lingmerth T17; special mentions for Hideki Matsuyama T10 and Michael Kim T17.

Travelers: Morgan Hoffmann T9

AT&T National: D.H. Lee T3; Jordan Spieth 6th; Morgan Hoffmann T8

Greenbrier: David Lingmerth and D.H. Lee both T9

John Deere: Jordan Spieth WIN

The Open Championship: Jordan Spieth T44

Sanderson Farms: Steve LeBrun T26

RBC Canadian: Patrick Reed T9

WGC-BI: Russell Henley T27

Reno-Tahoe: Scott Langley T21

PGA Championship: Hideki Matsuyama T19. #forreal

Wyndham: Jordan Spieth P2. #forrealreal

The Barclays: Jordan Spieth T19. He’s currently No. 9 in the Playoffs.

Deutsche Bank Championship: Jordan Spieth finished T4 after a final round 62.

 

 

One-and-Done

 

SEASON TOTAL: $6,672,565

 

HTOC: Steve Stricker (2nd; $665,000)

Sony: Charles Howell III (T3; $324,800)

Humana: Tim Clark (MC)

Farmers: Rickie Fowler (T6; $204,350)

WMPO: Jason Dufner (MC)

AT&T Pebble: Hunter Mahan (T16; $94,250)

Northern Trust: Bill Haas (T3; $343,200)

WGC-Match Play: Charl Schwartzel (T33; $46,000)

Honda: Lee Westwood (T9; $156,000)

WGC-Cadillac Championship: Matt Kuchar (T35; $68,500)

Tampa Bay: Jim Furyk (T7; $148,892)

Bay Hill: Sergio Garcia (WD after three rounds)

Shell Houston: Jimmy Walker (T50; $14,838)

Valero: Cameron Tringale (MC)

Masters: Phil Mickelson (T54; $18,320)

RBC Heritage: Luke Donald (T3; $336,400)

Zurich Classic: Bubba Watson (T15; $102,500)

Wells Fargo: Webb Simpson (T32; $37,073)

THE PLAYERS: Nick Watney (MC)

HPBNC: Jason Day (T27; $46,565)

Colonial: Kevin Streelman (MC)

Memorial: K.J. Choi (T21; $58,202)

FESJC: Ryan Palmer (4th; $273,600)

US Open: Graeme McDowell (MC)

Travelers: John Rollins (MDF; $11,041)

AT&T National: Billy Horschel (T61; $14,040)

The Greenbrier Classic: Graham DeLaet (T30; $36,618)

John Deere Classic: Jordan Spieth (WIN; $828,000)

The Open Championship: Adam Scott (T3; $428,776)

RBC Canadian: Chris Kirk (T21; $54,160)

WGC-BI: Tiger Woods (WIN; $1,500,000)

PGA Championship: Henrik Stenson (3rd; $545,000)

Wyndham Championship: Zach Johnson (T5; $193,450)

The Barclays: Brandt Snedeker (MC)

DBC: Keegan Bradley (T16; $124,000)

BMW: Dustin Johnson

The TOUR Championship: Justin Rose

 

GolfChannel.com Fantasy Challenge

 

BMW Championship

I play as “Glass” for ALL fantasy games

 

Mike Glasscott (Rank: 2,856; $21,257,250)

Group 1: Adam Scott

Group 2: Steve Stricker

Group 3: Brendon de Jonge

Group 4: Kevin Stadler

 

Ryan O’Sullivan (Rank: 5,625; $19,726,209)

Group 1: Phil Mickelson

Group 2: Lee Westwood

Group 3: Harris English

Group 4: Kevin Chappell


Ned Brown (Rank 1,665: $22,253,202) “Pure Spin”

Group 1: Adam Scott

Group 2: Steve Stricker

Group 3: Charl Schwartzel

Group 4: Chris Kirk

 

Rob Bolton (Rank: 3,835; $20,655,809)

Group 1: Tiger Woods

Group 2: Luke Donald

Group 3: Harris English

Group 4: Chris Kirk

 

Evian Championship – LPGA 5th Major

 

Mike Glasscott

Group 1: Na Yeon Choi

Group 2: Ai Miyazato

Group 3: Carlota Ciganda

Group 4: Ryann O’Toole

 

Ryan O’Sullivan

Group 1: Suzanne Pettersen

Group 2: Jessica Korda

Group 3: Michelle Wie

Group 4: Charley Hull


Ned Brown

Group 1: Stacy Lewis

Group 2: Ai Miyazato

Group 3: Jody Ewart-Shadoff

Group 4: Charley Hull

 

Rob Bolton

Group 1: Stacy Lewis

Group 2: Anna Nordqvist

Group 3: Natalie Gulbis

Group 4: Maria Hjorth

 

 

Ned said, “…

 

Group A

 

Sergio Garcia-- I've used up my starts on Phil and Tiger, but if I have only one start left on either I would wait until next week in Atlanta. Garcia finally woke up last time out with a T4 finish at the Deutsche Bank and I'm hoping that momentum carries over.

 

Jason Dufner-- The PGA Champion had an understandable let down after his first major title, however he looked good last time out in his T9 result at the Deutsche Bank.

 

SUPER SUBS

 

Phil Mickelson, Tiger WoodsChris Kirk

 

Group B

 

Steve Stricker-- Group B is by far the hardest group this week due to the number of quality golfers. Stricker looked great last time out in his second place finish in Boston and he will be, with Luke Donald, local favorites to win this week.

 

Matt Kuchar-- The big question this week is how everyone will play a new course. Kuchar looked great in his T4 finish at the Deutsche Bank and, even though this is my last start with Kuchar, I think he is a better fit here than in Atlanta.

 

Justin Rose-- He has played very well in the Playoffs with at T2 at The Barclays and a T12 at the Deutsche Bank. Rose has played well in Chicago in the past and I think this course might fit his eye.

 

Graham DeLaet-- For months, I've had Luke Donald penciled in for a spot this week, but his form just isn't good enough to give him the nod. Jim Furyk does have the form, but being left off the Presidents Cup has to be a heavy blow for him. Instead, I'm going with one of the hottest golfers in here by using Graham DeLaet. He came into the Playoffs in off-form, but then found something to finish T2 at The Barclays and in third place at the Deutsche Bank.

 

SUPER SUBS

 

Jim Furyk, Luke Donald, Hunter Mahan, Dustin Johnson

 

Group C

 

Henrik Stenson-- I faded Stenson last time out and paid the price because almost everyone in the Top 100 had him. It's a bit much for him to win two weeks in-a-row, but overall he has played the best over the last six weeks on the TOUR.

 

Adam Scott-- I thought about saving my last start for Scott for the TOUR Championship, however his recent record in Atlanta is so-so. He did look average last time out, but he opened the Playoffs with a championship at The Barclays.

 

 

 

“Pure Spin”

Points last week: 122

Points this year: 5,737

Overall Ranking: (217; 99th percentile)

 

 

Coming Wednesday

 

And the analysis doesn't end here. Rotoworld's Rob Bolton and I will be co-hosting a one-hour live chat WEDNESDAY at NOON ET. We will be breaking down the field at the BMW and answering your questions. Simply return to the golf home page to join in on the chatter. Don’t forget to follow Rob (http://twitter.com/RobBoltonGolf) and Glass (http://twitter.com/GlassWGCL) on Twitter

 

 

 



Fantasy Golf columnist Mike Glasscott joined Rotoworld in 2012. He can be contacted via email at RotoworldGlass@gmail.com or on Twitter.
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