Bryce Molder tees it up at the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship this week for his sixth tour of the TPC Four Seasons Resort.
Molder is 3-for-5 at the BNC with T23 in 2009 debut his best showing. He opened the season T3 at the Frys.com Open (site of his only PGA TOUR victory in 2011) for his lone top 10 in 15 starts. Molder has made four cuts on the bounce but has cracked the top 30 just once in that span (T15, RBC Heritage). The 36-year-old shot even-par 280 at last week's Crowne Plaza Invitational to finish T58.
Jason Gore turns his focus to the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship looking to improve on his 175th-place ranking in the FedExCup standings.
Gore is 3-for-5 at the AT&T BNC with zero top 10s, last competing in 2010 and missing the cut. He has made 13 starts on the season, missing six cuts and logging one top 25 (T12, Zurich Classic of New Orleans). Inclusive of the Zurich Classic, Gore has cashed in four straight, but they're not likely to have caught the attention of fantasy managers at T49-T64-T55. The 41-year-old made hay on the Web.com Tour in 2014 posting seven top 10s in 17 starts, including two third-place finishes and two runners-up.
Derek Ernst does battle this week at the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship and slots in 179th in the FedExCup standings
Ernst is back for his second loop at the TPC Four Seasons having shot 69-76 in last year's debut to miss the cut by four. He began the year at No. 462 in the Official World Golf Ranking and has cratered to No. 686 on the heels of 11 missed cuts in 17 starts and one top 25 (T17, Valspar Championship). Of course his OWGR took a big hit when his 2013 Wells Fargo title rolled off the books, his only other top 25 on TOUR. The 25-year-old enters the week having missed four of his last five cuts with his only cash a T57 at the Shell Houston Open.
Greg Owen heads to Irving, Texas, to contest this week's AT&T Byron Nelson Championship and arrives 174th in the FedExCup standings.
Owen is 4-for-7 at the Byron Nelson but has yet to post a top 25. His T29 in the 2012 edition is his best showing, followed by a T78/MDF and a missed cut last year. The Englishman has missed seven cuts in 11 starts on his season registering one top 25 (T22, Sanderson Farms Championship). The Web.com Tour grad resurrected his career by finishing 27th on that tour's money list in 2014, including a win at the United Leasing Championship. The last top 10 the 43-year-old nabbed on the PGA TOUR was in 2012 (T7, McGladrey Classic), 44 starts ago.
Brendon Todd broke his maiden at last year's AT&T Byron Nelson Championship and returns this week for a chance to defend his title.
Todd missed the cut in his first two cracks at TPC Four Seasons-Las Colinas but mustered up a T17 in 2013 before delivering the goods last year. He has now carded red numbers in seven of his last eight rounds here. Not an easy feat, given the difficulty of the track. The soggy conditions this week combined with additional press responsibilities that come along with being a defending champ may be too overwhelming for Todd when all is said and done.
Charl Schwartzel appears out of form ahead of this week's AT&T Byron Nelson Championship.
The South African continues his very forgettable 2014-15 season as he arrives with just one top 30 in 10 stroke-play events. His course history is much more appealing, collecting a third-place finish in his 2013 debut and backing it up last year with a T11. Some courses fit the eye of a golfer better than others, but it's hard for gamers to trust Schwartzel given his current form.
John Rollins makes his way back to Irving, Texas, for this week's AT&T Byron Nelson Championship.
The Texas resident is very familiar with the area and will be making his 14th consecutive start at the event, thanks to a sponsor exemption. He's finished top 30 in seven of those previous 13, but we've seen an out-of-form Rollins over the past two seasons. The VCU alum is just 3-for-8 this season and has just three top 25s to his name over his last 36 starts.
S.J. Park heads to TPC Four Seasons Resort for his tournament debut at this week's AT&T Byron Nelson Championship.
The PGA TOUR rookie is 9-for-17 on the season but owns just one top 25, his runner-up finish at the Humana. Park is 167th in strokes gained and also just 155th in driving distance. On a soggy TPC Four Seasons track this week, that lack of distance may be too much to overcome. The ideal route is to avoid Park until his form returns.