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Playing on a Major Medical Extention, Chad Collins went 1-for-3 during the fall to sit at 213th in the FedExCup standings ahead of the holidays.

Collins missed all of last season with an injury, although he did appear in three Web.com Tour events. He went 1-for-3 in those events. During the fall he returned to action on the big stage and posted a T83 at the Safeway Open before missing the cut at the Sanderson Farms Championship and The RSM Classic. Collins now has 16 starts remaining on his Major Medical, needing 376 FedExCup Points to fulfill the terms. The 40-year-old has a career record of 82-for-183 with eight top 10s. His best finish in the FedExCup race is a 96th, which happened in 2010. He's finished 120th or worse in every other attempt.
Dec 17 - 10:30 AM

Ollie Schniederjans has added a veteran presence to his squad ahead of 2019, joining forces with Damon Green who will serve as his caddie to kick off the new year.

Green recently parted ways with Zach Johnson, who combined to win over 10 PGA TOUR events together. Green takes pride in his ability to read bermuda greens which will serve Schniederjans well who already has his fair share of success on bermudagrass. That includes a T7 at the 2018 Sony Open which is likely where this new pairing will get their first action together. After a breakout 2016-17 campaign where he finished 60th in the FedExCup standings, Schniederjans saw a bit of a dip last season, finishing 98th in the FEC race. The 25-year-old is still young and could benefit from a veteran caddie like Green. It's unclear if Green will continue to do his patented "birdie dance" with his new partner in crime.
Dec 17 - 10:25 AM

Zack Sucher is ramping up his playing activity in hopes of a successful return to competition in 2019.

The 32-year-old was last seen at the 2017 Travelers where he missed the cut. It was his fifth straight missed cut and he shut it down from there, opting for knee and ankle surgery. Some recent social media activity suggests a return is imminent. Playing on a Major Medical, Sucher will have six events to earn 347 FedExCup Points, a tall task for someone that has been away from competitive golf for over a year.

Zach Johnson and his longtime caddied, Damon Green, have parted ways ahead of the 2019 calendar year.

The Caddie Network shared the news by saying Green was "shocked" by the news. Johnson initially said it was a "break" but Green has since been scooped up by Ollie Schniederjans and Johnson will have Brett Waldman on his bag to start 2019. Johnson is coming off a season where he went 23-for-25 to finish 58th in the FedExCup standings. A fresh face on the bag may help him get back to the basics but the 42-year-old is past his prime so gamers should keep their expectations reasonable moving forward.
Dec 17 - 10:10 AM

Ben Evans penciled a 3-under-par 32-37=69 during the final day of the Alfred Dunhill Championship, climbing seven spots into a share of fifth place alongside Oliver Wilson (8-under 280).

The 32-year-old Englishman started the day five shots off the pace and was never truly in contention to win but it was a still a solid round. Evans made an early splash with an eagle at the par-5 second and a birdie at the par-4 third but leader David Lipsky was also off to a strong start. Evans slowed his pace with just two more birdies and two bogeys on his way into the clubhouse. Spending most of his time on the Challenge Tour last year, this is his first top 5 on the big stage since a T3 at the 2017 Made in Denmark. Evans recently finished T20 at Q-School to earn his way back to the Euro Tour. His mark of 16-under in Q-School was right on the number and he's making good use of that status so far, now 16th in the Race to Dubai.
Dec 16 - 10:47 AM

Oliver Wilson twirled a 3-under-par 33-36=69 during the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship, capping off the week with a four-day tally of 8-under 280 for a share of fifth place.

The Englishman finished T3 last week to earn a ticket to The Open Championship and he rode that wave of momentum this week at Leopard Creek. The hunt was slow and steady and he never truly contended but it was a strong week nonetheless. Wilson carded 17 birdies this week but failed to really capitalize on the back nine where most of the field feasted. There are three par 5s on the homeward nine but Wilson posted inward scores of 1-under 36 on all four days. On the week he played the par 5s at just 1-under (6 birdies, 2 bogeys, 1 double bogey). Heading into 2019, Wilson now finds himself at 10th in the Race to Dubai.
Dec 16 - 10:30 AM

Overnight co-leader Scott Jamieson fell flat during the final round with an even-par 38-34=72 to end his week at the Alfred Dunhill Championship on 11-under 277 which put him in a share of third place alongside Zander Lombard.

Jamieson shared the stage with David Lipsky today but Jamieson made an early exit with three bogeys on a double on his outward nine. He circled two birdies, as well but the damage had been done. The Scot made a late push with five birdies in his final seven holes but it was too little, too late. On the bright side, this will go in the books as his third top 5 over his last six visits to Leopard Creek. He also posted a runner-up finish at the Nedbank just 11 months ago and a win at the 2012 Nelson Mandela Championship, so it's clear that the Scot feels comfortable in South Africa. The 35-year-old had a bit of a letdown in 2018 after a monster 2017 campaign but this result shows that he still packs plenty of fantasy value.
Dec 16 - 10:19 AM

Zander Lombard made a mid-round charge before one big blemish soiled his chances during round four of the Alfred Dunhill Championship, settling for 3-under-par 35-34=69 to reach 11-under 277 by week's end, three shots behind eventual winner David Lipsky.

The South African started the day two shots off the lead. He was slow out of the gate by trading two birdies with two bogeys before making the turn. From there, he went BIRDIE-BIRDIE-PAR-EAGLE-BIRDIE to find himself at 13-under for the week. A triple bogey at the par-3 16th derailed his momentum. Lombard nearly chipped in for an eagle-3 at the closing hole but settled for birdie and a share of third place. Entering the week, the 23-year-old had just one round in red numbers at Leopard Creek (6 rounds) but he made progress this week. The youngster continues to flash brilliance at times but he will need to tidy up the consistency before he becomes a reliable option for gamers.
Dec 16 - 10:09 AM
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