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Dominic Bozzelli sits outside the FedExCup bubble as he preps for this week's Wyndham Championship.

Bozzelli missed a big chunk of the season due to injury so he should receive a medical extension for 2018-19. In the mean time, with limited starts (19) he ranks 166th in the FEC standings, so he'll need a huge finish if he wants to crack the FEC Playoffs. More recently, he's shown sparks but not consistently piecing together four rounds. He was T10 after R1 at the Canadian Open. He was T16 at the midpoint the start before that and he was T24 after R1 of The Greenbrier before missing the cut. In his favor this week, the four best finishes of his career have come on bermuda or overseeded bermuda so this might be a spot where he feels comfortable. Bozzelli has gained strokes on approach in each of his last three starts.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 14 - 5:24 PM

Billy Horschel hopes to kick off a hot streak as he turns his attention toward Sedgefield Country Club at this week's Wyndham Championship.

Horschel enters the week ranked inside the top 30 in strokes gained off-the-tee and strokes gained putting. It's his in-between game that has held him back from consistently contending this year. Luckily, that's turned for the better lately with positive strokes gained approach in each of his last five starts (+6.5 SG APP last week at the PGA Championship). The Florida Gator has played here six times in the past and he's entered the final round at T6 on two of those occasions. Gamers should expect a strong showing from Horschel this week in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 14 - 5:19 PM

Wake Forest product Will Zalatoris has received a sponsor's invite and looks to cash in at this week's Wyndham Championship.

Zalatoris left college a bit early in hopes of kick-starting his pro career. He's yet to convert as he's 1-for-7 on the PGA TOUR (T68 at this year's Pebble Beach Pro-Am). The problem has been his short game as he's lost strokes around-the-green AND putting in all six ShotLink starts. On the bright side, he gained 4.6 strokes on approach during his start at the Memorial Tournament so the upside is certainly there for this 21-year-old with pedigree. Zalatoris reached as high at No. 8 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings before turning pro and now he heads back to his old stomping grounds this week. With local knowledge on his side, this could be a good week to take a chance on the youngster, but only in the deepest of fantasy formats.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 14 - 5:15 PM

Can Jeff Winther maintain his consistent 2018 in the Nordea Masters at Hills GC in Gothenburg this week?

A third short trip over the water from Denmark to Sweden to this tournament for Winther and although he is 2-for-2 he is yet to crack the top 50, yet to better 70 in one lap, and - more worryingly - has a poor record at the weekend: 74-83 in 2016, 73-75 last year. But it's a small sample so let's give him a break for now. He's 131st on the Race to Dubai and whilst he is 11-for-18 he has had an odd record at the weekend. On the one hand he's always ended the week T35 or better, on the other he's never finished better than T14 (in the Sicilian Open). It's also a fact that he's only once made the cut in an event with a decent purse, hence his ranking.
Aug 14 - 1:11 PM

Maximilian Kieffer will hope to return to his past strong Swedish form when he tees it up in this week's Nordea Masters at Hills GC in Gothenburg.

Back in 2015 the German opened 68-69-70 to lie tied second, but a final round 75 was only good enough for T3. It wasn't the first time he had played the tournament well. Indeed he has been on the upswing ever since he debuted in 2013 (T27-T11 and he had finished T32 on the Challenge Tour in Sweden in 2011). Perhaps he expected too much of himself as a consequence last year when he missed the cut (78-77). This year he is 10-for-17, but four of the missed cuts have come in his last six starts. He has six top 30s but is still searching for a first top ten. His best effort was T12 in the BMW International Open when he was tied for the lead after 54 holes but had a Sunday 72 for T12.
Aug 14 - 1:10 PM

Lee Slattery needs to rejig his 2018 as he heads to the Nordea Masters at Hills GC in Gothenburg, Sweden this week.

Back in 2004 the Englishman was a Challenge Tour winner in Sweden at the Telia Grand Prix, he was also T14 in the Skandia PGA Open. His Swedish form has continued on the European Tour in this tournament: Nine starts, five cuts made, T7 in 2015, T4 in 2009 when contending the lead all week. 2018 has been an oddity for him and no mistake. To begin with he made 11 starts without a top 30, then T3 in the Italian Open (leading after 54 holes), T19 to follow in the Shotclock Masters, T45 at the BMW International Open and then three missed cuts, so a lurch back into the poor form. This week is a very tough one to get a grip on, but that one good week in Italy means his card for next year is safe.
Aug 14 - 1:08 PM

Lucas Herbert will make his tournament debut in the Nordea Masters at Hills GC in Gothenburg, Sweden this week.

Having started the European Tour season on fire, following a smart set of results in the three top Australasian Tour events, he has struggled a bit more in Europe itself. There were three top sevens in the early months, the last in the Sicilian Open, then five starts in which he didn't breach the top 45. The last of those was when T51 on major debut in the Open. A week later he was T29 in the European Open and then T18 when he went back to the Pacific for the Fiji International.
Aug 14 - 1:08 PM

A 12th tournament start for David Drysdale in the Nordea Masters at Hills GC in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Despite so many trips, the Scot must be wondering why he bothers. He was T10 on debut in 2002, but since then had made the weekend just twice: T78 in 2006 and T27 in 2013. He's never broken 70 once in the first round and averages 72.73. In 27 rounds he has only broken 70 four times and three of them were on debut. Better news is that in a season in which he has only two top 25s, one of them was last time out, when T9 in the European Open. He's 121st and needs a solid conclusion to the season.
Aug 14 - 1:07 PM
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