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Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2013 AT&T National

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Fantasy Golf Rankings For AT&T National

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Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Tournament: AT&T National

Date: June 27-30, 2013

Location: Congressional Country Club – Bethesda, MD

Course Par: 71

Past Winners: Tiger Woods (2012), Nick Watney (2011), Justin Rose (2010), Tiger Woods (2009), Anthony Kim (2008), K.J. Choi (2007)

2012 results: 1. Tiger Woods (-8) 2. Bo Van Pelt (-6) 3. Adam Scott (-5) T4. Robert Garrigus (-4) T4. Jhonattan Vegas (-4) T4. Billy Hurley III (-4) T4. Seung-yul Noh (-4) T8. Jason Day (-3) T8. Hunter Mahan (-3) 10. Nick Watney (-2) T11. Brian Harman (-1) T11. Martin Laird (-1) T11. John Mallinger (-1) T11. Brendon de Jonge (-1) T15. Chez Reavie (E) T15. Ryan Palmer (E) T17. Greg Chalmers (+1) T17. Daniel Summerhays (+1) T17. John Huh (+1) T17. Greg Owen (+1) T17. Sang-Moon Bae (+1) T22. Jeff Overton (+2) T22. Kyle Stanley (+2) T22. Rod Pampling (+1) T22. Stewart Cink (+2) T22. Ben Crane (+2) T22. Sean O'Hair (+2) T22. Charley Hoffman (+2)

Overview:

Everyone expected to see two-time AT&T champion, Tiger Woods, at Congressional this year, but an elbow injury will keep him from participating this weekend in Maryland. Even without the top-ranked golfer in the world attending the event, there are still several fantasy worthy golfers to take a shot on this week. To help you draft this week, here are the top-20 fantasy golfers for the 2013 AT&T National.

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20. John Huh

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John Huh – During his first trip to Congressional last year, the kid finished 17th. Huh has an outstanding short game, so expect him to show it this week in Maryland.

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19. Freddie Jacobson

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Freddie Jacobson - Jacobson has severely struggled since his streak of top-25’s came to an end. The veteran normally does well on shorter courses, so expect him to bounce back this week with a top-20 finish.

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18. Jhonattan Vegas

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Jhonattan Vegas – Vegas has only played in three events this season and has not a made a cut yet. However, the Venezuelan finished fourth here last year, so that alone will make him a popular pick this week.

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17. Graham DeLaet

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Graham DeLaet – The Canadian has five consecutive top-26 finishes heading to Congressional. He even finished third at the Travelers last week and is playing the best golf of his career.

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16. Kevin Chappell

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Kevin Chappell – Chappell quietly has three top-10 finishes this year. Look for him to once again turn some heads this week in Maryland, as he tends to shines on these tougher courses.

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15. Harris English

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Harris English – English has four top-10 finishes in 2013 and is in the middle of a breakout campaign. The 23-year-old could surprise this weekend, so don’t be afraid to take a shot on him after the big names come off the board.

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14. Ken Duke

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Ken Duke – After finishing 101st in the FedEx St. Jude Classic, Duke shockingly won the Travelers Championship last weekend with a score of 12 under.

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13. K.J. Choi

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K.J. Choi – Choi won the inaugural AT&T National in 2007 and the veteran will always be a threat to win at Congressional.

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12. Scott Stallings

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Scott Stallings – Before placing 54th at the U.S. Open, Stalling recorded three consecutive top-four finishes.

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11. Robert Garrigus

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Robert Garrigus – Garrigus has three top-25 finishes in his last four trips to Congressional, including a fourth place finish last year.

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10. Ryan Palmer

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Ryan Palmer – Palmer has finished inside the top-13 in three of his last five tournaments this year, but missed the cut at the U.S. Open earlier this month.

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9. Bill Haas

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Bill Haas – Haas has already racked up nine top-25 finishes this year.

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8. Billy Horschel

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Billy Horschel – In his 16 PGA appearances this year, Horschel has seven top-10 finishes.

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7. Rickie Fowler

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Rickie Fowler – Fowler heads to Bethesda with two consecutive top-13 finishes.

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6. Bo Van Pelt

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Bo Van Pelt – BVP finished second at Congressional last year, 11th in 2011, 11th in 2010, and 12th in 2008. He has also made the cut all six years the tournament has been around.

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5. Nick Watney

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Nick Watney – Watney loves playing at Congressional. He has finished inside the top-10 three straight years, including a first place finish in 2011.

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4. Adam Scott

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Adam Scott – Scott finished third at Congressional in 2012 and enters this year on fire. Since winning the Masters, Scott has made each cut and has racked up two top-19 finishes.

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3. Brandt Snedeker

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Brandt Snedeker – Snedeker has six top-10 finishes on the year. He is also 16th on the tour in driving accuracy (67.3%) and 13th in putting (1.735), so expect some big things from Sneeds this weekend.

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2. Hunter Mahan

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Hunter Mahan – Mahan has finished inside the top-26 in five straight tournaments this season. Mahan has also made the cut in five straight appearances at Bethesda, including four top-12 finishes.

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1. Jason Day

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Jason Day - Day finished eighth here in 2012 and ninth in 2010. He enters the tournament playing extremely well, so consider him the number one fantasy option at Congressional this week.