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Fantasy Rankings For Wyndham Championship

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Tournament: Wyndham Championship

Date: August, 15-18, 2013

Location: Sedgefield CC – Greensboro, NC

Past Winners: Sergio Garcia (2012), Webb Simpson (2011), Arjun Atwal (2010), Ryan Moore (2009), Carl Pettersson (2008), Brandt Snedeker (2007), Davis Love III (2006), K.J. Choi (2005), Brent Geiberger (2004), Shigeki Maruyama (2003), Rocco Mediate (2002), Scott Hoch (2001), Hal Sutton (2000)

2012 Results: 1. Sergio Garcia (-18) 2. Tim Clark (-16) 3. Bud Cauley (-15) T4. Chad Campbell (-14) T4. Jimmy Walker (-14) T4. Carl Pettersson (-14) T7. Nicolas Colsaerts (-13) T7. Bill Haas (-13) T7. Jason Dufner (-13) T10. John Merrick (-12) T10. Troy Merrick (-12) T10. Davis Love III (-12) T10. Harris English (-12) T14. Brendon de Jonge (-11) T14. Scott Stallings (-11) T14. Charl Schwartzel (-11) T14. Richard Lee (-11) T14. Matt Every (-11) T19. John Huh (-10) T19. Robert Gates (-10) T19. Justin Leonard (-10)


The Wyndham Championship never draws the biggest field, simply because the PGA Championship is the week before, so don’t expect to see Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, or Justin Rose hitting balls at all this week.

However, the tournament down Greesnboro still has enough of a crowd to keep us fantasy golf fans interested. To help you draft this week, here are the top-20 fantasy golfers for the 2013 Wyndham Championship.

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20. Jordan Spieth

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Jordan Spieth – The 20-year-old has been somewhat erratic since his win at the John Deere Classic. However, he is clearly the new kid on campus and will be a good sleeper with the limited field this week.

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19. Chris Kirk

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Chris Kirk – Kirk has six top-25 finishes on the year and will be a very underrated sleeper to grab.

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18. Brendon de Jonge

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Brendon de Jonge – BDJ finished 14th here last year. He has been up and down this year, but his past success here will make him worth a shot.

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17. Jimmy Walker

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Jimmy Walker – Walker may have missed the cut in four of his last five tournaments, but he still has 10 top-26 finishes on the year.

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16. Scott Stallings

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Scott Stallings – Stallings finished tied for 14th here last year. He had four top-four finishes earlier in the year and the veteran has shown that he can get hot.

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15. Bud Cauley

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Bud Cauley – Cauley finished third here last year after shooting a 66-65-68-68 in his four rounds to finish 15 under.

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14. Padraig Harrington

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Padraig Harrington – Harrington has four top-10 finishes in his 16 appearances this season, including a win at the Reno-Tahoe Open.

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13. Roberto Castro

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Roberto Castro – Castro has racked up three top-12 finishes in his last five tournaments.

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12. Patrick Reed

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Patrick Reed – Reed finished seventh at the John Deere Classic and ninth at the Canadian Open. He enters the Wyndham playing his best golf of the year.

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11. David Toms

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David Toms – Toms has made the cut here in four of his five attempts, including a solo second place finish back in 2010.

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10. Nick Watney

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Nick Watney – Watney is 11th on the tour in Greens In Regulation (69.0%) and will shine on the open greens at Sedgefield.

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9. Hideki Matsuyama

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Hideki Matsuyama – The Japanese sensation has been on fire this season since joining the PGA tour. Matsuyama has finished inside the top-21 in his last five stateside tournaments, including the last three majors.

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8. Chez Reavie

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Chez Reavie – Reavie has made the cut at Sedgefield in all three of his appearances, including tying for 10th in 2009 and 11th in 2011.

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7. Tim Clark

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Tim Clark – Clark finished second here last year with an incredible score of 16 under. He is also first on the tour in Driving Accuracy (70.5%) and should hit plenty of fairways down in North Carolina.

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6. Carl Pettersson

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Carl Pettersson – Pettersson tied for fourth here last year, fourth in 2011, and won it all in 2008.

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5. Bill Haas

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Bill Haas – In his last 13 tournaments, Haas has nine top-25 finishes including six top-10’s.

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4. Sergio Garcia

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Sergio Garcia – Garcia is the defending champion at Sedgefield after shooting 18 under last year. The Spaniard also finished fourth (2009) in his only other appearance here, so expect Sergio to be near the top of the leaderboard all week.

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3. Brandt Snedeker

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Brandt Snedeker - Snedeker finished 8th here in 2010, fifth in 2009, and won it in 2007. Sneeds will be a very popular pick this week in Greensboro.

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2. Webb Simpson

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Webb Simpson – Simpson won at Sedgefield in 2011 with a score of 18 under. Additionally, over his last three appearances at the Wyndham Championship, Simpson has averaged an incredible 66.4 strokes per round.

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1. Zach Johnson

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Zach Johnson – Johnson has been the hottest golfer on the tour, as he has cracked the top-eight in his last four tournaments.