Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2013 Barclays

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Fantasy Golf Rankings For Barclays

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Tournament: The Barclays

Location: Liberty National Facility – Jersey City, NJ

Date: August 22-25, 2013

Past Winners: Nick Watney (2012), Dustin Johnson (2011), Matt Kuchar (2010), Heath Slocum (2009), Vijay Singh (2008), Steve Stricker (2007), Vijay Singh (2006), Padraig Harrington (2005), Sergio Garcia (2004), Jonathan Kaye (2003), Chris Smith (2002), Sergio Garcia (2001), Dennis Paulson (2000)

2012 Results: 1. Nick Watney (-10) 2. Brandt Snedeker (-7) T3. Dustin Johnson (-6) T3. Sergio Garcia (-6) T5. Graham Delaet (-5) T5. Lee Westwood (-5) T5. Brian Harman (-5) 9. Greg Chalemers (-4) T10. Bud Cauley (-3) T10. Luke Donald (-3) T10. David Hearn (-3) T10. Bubba Watson (-3) T10. Tom Gillis (-3) T10. William McGirt (-3) T10. Bob Estes (-3) T10. Kevin Stadler (-3) T19. Padraig Harrington (-2) T19. J.B. Holmes (-2) T19. Josh Teater (-2) T19. Geoff Ogilvy (-2) T19. John Senden (-2) T24. Jason Day (-1) T24. Bo Van Pelt (-1) T24. Scott Stallings (-1) T24. Rickie Fowler (-1) T24. Ricky Barnes (-1) T24. Carl Pettersson (-1) T24. Roberto Castro (-1) T24. T24. Rory McIlroy (-1) T24. Ryan Palmer (-1) T24. Harris English (-1) T24. Charl Schwatzel (-1) T24. Ryan Moore (-1)

To help you draft this week, here are the top 25 fantasy golfers for the 2013 Barclays.

Adam McGill is the Senior Fantasy Sports Writer at Rant Sports. Follow him on Twitter @adammcgill83, like him on Facebook, or add him to you networks on Google here or here.

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25. Robert Garrigus

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Robert Garrigus – After weeks of poor play, Garrigus has cracked the top-25 in two straight tournaments.

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24. Ernie Els

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Ernie Els – Els has four top-26 finishes in his last six tournaments.

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23. Bubba Watson

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Bubba Watson – Watson has not cracked the top-20 in the five tournaments since his meltdown at the Travelers. He may be a big name heading to New Jersey, but he is likely one to avoid this week.

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22. Graham DaLaet

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Graham DeLaet – DaLaet heads to Liberty National playing the best golf of his career. He has five top-10 finishes this season and the Canadian will be worth keeping an eye on this week.

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21. Rory McIlroy

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Rory McIlroy – McIlroy is finally showing signs of life for fantasy owners. He finished 27th at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and eighth at the PGA Championship.

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20. Matt Jones

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Matt Jones – Jones has cracked the top-seven in three of his last four appearances. He won’t be a big name, but he will be worth grabbing after the big names come off the board.

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19. Hunter Mahan

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Hunter Mahan – Mahan is 10th on the tour in Total Driving (72) and 28th in Driving Accuracy (65.6%). The courses in New Jersey are very open, so expect Hunter to have a strong showing this week.

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18. Rickie Fowler

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Rickie Fowler – Fowler has finished inside of the top-21 in five of his last six tournaments.

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17. Phil Mickelson

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Phil Mickelson – Mickelson has not cracked the top-20 at the Barclays in four years and will be a hit-or-miss fantasy option this week in New Jersey.

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16. Lee Westwood

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Lee Westwood – Westwood has six top-10 finishes on the year and will always be worth a mid-round pick.

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15. Keegan Bradley

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Keegan Bradley – Bradley enters the Barclays having finished inside the top-19 in three consecutive tournaments including a second place finish at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Bradley is also 2-for-2 here with cuts made.

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14. Dustin Johnson

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Dustin Johnson – Johnson finished second at the Canadian Open and eighth at the PGA Championship.

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13. Webb Simpson

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Webb Simpson – Simpson has three straight top-25 finishes.

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12. Bill Haas

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Bill Haas – Haas has five top-25’s in his last six tournaments, including three top-10’s.

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11. Jim Furyk

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Jim Furyk – The Ferocious Furyk has three straight top-nine finishes.

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10. Nick Watney

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Nick Watney – Watney won here last year by three strokes and that alone will make him a popular pick this week.

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9. Henrik Stenson

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Henrik Stenson – Stenson is the hottest golfer heading to the Barclays this week, as the Swede has three consecutive top-three finishes.

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8. Jason Dufner

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Jason Dufner – Dufner has finished inside the top-four in three of his last five tournaments, including a win at the PGA Championship.

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7. Justin Rose

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Justin Rose – Rose has finished inside of the top-19 in nine of his last 13 tournament appearances this season. He will be one of the safest picks in New Jersey.

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6. Jason Day

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Jason Day – Day has three top-15 finishes in his last four appearances at the Barclays.

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5. Sergio Garcia

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Sergio Garcia – Garcia tied for third at the Barclays last season and the Spaniard has won this tournament twice before (2001 and 2004).

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4. Adam Scott

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Adam Scott – Scott has eight top-19 finishes this season.

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3. Tiger Woods

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Tiger Woods – Woods is leading the entire tour with five wins this season. He may be in a drought as far as winning a major, but no one is better in the smaller tournaments.

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2. Brandt Snedeker

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Brandt Snedeker – Snedeker finished second at the Barclays in 2012, third in 2011, and 12th in 2009.

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1. Matt Kuchar

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Matt Kuchar – Kuchar finished second at the Barclays in 2011 and won it all in 2010.

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Fantasy Golf Rankings For Barclays

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The Star-Ledger-USA TODAY Sports

Tournament: The Barclays

Location: Liberty National Facility – Jersey City, NJ

Date: August 22-25, 2013

Past Winners: Nick Watney (2012), Dustin Johnson (2011), Matt Kuchar (2010), Heath Slocum (2009), Vijay Singh (2008), Steve Stricker (2007), Vijay Singh (2006), Padraig Harrington (2005), Sergio Garcia (2004), Jonathan Kaye (2003), Chris Smith (2002), Sergio Garcia (2001), Dennis Paulson (2000)

2012 Results: 1. Nick Watney (-10) 2. Brandt Snedeker (-7) T3. Dustin Johnson (-6) T3. Sergio Garcia (-6) T5. Graham Delaet (-5) T5. Lee Westwood (-5) T5. Brian Harman (-5) 9. Greg Chalemers (-4) T10. Bud Cauley (-3) T10. Luke Donald (-3) T10. David Hearn (-3) T10. Bubba Watson (-3) T10. Tom Gillis (-3) T10. William McGirt (-3) T10. Bob Estes (-3) T10. Kevin Stadler (-3) T19. Padraig Harrington (-2) T19. J.B. Holmes (-2) T19. Josh Teater (-2) T19. Geoff Ogilvy (-2) T19. John Senden (-2) T24. Jason Day (-1) T24. Bo Van Pelt (-1) T24. Scott Stallings (-1) T24. Rickie Fowler (-1) T24. Ricky Barnes (-1) T24. Carl Pettersson (-1) T24. Roberto Castro (-1) T24. T24. Rory McIlroy (-1) T24. Ryan Palmer (-1) T24. Harris English (-1) T24. Charl Schwatzel (-1) T24. Ryan Moore (-1)

To help you draft this week, here are the top 25 fantasy golfers for the 2013 Barclays.

Adam McGill is the Senior Fantasy Sports Writer at Rant Sports. Follow him on Twitter @adammcgill83, like him on Facebook, or add him to you networks on Google here or here.

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25. Robert Garrigus

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Robert Garrigus – After weeks of poor play, Garrigus has cracked the top-25 in two straight tournaments.

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24. Ernie Els

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Ernie Els – Els has four top-26 finishes in his last six tournaments.

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23. Bubba Watson

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Bubba Watson – Watson has not cracked the top-20 in the five tournaments since his meltdown at the Travelers. He may be a big name heading to New Jersey, but he is likely one to avoid this week.

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22. Graham DaLaet

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Graham DeLaet – DaLaet heads to Liberty National playing the best golf of his career. He has five top-10 finishes this season and the Canadian will be worth keeping an eye on this week.

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21. Rory McIlroy

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Rory McIlroy – McIlroy is finally showing signs of life for fantasy owners. He finished 27th at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and eighth at the PGA Championship.

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20. Matt Jones

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Matt Jones – Jones has cracked the top-seven in three of his last four appearances. He won’t be a big name, but he will be worth grabbing after the big names come off the board.

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19. Hunter Mahan

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Hunter Mahan – Mahan is 10th on the tour in Total Driving (72) and 28th in Driving Accuracy (65.6%). The courses in New Jersey are very open, so expect Hunter to have a strong showing this week.

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18. Rickie Fowler

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Rickie Fowler – Fowler has finished inside of the top-21 in five of his last six tournaments.

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17. Phil Mickelson

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Phil Mickelson – Mickelson has not cracked the top-20 at the Barclays in four years and will be a hit-or-miss fantasy option this week in New Jersey.

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16. Lee Westwood

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Lee Westwood – Westwood has six top-10 finishes on the year and will always be worth a mid-round pick.

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15. Keegan Bradley

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Keegan Bradley – Bradley enters the Barclays having finished inside the top-19 in three consecutive tournaments including a second place finish at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Bradley is also 2-for-2 here with cuts made.

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14. Dustin Johnson

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Dustin Johnson – Johnson finished second at the Canadian Open and eighth at the PGA Championship.

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13. Webb Simpson

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Webb Simpson – Simpson has three straight top-25 finishes.

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12. Bill Haas

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Bill Haas – Haas has five top-25’s in his last six tournaments, including three top-10’s.

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11. Jim Furyk

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Jim Furyk – The Ferocious Furyk has three straight top-nine finishes.

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10. Nick Watney

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Nick Watney – Watney won here last year by three strokes and that alone will make him a popular pick this week.

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9. Henrik Stenson

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Henrik Stenson – Stenson is the hottest golfer heading to the Barclays this week, as the Swede has three consecutive top-three finishes.

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8. Jason Dufner

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Jason Dufner – Dufner has finished inside the top-four in three of his last five tournaments, including a win at the PGA Championship.

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7. Justin Rose

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Justin Rose – Rose has finished inside of the top-19 in nine of his last 13 tournament appearances this season. He will be one of the safest picks in New Jersey.

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6. Jason Day

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Jason Day – Day has three top-15 finishes in his last four appearances at the Barclays.

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5. Sergio Garcia

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Sergio Garcia – Garcia tied for third at the Barclays last season and the Spaniard has won this tournament twice before (2001 and 2004).

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4. Adam Scott

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Adam Scott – Scott has eight top-19 finishes this season.

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3. Tiger Woods

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Tiger Woods – Woods is leading the entire tour with five wins this season. He may be in a drought as far as winning a major, but no one is better in the smaller tournaments.

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2. Brandt Snedeker

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Brandt Snedeker – Snedeker finished second at the Barclays in 2012, third in 2011, and 12th in 2009.

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1. Matt Kuchar

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Matt Kuchar – Kuchar finished second at the Barclays in 2011 and won it all in 2010.


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