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Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship

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Fantasy Rankings For Deutsche Bank Championship

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Tournament: Deutsche Bank Championship

Date: August 30 – September 2, 2013

Location: TPC Of Boston – Norton, MA

Past Winners: Rory McIlroy (2012), Webb Simpson (2011), Charley Hoffman (2010), Steve Stricker (2009), Vijay Singh (2008), Phil Mickelson (2007), Tiger Woods (2006), Olin Browne (2005), Vijay Singh (2004), Adam Scott (2003)

2012 Results: 1. Rory McIlroy (-20) 2. Louis Oosthuizen (-19) 3. Tiger Woods (-18) T4. Phil Mickelson (-14) T4. Dustin Johnson (-14) 6. Brandt Snedeker (-13) T7. Adam Scott (-12) T7. Jeff Overton (-12) 9. Bryce Molder (-11) T10. Kevin Stadler (-10) T10. Ryan Moore (-10) 12. John Senden (-9) T13. Seung-yul Noh (-8) T13. Lee Westwood (-8) T13. Keegan Bradley (-13) T13. Steve Stricker (-13) T13. Jim Furyk (-13) T18. Webb Simpson (-7) T18. Jason Dufner (-7) T20. Jonas Blixt (-6) T20. Dicky Pride (-6) T20. Troy Matteson (-6) T20. John Merrick (-6) T20. Nick Watney (-6) T20. D.A. Points (-6) T26. Bo Van Pelt (-5) T26. Pat Perez (-5) T26. William McGirt (-5) T26. Vijay Singh (-5) T26. Ernie Els (-5) T26. Tom Gillis (-5) T26. Luke Donald (-5) T26. David Hearn (-5) T26. Charley Hoffman (-5)

To help you draft this week, here are the top 20 fantasy golfers for the 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship.

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20. Henrik Stenson

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Henrik Stenson – Stenson cooled off a little last week by finishing 43rd at The Barclays, but he still had three straight top-three finishes before that. Don’t completely lose faith in him after one shaky performance.

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19. Sergio Garcia

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Sergio Garcia – Garcia finished fifth here in 2008 and 17th in 2007. However, he finished 31st (2011) and 26th (2009) in his two most recent appearances at TPC Boston.

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18. Rory McIlroy

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Rory McIlroy – McIlroy is the defending champ at TPC Boston, but many will argue that last year’s Rory was a completely different golfer. McIlory has put together two straight top-19 finishes, though, so things may finally be turning around for the 24-year-old superstar.

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17. Lee Westwood

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Lee Westwood – Westwood placed 13th at Norton in 2012.

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16. Matt Kuchar

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Matt Kuchar – Kuchar had a 54-hole lead at The Barclays, but fell apart after a 78 in the final round. To make matters worse, Kuchar has not cracked the top-10 in nine appearances in Norton.

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15. Rickie Fowler

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Rickie Fowler – Fowler’s best appearance at TPC Boston was a 41st place finish back in 2010. He heads to Norton red-hot, though, as he has finished inside the top-21 in five of his last six tourneys.

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14. Bill Haas

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Bill Haas – Haas has four straight top-25 finishes.

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13. Jordan Spieth

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Jordan Spieth – The 20-year-old sensation continues to play well, as he finished 19th at The Barclays and second at the Wyndham Championship.

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12. Hunter Mahan

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Hunter Mahan – Mahan finished eighth here in 2011 when he shot a 10 under. He has two top-15 finishes in his last five appearances at TPC Boston.

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11. Luke Donald

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Luke Donald – Donald placed third here in 2011 and second in 2010.

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10. Justin Rose

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Justin Rose – Rose has eight top-15 finishes on the year and will always be a threat to win. He may fall a little this week, bet never bet against JR.

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9. Jim Furyk

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Jim Furyk – Furyk has cracked the top-nine in four consecutive tournament appearances and the veteran should come off the board early this week.

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8. Dustin Johnson

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Dustin Johnson – Johnson finished fourth here last year and fourth in 2009.

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7. Jason Day

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Jason Day – Day finished third here in 2011, second back in 2010, and 19th in 2009.

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6. Brandt Snedeker

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Brandt Snedeker – Sneeds has shockingly missed the cut in two straight tournaments appearances (Barclays and Wyndham), but he still has eight top-10 finishes on the year. Snedeker has also cracked the top-six here in three straight trips.

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5. Phil Mickelson

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Phil Mickelson – Mickelson has always played exceptionally well at Norton. Lefty won the tourney in 2007, tied for tenth in 2011, and tied for fourth in 2012.

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4. Steve Stricker

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Steve Stricker - Stricker has quietly racked up four top-13 finishes in his last four tournament appearances. He also has six top-15 finishes at TPC Boston, including a win back in 2009.

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3. Webb Simpson

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Webb Simpson – Simpson won the DBC back in 2011 and has averaged 67.75 strokes per round over his last two appearances.

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2. Tiger Woods

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Tiger Woods – Woods has four top-three finishes at TPC Boston and is second in all-time earnings.

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1. Adam Scott

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Adam Scott – Scott is coming off another impressive win at The Barclays last week. He is the defending champ of the Deutsche Bank Championship and has four total top-four finishes here over the years.