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Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2013 Tour Championship

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Fantasy Golf Rankings For Tour Championship

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Tournament: Tour Championship by Coca-Cola

Date: September 19-22, 2013

Location: East Lake Golf Club – Atlanta, Georgia

Past Winners: Brandt Snedeker (2012), Bill Haas (2011), Jim Furyk (2010), Phil Mickelson (2009), Camilo Villegas (2008), Tiger Woods (2007), Adam Scott (2006), Bart Bryant (2005), Retief Goosen (2004), Chad Campbell (2003), Vijay Singh (2002), Mike Weir (2001), Phil Mickelson (2000), Tiger Woods (1999)

2012 Results: 1. Brandt Snedeker (-10) 2. Justin Rose (-7) T3. Luke Donald (-6) T3. Ryan Moore (-6) T5. Webb Simpson (-6) T5. Bubba Watson (-6) 7. Jim Furyk (-3) T8. Hunter Mahan (-2) T8. Tiger Woods (-2) T10. Dustin Johnson (-1) T10. Matt Kuchar (-1) T10. Bo Van Pelt (-1) T10. Robert Garrigus (-1) T10. Rory McIlroy (-1) T15. Phil Mickelson (+1) T15. Sergio Garcia (+1) T15. Zach Joshnon (+1) T15. Scott Piercy (+1) 19. Adam Scott (+3) 20. Carl Pettersson (+4) T20. Jason Dufner (+4) 22. Steve Stricker (+6) T23. Keegan Bradley (+7) T23. Rickie Fowler (+7) T23. Louis Oosthuizen (+7) 26. John Senden (+8) 27. Ernie Els (+9) 28. Nick Watney (+13) 29. John Huh (+14) 30. Lee Westwood (+15)

Preview:

The Tour Championship features the top-30 golfers in the world and is honestly one of the best fantasy golf events of the year. To help you draft this year, here are the top-30 fantasy golfers for the 2013 Tour Championship.

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30. Kevin Streelman

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Kevin Streelman – Streelman is one of the less famous golfers, but he still has five top-10 finishes on the year.

World Golf Ranking - 19

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29. D.A. Points

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D.A Points – Points may be the bottom of the barrel at the Tour Champs, but he still has three top-10 finishes and a win at the Shell Houston Open earlier in the year.

World Golf Ranking - 28

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28. Gary Woodland

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Gary Woodland – Woodland has seen his world rank skyrocket after three top-18 finishes in his last five tourneys, but he will still be a long shot this week.

World Golf Ranking - 17

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27. Boo Weekley

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Boo Weekley – Weekley could be a darkhorse this week. The 35-year-old is currently fifth in Greens Hit in Regulation (69.8%) and fifth in Total Driving (62).

World Golf Ranking - 26

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26. Roberto Castro

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Roberto Castro – Castro won’t be a popular pick this week, but the fact that he has five top-25 finishes in his last six tournaments will make him worth a late sleeper pick.

World Golf Ranking - 24

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25. Brendon de Jonge

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Brendon de Jonge - BDJ has three straight top-19 finishes.

World Golf Ranking - 27

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24. Billy Horschel

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Billy Horschel – Horschel is one of the most underrated fantasy options on the tour. He is ranked seventh in birdies per round (4.01), 16th in putting per hole (1.743), 26th in Greens Hit in Regulation (26th), and 10th in Total Driving (52).

World Golf Ranking - 22

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23. Charl Schwartzel

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Charl Schwartzel – Schwartzel has finished inside the top-28 in eight of his last nine tourneys this year.

World Golf Ranking - 23

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22. Jordan Spieth

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Jordan Spieth – The 20-year-old sensation has eight top-10 finishes on the year, including a win at the John Deere Classic and second place finish at the Wyndham Championship.

World Golf Ranking - 13

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21. Hunter Mahan

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Hunter Mahan – Mahan has put together three straight top-25 finishes.

World Golf Ranking - 15

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20. Keegan Bradley

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Keegan Bradley – Bradley has been playing much better since his 61st place finish at the John Deere Classic. Since his worst performance of the season, Keegs has five top-19 finishes.

World Golf Ranking – 16

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19. Sergio Garcia

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Sergio Garcia – The Spaniard has has two top-18 finishes in a row.

World Golf Ranking – 25

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18. Jason Day

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Jason Day - Day has cracked the top-25 in four straight tournaments.

World Golf Ranking - 14

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17. Nick Watney

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Nick Watney – Watney finished ninth at the Barclays and second at the BMW Championship.

World Golf Ranking - 12

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16. Jason Dufner

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Jason Dufner - Since winning the PGA Championship, Dufner has finished outside the top-35 in two of his three PGA appearances. He does has two straight top-20 appearances here, so expect him to bounce back this week.

World Golf Ranking – 20

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15. Matt Kuchar

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Matt Kuchar – Kuchar has cracked the top-28 in 10 consecutive tournament appearances.

World Golf Ranking - 5

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14. Graham DaLaet

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Graham DaLaet – The Canadian has racked up seven top-10 finishes on the year and has really earned his seventh place ranking in recent weeks. It may be his first appearance here, but don’t expect him to slow down anytime soon.

World Golf Ranking - 7

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13. Bill Haas

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Bill Haas – Haas has cracked the top-25 in 11 of in his last 17 tournaments, including six top-10’s.

World Golf Ranking - 18

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12. Luke Donald

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Luke Donald – Donald tied for third in 2012 at East Lake, tied for third in 2011, and finished second in 2010.

World Golf Ranking - 29

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11. Jim Furyk

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Jim Furyk – Furyk has five top-nine finishes in the last six tournaments.

World Golf Ranking - 11

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10. Steve Stricker

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Steve Stricker - Stricker may be 46 years old, but he is playing some of the best rounds of his entire life. He has nine top-13 finishes in his 12 tournament appearances this season.

World Golf Ranking - 6

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9. Dustin Johnson

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Dustin Johnson – Johnson is fifth on the entire tour in Driving Distance (304 yards) and he should thrive on the open fairways in East Lake.

World Golf Ranking - 30

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8. Phil Mickelson

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Phil Mickelson – Lefty has three top-15 finishes at East Lake in his last four appearances, including winning it all in 2009.

World Golf Ranking - 8

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7. Webb Simpson

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Webb Simpson – Simpson has cracked the top-25 in five of his last six tournament appearances this season.

World Golf Ranking - 21

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6. Zach Johnson

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Zach Johnson – Johnson has cracked the top-eight in six of his last seven tournament appearances, so expect another strong showing from ZJ in the ATL.

World Golf Ranking - 4

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5. Brandt Snedeker

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Brandt Sendeker – Snedeker dominated at East Lake last year and ended up winning the Tour Championship by three strokes.

World Golf Ranking - 10

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4. Henrik Stenson

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Henrik Stenson – Stenson has been on fire this summer and the veteran has flown up the World Golf Rankings. He has finished inside the top-two in four of his last six tournaments and will be a top contender this week in Georgia.

World Golf Ranking – 2

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3. Justin Rose

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Justin Rose – Rose finished second here in 2012 and 15th in 2011.

World Golf Ranking - 9

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2. Tiger Woods

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Tiger Woods - Woods will be a heavy favorite this week in Atlanta. He is leading the tour in wins (5) and despite the attention for his poor putting, he is still seventh (1.735) on the tour with a putter.

World Golf Ranking - 1

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1. Adam Scott

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Adam Scott – Scott has finished inside the top-19 in two consecutive appearances at East Lake.

World Golf Ranking - 3