Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2014 Puerto Rico Open

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Top 10 Fantasy Golfers

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Tournament: Puerto Rico Open

Date: March 6-9, 2014

Location: Trump International Golf Club – Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

Past Winners: Scott Brown (2013), George McNeill (2012), Michael Bradley (2011), Derek Lamely (2010), Michael Bradley (2009), Greg Kraft (2008)

2013 Results: 1. Scott Brown (-20) T2. Jordan Spieth (-19) T2. Fabian Gomez (-19) T4. Justin Bolli (-18) T4. Brian Stuard (-18) T6. Andres Romero (-17) T6. Peter Uihlein (-17) T8. David Hearn (-16) T8. D.J. Trahan (-16) T8. Boo Weekley (-16) T11. Dicky Pride (-15) T11. Robert Streb (-15) T11. Brendon de Jonge (-15) T14. Cameron Percy (-14) T14. Vaughn Taylor (-14) T14. Matt Jones (-14) T14. Morgan Hoffman (-14) T18. Brian Harman (-13) T18. Chris Stroud (-13) T18. Luke Guthrie (-13) T18. Nick O’Hern (-13) T18. Camilo Villegas (-13) T18. Graham DeLaet T24. Erik Compton (-12) T24. Matt Bettencourt (-12) T24. Roberto Castro (-12) T24. Jon Curran (-12) T24. Blayne Barber (-12) T24. Steve LeBrun (-12) T30. Patrick Reed (-11) T30. Y.E. Yang (-11) T30. Robert Karlsson (-11) T30. Bryce Molder (-11) T30. Rory Sabbatini (-11) T30. Aaron Watkins (-11) T30. Angel Cabrera (-11) T30. Patrick Cantlay (-11)

All the big names may be in the states at the WGC Cadillac Championship, but us fantasy golf junkies always love a challenge. For those of you willing to follow the Puerto Rico Open this week, here are the top-10 fantasy golfers.

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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10. Robert Streb

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Robert Streb – Streb has made the cut in all four of his tournament appearances this year. He finished 11th here in 2013 in his PRO debut and will be worth a shot after the more popular golfers come off the board.

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9. Johnson Wagner

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Johnson Wagner – Wagner’s last trip to the island was a 42nd place finish back in 2010, but he is one of the most polished veterans making the trip this week.

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8. Morgan Hoffman

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Morgan Hoffman – Hoffman finished 16th at the Farmers this year and 15th at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The Hoff will be a great sleeper to roll with in Rio Grande.

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7. Brian Stuard

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Brian Stuard - Stuard shot an 18 under last year, including three rounds under 68.

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6. Dicky Pride

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Dicky Pride - The 44-year-old knows this course very well, as he tied for eighth last year and 20th in 2012.

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5. Jhonattan Vegas

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Jhonattan Vegas – Vegas is one of the heavy-hitters making the trip to PR. He is ranked 13th on the tour in Driving Distance (301.5 yards) and should abuse the open fairways of Trump International this week.

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4. Ryo Ishikawa

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Ryo Ishikawa – Ishikawa has top-10 finishes on the year He is 12th on the tour in Greens Hit in Regulation and will be able to show off his short game on the beautiful island greens.

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3. Michael Bradley

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Michael Bradley – Bradley has two career wins (2009 & 2011) in Puerto Rico and finished 15th in 2010. He will be a very safe pick this week given his past success at Trump international.

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2. Michael Thompson

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Michael Thompson – Thompson has three top-19 appearances in his last five tournaments. He may be a risky pick in tournaments with the big guns, but he should shine this week with the limited field.

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1. Scott Brown

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Scott Brown - Brown will naturally be a popular pick this week as he won the PRO in 2013 with an impressive -20. However, he also has two top-four finishes on the year and is having a career season.

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Top 10 Fantasy Golfers

JhonattanVegasCover
Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Tournament: Puerto Rico Open

Date: March 6-9, 2014

Location: Trump International Golf Club – Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

Past Winners: Scott Brown (2013), George McNeill (2012), Michael Bradley (2011), Derek Lamely (2010), Michael Bradley (2009), Greg Kraft (2008)

2013 Results: 1. Scott Brown (-20) T2. Jordan Spieth (-19) T2. Fabian Gomez (-19) T4. Justin Bolli (-18) T4. Brian Stuard (-18) T6. Andres Romero (-17) T6. Peter Uihlein (-17) T8. David Hearn (-16) T8. D.J. Trahan (-16) T8. Boo Weekley (-16) T11. Dicky Pride (-15) T11. Robert Streb (-15) T11. Brendon de Jonge (-15) T14. Cameron Percy (-14) T14. Vaughn Taylor (-14) T14. Matt Jones (-14) T14. Morgan Hoffman (-14) T18. Brian Harman (-13) T18. Chris Stroud (-13) T18. Luke Guthrie (-13) T18. Nick O’Hern (-13) T18. Camilo Villegas (-13) T18. Graham DeLaet T24. Erik Compton (-12) T24. Matt Bettencourt (-12) T24. Roberto Castro (-12) T24. Jon Curran (-12) T24. Blayne Barber (-12) T24. Steve LeBrun (-12) T30. Patrick Reed (-11) T30. Y.E. Yang (-11) T30. Robert Karlsson (-11) T30. Bryce Molder (-11) T30. Rory Sabbatini (-11) T30. Aaron Watkins (-11) T30. Angel Cabrera (-11) T30. Patrick Cantlay (-11)

All the big names may be in the states at the WGC Cadillac Championship, but us fantasy golf junkies always love a challenge. For those of you willing to follow the Puerto Rico Open this week, here are the top-10 fantasy golfers.

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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10. Robert Streb

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Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports

Robert Streb – Streb has made the cut in all four of his tournament appearances this year. He finished 11th here in 2013 in his PRO debut and will be worth a shot after the more popular golfers come off the board.

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9. Johnson Wagner

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Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Johnson Wagner – Wagner’s last trip to the island was a 42nd place finish back in 2010, but he is one of the most polished veterans making the trip this week.

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8. Morgan Hoffman

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Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Morgan Hoffman – Hoffman finished 16th at the Farmers this year and 15th at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The Hoff will be a great sleeper to roll with in Rio Grande.

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7. Brian Stuard

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Eileen Blass-USA TODAY

Brian Stuard - Stuard shot an 18 under last year, including three rounds under 68.

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6. Dicky Pride

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David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Dicky Pride - The 44-year-old knows this course very well, as he tied for eighth last year and 20th in 2012.

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5. Jhonattan Vegas

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Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Jhonattan Vegas – Vegas is one of the heavy-hitters making the trip to PR. He is ranked 13th on the tour in Driving Distance (301.5 yards) and should abuse the open fairways of Trump International this week.

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4. Ryo Ishikawa

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Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Ryo Ishikawa – Ishikawa has top-10 finishes on the year He is 12th on the tour in Greens Hit in Regulation and will be able to show off his short game on the beautiful island greens.

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3. Michael Bradley

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Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Michael Bradley – Bradley has two career wins (2009 & 2011) in Puerto Rico and finished 15th in 2010. He will be a very safe pick this week given his past success at Trump international.

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2. Michael Thompson

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Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Michael Thompson – Thompson has three top-19 appearances in his last five tournaments. He may be a risky pick in tournaments with the big guns, but he should shine this week with the limited field.

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1. Scott Brown

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Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Scott Brown - Brown will naturally be a popular pick this week as he won the PRO in 2013 with an impressive -20. However, he also has two top-four finishes on the year and is having a career season.


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