Fantasy Golf: 5 Sleepers For 2014 HP Byron Nelson Championship

5 Fantasy Sleepers For Byron Nelson Championship

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The 2014 HP Byron Nelson is right around the corner, and while there aren't many big names heading to Dallas this week, there will be plenty of fantasy options to choose from. To help you pick your foursome, here are five of the best fantasy golf sleepers to look for during the Byron Nelson Championship this week.

5. Morgan Hoffman

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5. Morgan Hoffman

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In his TPC Four Seasons debut last year, Hoffman finished fifth. He shot four rounds under par and finished with an impressive six under. He is coming off a solid 17th place finish at the PLAYERS Championship and the 24-year-old will be worth a late-round sleeper this week.

4. Ryo Ishikawa

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4. Ryo Ishikawa

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Ishikawa is really heating up this spring, as he has cracked the top-25 in five of his last six tournament appearances. In a tournament without many big names, Ishikawa will be a strong mid-level sleeper to lock onto this week.

3. Marc Leishman

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3. Marc Leishman

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Leishman is another underrated fantasy option to look for this week. He finished third at the TPC Four Seasons in 2012 and followed it up with a 12th place finish in 2013. Leishman will be worth a top-15 pick this week in every fantasy format.

2. Scott Piercy

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2. Scott Piercy

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Piercy has made three straight cuts at the TPC Four Seasons, including a fifth place finish in 2013 and 15th place finish in 2012. He always shows up on this course and will have another couple stellar round this week in Dallas.

1. D.A. Points

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1. D.A. Points

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Points has always been a relevant fantasy option at the Byron Nelson. He finished 12th here in 2013, 19th in 2012, seventh in 2010, and third in 2009. He may not be worth grabbing in every tournament, but this is one week to rank the veteran high on your cheat sheet.


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