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Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2014 HP Byron Nelson Championship

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Top 20 Fantasy Golfers

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There may not be a ton of big names heading to Dallas this week, but there will be enough to have a competitive tournament. To help you draft this week, here are the top-20 fantasy golfers for the 2014 HP Byron Nelson Championship.

20. Brandt Snedeker

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20. Brandt Snedeker

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Snedeker has just one top-10 finish on the year and he hasn’t finished inside the top-30 in three straight tournaments. The veteran is barely worth the gamble this week in Dallas.

19. Freddie Jacobson

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19. Freddie Jacobson

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Jacobson has seven top-20 finishes on the year. He finishes 17th here in 2013 and the Swede will have another top-20 finish at the TPC Four Seasons.

18. Sang-Moon Bae

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18. Sang-Moon Bae

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Bae is the defending champion at the TPC Four Seasons, and as a former champ, he will naturally be a popular late-round sleeper. However, don't get carried away and reach for the 27-year-old.

17. Harris English

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17. Harris English

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English continues to have a breakout fantasy season. He has already racked up nine top-16 finishes and the youngster is shockingly sixth on the tour in Greens Hit In Regulation. However, his only appearance here was a 17th place finish in 2013, so he will go through some growing pains this week.

16. Graham DeLaet

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16. Graham DeLaet

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DeLaet started the year on fire by recording five top-10 finishes in his first six tournaments. He has struggled since, though, as he has just one top-10 finishes over his last eight appearances. The Canadian is still worth a top-20 pick due to his early-season performance, but his cold-streak makes him a risky fantasy option this week.

15. Morgan Hoffman

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15. Morgan Hoffman

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Hoffman finished fifth at TPC Four Seasons debut in 2013. He shot under par in all four rounds and will be a strong sleeper candidate this week with the smaller field.

14. Ryo Ishikawa

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14. Ryo Ishikawa

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Ishikawa has cracked the top-25 in five of his last six tournaments. He will easily be worth a spot inside of the top-15 golfers this week.

13. Gary Woodland

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13. Gary Woodland

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Woody is coming off a T11 at the PLAYERS and he has now made 12 straight cuts. He has made the cut here in four straight years and will be a safe bet this week.

12. D.A. Points

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12. D.A. Points

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Points finished 12th at the HP Byron Nelson in 2013, 19th in 2012, seventh in 2010, and third in 2009. He will be the ultimate sleeper pick this week.

11. Scott Piercy

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11. Scott Piercy

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Piercy has made the cut at TPC Four Seasons in three consecutive attempts, including a fifth place finish in 2013 and 15th place finish in 2012.

10. Ryan Palmer

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10. Ryan Palmer

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Palmer lost a playoff here in 2011 and followed it up with a ninth place finish in 2012. He will be able to once again show off his amazing short game in Dallas this week.

9. Marc Leishman

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9. Marc Leishman

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Leishman finished 12th here in 2013 and third in 2012. He won’t get much attention this week, but he will certainly be worth a grabbing as a second golfer this week.

8. Jimmy Walker

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8. Jimmy Walker

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Walker has cracked the top-eight in two of the last three tournaments. He seems to be over his slow start and ready to start racking up top-10 finishes again.

7. Martin Kaymer

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7. Martin Kaymer

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Kaymer shockingly won the PLAYERS Championship last week with a score of 13 strokes under. The German has quietly cracked the top-23 in three straight tournaments.

6. Charl Schwartzel

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6. Charl Schwartzel

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Schwartzel quietly has five top-20 finishes in eight appearances this season. He had a solo third place finish here last season in his Byron Nelson debut and showed he can dominate the dry Dallas course.

5. Matt Kuchar

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5. Matt Kuchar

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Kuchar has nine top-10 finishes on the year. He has five straight top-17 finishes and the K-Man is one of the hottest golfers on the tour.

4. Jason Dufner

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4. Jason Dufner

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Dufner won this tournament back in 2012 and placed eighth in 2011. He will be a reliable veteran to grab this week inside of the top-five golfers.

3. Dustin Johnson

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3. Dustin Johnson

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Johnson has three top-20 finishes at the TPC Four Seasons. He is near the top of every offensive category and will always be worth a gamble within the top-five golfers.

2. Keegan Bradley

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2. Keegan Bradley

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Bradley finished second here last year and shockingly won it all during his 2011 PGA debut. Keegs loves this course and the veteran has proven that he is a top-tier option to grab each year at the Four Seasons.

1. Jordan Spieth

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1. Jordan Spieth

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Spieth has cracked the top-12 in four of his last five tournaments, including a second place finish at the Masters. The TPC Four Seasons is a home course for Spieth, so fantasy fans shouldn't hesitate to make the 20-year-old the first name off the board this week.