Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2014 Crowne Plaza Invitational

Top 20 Fantasy Golfers For 2014 Crowne Plaza Invitational

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The Crowne Plaza Invitational will have some of the biggest names on the tour heading down to Texas. To help you pick your fantasy foursome, here are the top-20 fantasy golfers for the 2014 Crowne Plaza Invitational.

20. Matt Every

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20. Matt Every

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Every shocked the world last year by finishing fourth at Colonial. He won't be worth reaching for this week, but he could turn out to be a serviceable late-round sleeper.

19. Louis Oosthuizen

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19. Louis Oosthuizen

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Oosthuizen has two top-25 finishes in his last three tournaments. The veteran will be worth grabbing as a mid-level second golfer.

18. Chris Stroud

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18. Chris Stroud

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Stroud has two consecutive top-13 finishes at Colonial. He won’t be on many cheat sheets, but Stroud has proven that he can compete on this course.

17. HunterMahan

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17. Hunter Mahan

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Mahan has made the cut in three straight trips to Colonial, including two top-26 finishes.

16. Jimmy Walker

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16. Jimmy Walker

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Walker has 13 top-25 finishes on the year, including three wins earlier in the year. He may have hit a bit of a slump, but he as earned a spot within the top-20 in each tournament.

15. Dustin Johnson

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15. Dustin Johnson

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Johnson is having a magical season (two wins), but he hasn't played here since posting a T74 back in 2008. Look for DJ to struggle early on this week.

14. Boo Weekley

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14. Boo Weekley

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Weekley shockingly won this tournament last year. He also placed ninth in 2010 and will be a former champ with looking for.

13. Rickie Fowler

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13. Rickie Fowler

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Fowler is not getting much attention this week. However, he tied for fifth in 2012 and finished 16th in 2011, so don't discount the kid this week.

12. John Huh

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12. John Huh

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Huh tied for 11th here in 2013 and tied for fifth in 2012. He will be one of the best sleepers to look for this week at Colonial.

11. Kevin Na

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11. Kevin Na

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Na has eight top-20 finishes on the year. He is 17th on the tour in putting (1.738) and 20th in birdies (3.96). Na should be able to sink several long putts on the readable green down in Texas.

10. John Senden

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10. John Senden

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Senden has two career top-10 finishes at Colonial, including a T8 in 2011.

9. Graham DeLaet

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9. Graham DeLaet

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DeLaet is over his brief slump and is currently leading the Tour in Greens Hit In Regulation. His only appearance at Colonial was a T22 in 2013, but fantasy fans can expect him to do much better this time around.

8. Charley Hoffman

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8. Charley Hoffman

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Hoffman is 5-for-5 in cuts made at Colonial, including two consecutive top-20 finishes.

7. Harris English

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7. Harris English

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English has six top-10 finishes on the year and the 24-year-old is third on the tour in Greens Hit In Regulation (71.0%). He tied for fifth here back in 2012 in his debut and should have another strong showing this week.

6. Jason Dufner

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6. Jason Dufner

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Dufner finished second here back in 2012. The safe-shot veteran will always have a chance to win these southern tournaments, as Dufner's game translates perfectly to the crisp greens at Fort Worth.

5. Jordan Spieth

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5. Jordan Spieth

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Spieth tied for seventh in his Colonial debut last year and the Texas native is in the middle of a breakout campaign. He will be a popular pick again this week.

4. Adam Scott

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4. Adam Scott

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Scott was just named the number one golfer in the world this week. He has made the cut in 33 consecutive tournaments and will be one of the safest picks this week at Memorial.

3. Jim Furyk

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3. Jim Furyk

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Furyk is another veteran that has owned this course in the past. He has seven career top-10 finishes here and will be worth reaching for this week.

2. Matt Kuchar

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2. Matt Kuchar

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Kuchar has made the cut at Colonial in seven straight years. Over that stretch, he has finished second back in 2013, 16th in 2011, and ninth in 2008.

1. Zach Johnson

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1. Zach Johnson

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Johnson is the two-time winner at Colonial. He has five straight top-10 finishes here and will be the firs golfer off the board in most formats.


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