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Fantasy Golf: 5 Golfers To Avoid At 2014 Quicken Loans National

5 Golfers To Avoid At 2014 Quicken Loans National

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To help you pick your fantasy foursome this week, here are five golfers to avoid during the 2014 Quicken Loans National.

5. Matt Every

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5. Matt Every

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Every has been very productive this season, as he six top-10 finishes and won the Arnold Palmer Invitational. In his last six tournaments, though, Every has missed the cut four times and withdrawn from the Zurich Classic. The Daytona Beach native is in the middle of a serious cold-streak.

4. Angel Cabrera

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4. Angel Cabrera

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Since Cabrera racked up a T11 last week at the Travelers Championship, he will be a popular fantasy option this week. Unfortunately, Cabrera has been extremely erratic this year. He has missed the cut nine time already this year and the veteran doesn’t have a single top-10 finish to his name.

3. Bo Van Pelt

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3. Bo Van Pelt

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After two consecutive top-20 finishes, Van Pelt has failed to crack the top-60 in back-to-back tournaments. BVP even shot a nasty +18 at the U.S. Open. He may know every course on the tour, but he is not on top of his game right now.

2. K.J. Choi

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2. K.J. Choi

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Choi placed second at the AT&T National back in 2010, but he has seriously struggled since the tournament was been moved to Congressional. Choi missed the cut here in 2012 and missed it again in 2012. The veteran simply is too streaky nowadays and it would be better to let someone else deal with the headache.

1. Tiger Woods

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1. Tiger Woods

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Woods is finally making his return to the golf course. Tiger has been rehabbing hard for three months following back surgery and the veteran is drawing a good deal of attention in Maryland. Unfortunately, Woods will likely be very rusty this week. It would be better to go with a more reliable option in Bethesda and wait another couple weeks to go all in with Tiger.