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Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2014 Quicken Loans National

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Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2014 Quicken Loans National

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Tiger Woods will finally be returning to the golf course this week, and as a result, he will be a very popular fantasy option in Bethesda. To help you pick your fantasy foursome this week, here are the top-20 fantasy golfers for the 2014 Quicken Loans National.

20. Freddie Jacobson

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20. Freddie Jacobson

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Jacobson has eight top-25 finishes on the year and will be worth a late-round flyer with the smaller field this week.

19. Morgan Hoffman

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19. Morgan Hoffman

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Hoffman posted a T8 at Congressional last year. He is in the middle of a strong season (five top-25s) and will look to build off his previous success in Bethesda.

18. Gary Woodland

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18. Gary Woodland

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Before his string finishes outside the top-50, Woodland cracked the top-26 in seven straight tournaments. Don’t let him fall too far this week, because he will once again be worth grabbing as a sleeper.

17. Erik Compton

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17. Erik Compton

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Compton has quietly racked up four top-15 finishes in his last nine tournaments alone.

16. Ryan Palmer

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16. Ryan Palmer

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Palmer may be a somewhat hit-or-miss fantasy option, but he still has five top-10 finishes on the year. He will be worth a look as a second golfer this week.

15. Brendan Steele

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15. Brendan Steele

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Steele posted a T16 last year at Congressional and the California native is coming off a season-best T5 at the Travelers.

14. Hunter Mahan

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14. Hunter Mahan

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Mahan may have missed the cut at Congressional last year, but he finished eighth in this event the year before that. The veteran may surprise people this week in Bethesda.

13. Jason Dufner

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13. Jason Dufner

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Dufner hasn’t competed at Congressional since missing the cut at the 2011 U.S. Open. However, he does has seven top-20 finishes in 14 appearances this year. The Duff-man will be a pretty safe bet to crack the top-15 this week in Maryland.

12. Carl Pettersson

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12. Carl Pettersson

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Pettersson has two top-seven finishes in the last two tournaments and will certainly be worth grabbing inside the top-15 this week.

11. Tiger Woods

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11. Tiger Woods

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Woods has dominated Congressional throughout his career, but he will be somewhat risky since this is his first tournament in over three months. Don't rank Woods in the top-10 fantasy golfers just yet.

10. Bill Haas

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10. Bill Haas

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Haas is the defending champion of the AT&T National at Congressional and he enters the week playing very well. Haas has made every cut this season and has racked up four top-10 finishes as well.

9. Marc Leishman

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9. Marc Leishman

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Leishman has four top-25 finishes in his last five tournaments, including a third place finish at the HP Byron Nelson Championship.

8. Keegan Bradley

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8. Keegan Bradley

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Bradley posted a T4 at the U.S. Open earlier this month and Keegs appears to finally be breaking through his slump. He is quietly 13th in Total Driving, 17th in Driving Distance, and 25th on the tour in putting (1.749).

7. Brendon Todd

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7. Brendon Todd

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Todd has played flawlessly this spring. He has cracked the top-17 in four straight tournaments, including a win at the HP Byron Nelson Championship last month.

6. Billy Horschel

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6. Billy Horschel

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Horschel is on a torrid pace right now, as he has cracked the top-26 in four straight tournaments.

5. Brandt Snedeker

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5. Brandt Snedeker

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Snedeker has racked up four top-11 finishes at Congressional throughout his career. He also has back-to-back top-11 finishes heading to Maryland and it appears Sneeds is finally back on top of his game.

4. Webb Simpson

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4. Webb Simpson

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Simpson’s last appearance at Congressional was a T14 at the U.S. Open back in 2011. He has six top-10 finishes on the year and knows how to compete on any course in the world.

3. Justin Rose

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3. Justin Rose

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Rose won this tournament back in 2010, but that was on a different course. Luckily, he has racked up five top-15 finishes in his last seven tournaments worldwide.

2. Jordan Spieth

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2. Jordan Spieth

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Spieth has been red-hot this spring, as the youngster has racked up six top-20 finishes in his last seven appearances.

1. Jason Day

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1. Jason Day

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Day recorded a T4 at the U.S. Open and a T18 at the Travelers. He is over his thumb injury and will be a top-10 fantasy option from here on out.