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Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2014 Greenbrier Classic

Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2014 Greenbrier Classic

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To help you draft your fantasy foursome this week, here are the top-20 fantasy golfers for the 2014 Greenbrier Classic.

20. Gary Woodland

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20. Gary Woodland

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The only cut that Woodland has missed this season came back in October. He has nine top-20 finishes and the veteran seems to show up week after week.

19. Jonas Blixt

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19. Jonas Blixt

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Blixt is the defending champ of the Greenbrier Classic, but he heads down to West Virginia having missed the cut in five of his last seven tournaments.

18. Scott Langley

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18. Scott Langley

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Langley has made the cut in six of his last seven tournament, capped off by a T11 at the Travelers Championship.

17. Chris Stroud

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17. Chris Stroud

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Stroud has two top-20 finishes in his last three tournaments and has averaged an impressive 70.1 strokes per round this season.

16. Nick Watney

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16. Nick Watney

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After a long slump, Watney finished 11th at the Travelers Championship and 30th at the Quicken Loans National. He will be worth a look as a second golfer this week.

15. Brendon de Jonge

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15. Brendon de Jonge

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BDJ has crack the top-30 in five of his last six tournaments, including an eighth place finish at the Quicken Loans National.

14. Keegan Bradley

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14. Keegan Bradley

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Bradley was 14 under through three rounds here in 2012 before settling for a T46 after shooting 74 in the final round. He may be struggling right now, but he is more than capable of having a couple solid rounds on this course.

13. Ben Martin

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13. Ben Martin

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Martin’s third place finish at the Quicken Loans National was his third top-five finish of the year.

12. Chris Kirk

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12. Chris Kirk

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Kirk has made the cut in all 19 tournament appearances this year and has seven straight top-30 finishes.

11. Daniel Summerhays

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11. Daniel Summerhays

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Summerhays has been quietly successful here in the past, as he placed fifth here in 2012 and T9 in 2013.

10. Steve Stricker

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10. Steve Stricker

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Stricker may have only participated in seven stroke play events this year, but he has made every cut. He has also racked up four top-25 finishes in his last five tournaments.

9. Patrick Reed

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9. Patrick Reed

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Reed has broke through his recent slump with a T11 at the Travelers Championship. He may not be a top pick every week, but he will be worth a top-10 pick this week with the limited field.

8. Bill Haas

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8. Bill Haas

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Haas has made the cut at The Old White TPC in all three of his appearances throughout his career, including a T2 in 2011 and a T9 last year.

7. Brendan Steele

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7. Brendan Steele

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Steele is heading down to West Virginia after back-to-back fifth place finishes. He has earned a spot in the top-10 this week.

6. Marc Leishman

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6. Marc Leishman

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Leisham continues to play out of his mind this spring. He has made the cut in six straight tournaments with three top-11 finishes over that stretch.

5. Kevin Na

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5. Kevin Na

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Na has 10 top-20 finishes on the year, including two straight top-12 finishes.

4. Bubba Watson

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4. Bubba Watson

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Since winning the Masters, Watson has only one top-30 finish. He will be worth a top pick with the limited field, but he just won’t be worth the number one pick.

3. Brendon Todd

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3. Brendon Todd

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Todd has been turning some heads this spring. He has five straight top-17 finishes, including four top-10’s.

2. Jimmy Walker

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2. Jimmy Walker

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Walker is back on top of his game, as he has four top-11 finishes in his last six tournaments alone.

1. Webb Simpson

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1. Webb Simpson

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Simpson had the 54-hole lead here last year and he will be one of the best heavy-hitters to roll with this year. Webb is my pick to win it all this week in West Virginia.