By Adam McGill @adammcgill83twitter.com on July 1, 2014
To help you draft your fantasy foursome this week, here are the top-20 fantasy golfers for the 2014 Greenbrier Classic.
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.
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.
Langley has made the cut in six of his last seven tournament, capped off by a T11 at the Travelers Championship.
Stroud has two top-20 finishes in his last three tournaments and has averaged an impressive 70.1 strokes per round this season.
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.
BDJ has crack the top-30 in five of his last six tournaments, including an eighth place finish at the Quicken Loans National.
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.
Martin’s third place finish at the Quicken Loans National was his third top-five finish of the year.
Kirk has made the cut in all 19 tournament appearances this year and has seven straight top-30 finishes.
Summerhays has been quietly successful here in the past, as he placed fifth here in 2012 and T9 in 2013.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Na has 10 top-20 finishes on the year, including two straight top-12 finishes.
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.
Todd has been turning some heads this spring. He has five straight top-17 finishes, including four top-10’s.
Walker is back on top of his game, as he has four top-11 finishes in his last six tournaments alone.
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.
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