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Fantasy Golf Predictions For 2014 PGA Championship

Fantasy Golf Predictions For 2014 PGA Championship

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To help you pick your fantasy foursome this week, here are five fantasy golf predictions for the 2014 PGA Championship.

5. Phil Mickelson Will Struggle

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5. Phil Mickelson Will Struggle

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Mickelson shot a season-best 62 in the final round of the Bridgestone Invitational and many people think he is starting to come around. However, the veteran doesn't have a single top-10 finish this season. He will likely continue struggle and finish outside of the top-35 yet again. Fantasy fans shouldn't put too much faith in Lefty this week.

4. If Tiger Woods Plays, He Won’t Make The Cut

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4. If Tiger Woods Plays, He Won’t Make The Cut

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It is looking more and more unlikely that Woods will play this week. He obviously rushed back from his back injury to fast and he simply doesn't look on top of his game. If Tiger does miraculously play this week, don't expect him to make the cut in Louisville.

3. Jim Furyk Will Crack The Top-10

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3. Jim Furyk Will Crack The Top-10

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Furyk has five straight top-20 finishes. He has also done well every major this season with a solo fourth place finish at the British Open and a T12 at the U.S. Open. The veteran will be a safe bet to crack the top-10 this weekend in Valhalla.

2. Rory McIlroy Won’t Win

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2. Rory McIlroy Won’t Win

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McIlroy is on a roll right now, as he won both the British Open and WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. He has cracked the top-25 in all 12 of his stateside tournaments and will be a heavy favorite it win it all. Despite his hot-streak, though, I don't think he will make it three in a row this weekend.

1. Sergio Garcia Will Win It All

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1. Sergio Garcia Will Win It All

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Garcia has racked up four top-three finishes in his last five tournaments alone. He now has three consecutive second place finishes, including his solo second place finish at the World Golf Championship-Bridgestone Invitational. This is the week he finally gets to hoist the trophy on Sunday.