Fantasy Golf Rankings For The Barclays

Fantasy Golf Rankings For The Barclays

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To help you pick your fantasy foursome this week, here are the top-20 fantasy golfers for The Barclays.

20. Marc Leishman

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20. Marc Leishman

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Leishman has racked up four top-11 finishes in his last six tournaments, including a solo third place finish at the Bridgestone Invitational.

19. Ryan Moore

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19. Ryan Moore

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Moore has five top-20 finishes in his last seven tournaments. He will be a decent sleeper to look for this week in New Jersey.

18. Graham DeLaet

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18. Graham DeLaet

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DeLaet posted a T2 at The Barclays in 2013 and a T5 in 2012. He enters the week with back-to-back top-15 finishes and will be a great sleeper to grab after the big names come off the board.

17. Keegan Bradley

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17. Keegan Bradley

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Bradley has three top-five finishes over his last six tournaments. He may be a hit-or-miss fantasy option most weeks, but he will always be dark horse to win it all with his driving/ putting combination.

16. Jordan Spieth

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16. Jordan Spieth

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Spieth has hit a wall this summer, as he hasn’t cracked the top-35 in three consecutive tournaments. Luckily, though, he ripped off five straight top-10 finishes before that. Don’t let the Spieth fall too far this week in New Jersey.

15. Nick Watney

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15. Nick Watney

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Watney has three top-12 finishes in his last four tournament appearances. The veteran is red-hot right now and will be worth a top-15 pick in all formats.

14. Matt Kuchar

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14. Matt Kuchar

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After a bit of a cold-streak, Kuchar has recorded back-to-back top-12 finishes. He will be a safe bet to crack the top-15 this week.

13. Webb Simpson

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13. Webb Simpson

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Simpson may be rather hit-or-miss these days, but he still has eight top-10 finishes on the year. He is also coming off an impressive T5 at Sedgefield.

12. Jason Day

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12. Jason Day

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Day proved he was healthy last week with a T15 at the PGA Championship. He will once again be a guaranteed top-15 pick.

11. Graeme McDowell

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11. Graeme McDowell

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Before his T46 at the PGA Championship, McDowell posted three straight top-10 finishes. Grab him this week in the hopes that he regains that form.

10. Phil Mickelson

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10. Phil Mickelson

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Mickelson’s solo second place finish was his first top-10 finish of the year, but Lefty has slowly started to come around this summer. He now has three straight top-25 finishes and he hasn't missed the cut in his last seven worldwide tournaments.

9. Brandt Snedeker

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9. Brandt Snedeker

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Snedeker has five top-15 finishes in his last eight starts. He won this tournament back in 2012 and will be a popular fantasy pick again this week.

8. Jimmy Walker

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8. Jimmy Walker

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Walker has cracked the top-10 in three of the four majors this year, including a T7 in the PGA Championship. Walker will once again be a bonafide sleeper to look for this week.

7. Henrik Stenson

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7. Henrik Stenson

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Stenson has amassed six top-10 finishes in his 10 tournaments around the globe. He will be a bargain to find outside of the top-five golfers.

6. Justin Rose

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6. Justin Rose

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In his last 11 tournaments worldwide, Rose has seven top-15 finishes and two wins. JR is on top of his game right now.

5. Adam Scott

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5. Adam Scott

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Scott has seven top-15 finishes in his last 10 tournaments alone. He is truly having a brilliant season and will be worth a top-five pick any time he turns in a card.

4. Jim Furyk

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4. Jim Furyk

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Besides Rory Mcilroy and Rickie Fowler, Furyk is the hottest golfer on the tour. He has six straight otp-20 finishes, including a T5 at the PGA Championship.

3. Sergio Garcia

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3. Sergio Garcia

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Garcia has shockingly racked three runner-up finishes in his last four tournaments. He also lost in a playoff at Ridgewood back in 2008 to Vijay Singh, so he has had success on this course before.

2. Rickie Fowler

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2. Rickie Fowler

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Fowler has cracked the top-10 in five straight tournaments worldwide, including a top-three finish in three of this year's four major tournaments.

1. Rory McIlroy

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1. Rory McIlroy

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After three consecutive wins, McIlroy will be the obvious number one golfer this week in New Jersey.


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