By Adam McGill @adammcgill83twitter.com on August 20, 2014
To help you pick your fantasy foursome this week, here are five fantasy golf predictions for The Barclays.
With his T64 at the PGA Championship, Watson continues to go through the motions. He has not cracked the top-15 in six straight tournaments and he has uncharacteristically missed the cut twice over that stretch. Watson is simply not playing well right now and the 2014 Masters Champion will be a long shot to even make the cut this week at Ridgewood.
The Ferocious Furyk has been on fire this summer. The veteran has six straight top-19 finishes and he has at least shot par in 16 consecutive rounds. Furyk will have another strong showing in Ridgewood and will be a popular pick within the top-10 this week.
Walker continues to be underrated week after week. He is coming off an impressive T7 at Valhalla and JW now has 18 top-25 finishes on the year. He won't necessarily be a threat to win it all this week, but Walker will be a deceit mid-level sleeper to keep an eye on after the big names come off the board.
McIlroy has been on a historic pace this summer. He has now won three straight tournaments, including the British Open and PGA Championship. Unfortunately, he can't keep this pace up forever. If ever there was a week for him to take it easy and settle for a T5, it is the week after the PGA Championship. Don't expect Rory to make it four in a row this Sunday.
Both Adam Scott and Rickie Fowler have continued to show up in each and every tournament. Scott has cracked the top-15 in six straight tournaments, including a win at the Crowne Plaza Invitational. Folwer has four straight top-eight finishes. One of these stars will win it all this weekend.
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