Fantasy Golf Predictions For 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship

5 Fantasy Predictions For 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship

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To help you pick your fantasy foursome, here are five fantasy golf predictions for the 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship.

5. Phil Mickelson Won’t Crack The Top-30

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5. Phil Mickelson Won’t Crack The Top-30

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After his brief hot-streak (three straight top-25’s), Mickelson came back down to earth with a T78 at the Barclays. He recorded a T41 here last year and will be a long shot to even crack the top-30 this week in Boston.

4. Keegan Bradley Will Crack The Top-15

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4. Keegan Bradley Will Crack The Top-15

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Bradley grew up in New England and this course provides him with a sort of home field advantage. Bradley posted a T16 at TPC Boston in 2013 and a T13 in 2012. He will be a safe bet to crack the top-15 again come Sunday.

3. Jim Furyk Won’t Crack The Top-10

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3. Jim Furyk Won’t Crack The Top-10

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Furyk has cracked the top-10 in four of his last seven tournaments and the 44-year-old is on fire right now. However, this streak can’t go on forever. Look for Furyk to struggle a little this week and barely crack the top-20.

2. Rickie Fowler Will Crack The Top-5

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2. Rickie Fowler Will Crack The Top-5

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Fowler has cracked the top-10 in six straight worldwide tournaments, including a T2 at the U.S. Open and a T2 at the British Open. He is one of the hottest golfers on the tour and should be in contention for the win once Sunday comes around.

1. Rory McIlroy Won’t Win

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1. Rory McIlroy Won’t Win

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After winning three straight tournaments, McIlroy posted a T22 last week at The Barclays. He is starting to look human again. Rory will still have a showing this week in Boston, but he just won’t win it all.


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