By Adam McGill @adammcgill83twitter.com on August 25, 2014
To help you pick a fantasy foursome this week, here are the complete fantasy golf rankings for the 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship.
After a bit of a breakthrough, Mickelson recorded an embarrassing T78 at the Barclays. Lefty continues to be a risky fantasy pick and the veteran won’t be worth grabbing inside the top-15 this week in New England.
Schwartzel is currently fifth on the tour in birdies and eighth in overall putting. This course always has low scores, so expect Schwartzel to be very active with his putter this week.
Senden has four straight top-25 finishes at TPC Boston, including a T12 in 2013.
Stalder has dominated this course throughout his career, as he posted a T10 here in 2012 and a T4 in 2013. He will be a great sleeper pick to lock onto after the top-15 golfers.
Haas is starting to heat up again, as he posted a T2 at the Wyndham Championship and a T15 at The Barclays.
DeLaet recorded a T4 at TPC Boston last year. He may struggling right now, but he will be worth a shot this week conceding his past success on this course.
Walker has three top-10 finishes in his last seven tournament appearances. JW is a ideal second golfer to look for this week.
Despite the lack of attention this week, Spieth still recorded a T4 at TPC Boston last season. He is in a bit of a slump right now (one top-10 last four tourneys), but his past success here will keep him ranked inside the top-15 golfers this week.
Na quietly has four top-15 finishes over his last eight tournament appearances, including a T9 at The Barclays.
Bradley is a native New Englander and this will very much be a home course for the kid. Keegs has registered back-to-back top-15 finishes at TPC Boston.
Despite missing the cut at The Barclays, Snedker still has four top-25 finishes in his last five tournaments. Sneeds has also finished inside the top-six at TPC Boston in three of the last four years.
Stenson hasn’t missed the cut since February and he has shockingly racked up nine top-16 finishes over that stretch.
Mahan is coming off a beautiful win at The Barclays, which was his third top-15 finish in a row. Consider him a safe top-10 pick this week.
Kuchar continued his hot season with a T5 at The Barclays, which was his 12th top-10 finish of 2014.
Reed quietly has three top-25 finishes in his last four tournaments, including a T9 at The Barclays and a T4 at the Bridgestone Invitational.
Day is red-hot this summer. He posted a T15 at the PGA Championship and a T2 at The Barclay this weekend.
Furyk has cracked the top-20 in seven straight tournaments, including a T5 at the PGA Championship and a solo eighth place finish at The Barclays. The veteran is safe bet to crack the top-10 this week.
Fowler continued his hot stretch with a T9 at The Barclays. He now has five straight top-10 finishes and is having a breakout season.
Scott has made the cut at TPC Boston in all nine of his appearances, including four top-10 finishes.
After three straight wins, McIlroy came down to earth with a T22 at The Barclays. However, he is still the hottest golfer on the tour and will be worth the top pick in all formats.
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