||Endured the loss of a good friend midseason but still totaled a career-low five missed cuts. Projects safe, underrated value again.
||The Presidents Cup captain's pick did more (four top 10s) with less (16 cuts made) during the season. Aggregate experience suggests bigger days are ahead.
||The 2012 Rookie of the Year more than doubled his missed cuts (from five to 11), but turned in a season indicative of his still-underrated value.
||Missed more cuts than made for the third straight season, but he's electric. Low risk-high reward model who plays a ton.
||Parlayed rededication into a career year. A sturdy complement, but he'll likely go too high in draft formats.
||Discovered some confidence en route to a career year as he slides into his prime. Expect it to continue. On the short list of the active best without a PGA TOUR victory.
||Relieved and rejuvenated after finishing 125th in earnings in 2012, and has repeatedly shown glimmers of greatness; so goes the learning curve. No worries, however.
||Let him fall to you. Broke through at Riviera, but recorded just one other top 10 and has only six top 10s in the last four seasons.
||Coming off a second straight season with four top 10s, but didn't make too much noise. One-and-doners' primary choice for the WGC-Accenture Match Play.
||Two seasons and two wins on TOUR, but only 15 cuts made in each. Sublime short game, but still feeling his way. Someone will overpay.
||Exactly three top 10s in each of his last four seasons. Reserve for long-term formats.
||All four top 25s were top 10s but he turned on the jets late. Dynamic talent deserves a long look in salary games. Destined to reward the loyal.
||Major Medical (sat out the entire PGA TOUR season following surgery on his left thumb in October of 2012) ... 28 starts to earn $595,483.
||It's easy to overlook his youth, but he's overcome struggles with his putter to elbow into the conversation often enough to deserve your faith.
||Major Medical (bulging discs) ... 18 starts to earn $484,619.
||Starts 10th in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Enjoyed a spirited year splitting time on both tours.
||Now a winner with proven value on hard courses with quick greens, but misses too many cuts to deserve above-average label in fantasy circles.
||Competitor's spirit with unyielding confidence. Overvalued in salary games, but has no issues with turning up the heat in the kitchen.
||Rewarded full-season gamers with a torrid run in July, but misses too many cuts to warrant other usage.
||Four consecutive seasons of exactly 15 cuts made. You're never settling when you're adding him later in drafts.
||While he doesn't give you the bang for the buck as often, there's still a fire. Surround with busier, younger talents before plugging him in.
||Richard H. Lee
||Love his direction and balance, both inside and outside the ropes. Temper your enthusiasm as he's still a sleeper in most formats.
||Injuries and the birth of his third child challenged his focus. One of the biggest moving targets among the elite members.
||Rookie. Starts ninth in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. A hairline fracture in his L5 vertebrae limited his playing time, but he'll heal. Remain patient.
||Starts second in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Fought through swing modifications all year, and then won the third leg of the Web.com Tour Finals.
||Starts eighth in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Won twice on the developmental circuit in 2013.
||Despite decision against anchoring, he's a plum choice for salary gamers after a mysterious off-year.
||Major Medical (finally had overdue surgery on his left hip) ... 24 starts to earn $595,483.
||Licking wounds after his worst full season. Commemorated his spot at 125th in FedExCup points with a "Bubble Boy" video, and then withdrew during The Barclays.
||Last season was such a departure from his norm that it may have signified the beginning of his twilight. Ball-striking splits were way down. Give him one more go.
||Tough to overlook the 0-for-6 run in May and June, but he missed only three other cuts all season. Worth a peek in salary games.
||Steady contributor but he's yet to fulfill the potential that many gamers have expected for years.
||Found his second wind at age 40, but remains a horse for courses.
||Furnished another baseline season. No-brainer horse for a few courses. Ruling on anchored putter harms him the most.
||Even with sponsor exemptions, it's never easy to reclaim fully exempt status via conditional status. Grinder placed 19th in the all-around, his best since 2008.
||Career high in earnings in career-low 24 starts. Sustaining form has been his primary challenge, so don't hesitate to pull the trigger in trade leagues.
||Only top 10 of 2013 was a career-best solo third at Copperhead. Odds are in his favor to fulfill extended hype. Worth the price tag in salary formats.
||Rookie. Starts atop Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. In two PGA TOUR starts, he missed the cut both times at the Wyndham Championship.
||Peeled back to just 19 starts -- fewest (by five) in nine seasons -- and survived only nine cuts. Plan on a rebound but only due to more attempts.
||Web.com Tour season earnings leader. In his own category above the reshuffle and exempt into THE PLAYERS. Won twice on the circuit in 2013.
||A nice complement to any roster. Given propensity to miss fairways, stick with him in shootouts and shorter tracks.
||Bona fide sleeper. Fully exempt via non-member earnings. Set up residence in Florida.
||Starts 18th in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Made noise on conditional status in 2013, and shot 59 on the Web.com Tour. Quantifiable sleeper.
||Curtailed his schedule the last two years, although he's battled a myriad of injuries, too. Horse for courses smartest for weekly games.
||Coming off his worst season since his rookie year of 2006, but still makes most cuts.
||Took his knocks but knew that he was safe to retain his card after a strong open. Confidence at the start of the season could be iffy given 1-for-7 conclusion to 2013.
||After breaking through in a playoff at TPC River Highlands, scared away investors with zero top 45s in nine starts. Just stick with him if you invest.
||Rebounded with 220-percent growth in earnings thanks to three top 10s, but his days of contending regularly may be gone.
||Went 14-for-17 with three top 10s in his first season as a TOUR member. Still young and still finding his way. Tug from European Tour kills value.
||To veteran gamers, he feels older than 26, but stay in the now. Will reward you with full schedule and a plethora of low rounds.