Each week, PGATOUR.COM's Fantasy Insider Rob Bolton offers his Power Rankings for the weekly TOUR event as well as his Sleeper picks. But what about the players who don't make the Power Rankings but who can't really be considered Sleepers? Bolton will make one "wild card" selection from the large group of players who fall into that middle range but might rise up to claim the title. This week's pick is ...
Bolton's explanation: Ended a nine-event drought without a top-35 finish worldwide with a T27 at the Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation, and then backed it up with a top 25 at the Farmers Insurance Open. The Scottsdale resident has been a fixture at the Waste Management Phoenix Open since his rookie year of 2003. He picked up his second career PGA TOUR victory at TPC Scottsdale in 2007, posting 21-under 263. It matches the lowest anyone has gone since the track was stretched to its current length of 7,216 yards.
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