2013-14 Full-membership fantasy rankings (Nos. 101-150)

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Padraig Harrington is looking to bounce back this season and will play plenty of events.
October 07, 2013
By Rob Bolton, PGATOUR.COM Fantasy Insider

ROB'S RANKINGS: Nos. 1-50 | 51-100 | 151-200 | 201-245

Bolton's fantasy rankings: Nos. 101-150
101 Pat Perez 37 974K One of the most consistent options on the board every season. Invest in actual value.
102 Peter Hanson 36 610K Not the salary must-own that he projected to be. Last man inside the bubble on earnings. Battled injury and made only 15 starts.
103 Padraig Harrington 42 711K Failed to qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time but remains fully exempt via top 125 in earnings. Exactly three top 10s in each of last three seasons.
104 Nicholas Thompson 30 959K After a two-year hiatus, Lexi's older brother proved that he belongs on the PGA TOUR. Always among the leaders in starts (29 in 2013).
105 William McGirt 34 867K There's something to be said of guys that break in post-30 years of age and hang on. Experience and course knowledge is catching up with maturity and wisdom.
106 J.J. Henry 38 761K May be slowing down but always figures it out and plays a bunch.
107 Geoff Ogilvy 36 892K Fourth consecutive season in the wrong direction. Only top 25 was a solo second at PGA National. Broke par in just 14 of 57 rounds.
108 Lucas Glover 33 747K The backhanded compliment is that it felt like he had a better year than his earnings suggest. Fully exempt through 2014-15.
109 Brian Stuard 30 1.032M Hit a wall during the annual wave of most difficult courses during the spring. If torn, spring for a cheaper option near the top of the reshuffle.
110 David Hearn 34 1.171M Failed to break par in a final round following his playoff loss at TPC Deere Run, but he's a road warrior who makes a lot of cuts.
111 Angel Cabrera 44 1.791M Career-high 21 starts but stalled out at the BMW. Battled a wrist injury late. Perfect flier for last rounds given dynamic possibilities.
112 Jason Kokrak 28 1.267M In two years on TOUR, he's missed 25 of 52 cuts, but has risen often enough to warrant a roster spot in deeper, full-season formats.
113 Bud Cauley 23 443K Starts 16th in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Lost faith from many gamers in 2013, but that's why it's called a Sophomore Slump.
114 Jhonattan Vegas 29 -- Major Medical (surgery on left shoulder in February) ... 21 starts to earn $595,483.
115 Hudson Swafford 26 -- Rookie. Starts 19th in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Think former University of Georgia teammate Harris English, albeit two years older.
116 James Driscoll 36 821K Quintessential fringe value. Five times inside the top 125 but never higher than 100th.
117 Johnson Wagner 33 801K Survived just nine (of 24) cuts, four fewer than his previous low. In his prime, but has yet to show any consistency over the years.
118 Jarrod Lyle 32 -- Reshuffle Medical ... 20 starts to earn $283,825. Planned to return to competition in November (in Australia) following his second bout with leukemia.
119 Scott Brown 30 1.012M His breakthrough in Puerto Rico paved the way to fully exempt status through 2014-15. Just one top 35 in his last 17 starts.
120 Sang-moon Bae 27 1.714M Failed to crack a top 30 in 12 starts after his breakthrough at the HP Byron Nelson but that should allow him to slide in your draft.
121 Bryce Molder 34 816K Coming off worst season since reclaiming his card but still had eight top 25s and ranked fifth in final-round scoring average. Go get him, salary gamers.
122 David Lynn 39 1.633M Submitted one of the stranger seasons in 22 starts, but it was effective. Still gives the vibe that he's playing on borrowed status, especially at his age. Tiptoe you're way in.
123 Trevor Immelman 33 360K Starts fourth in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Won the first tournament in the four-event series.
124 Sean O'Hair 31 268K Starts 14th in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Potentially revitalized after self-questioning if he should continue with this profession.
125 Tommy Gainey 38 520K Despite placing outside top 125 in FedExCup points and earnings, he's fully exempt via 2012 McGladrey Classic title. Busy schedule boosts value.
126 Ryo Ishikawa 22 424K Starts 11th in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Committed to the PGA TOUR with 23 starts in 2013. Still very young, relatively speaking.
127 Jamie Lovemark 25 -- Starts 37th in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle.
128 Davis Love III 49 303K Life Member. Turns 50 on April 13. Neck surgery limited him to 15 starts. First time outside top 100 in earnings in his career.
129 Thorbjorn Olesen 23 713K Fully exempt via non-member earnings. Failed to find consistency after suffering whiplash in a car crash the week of the Shell Houston Open.
130 Andres Romero 32 718K Always finds a way to return but rarely makes enough noise to ping our radars.
131 J.B. Holmes 31 15K Major Medical (fractured left ankle) ... 19 starts to earn $580,299.
132 Justin Hicks 38 732K Didn't perform from the U.S. Open and after, but he keeps his ball in play, and that makes him a sleeper again this season.
133 Brian Davis 39 1.221M The good news is that he matched a career high with four top 10s. The bad news is he failed to add another top 25 for a career-low four.
134 Erik Compton 33 651K Tailed off after an illness forced him to withdraw in Houston. One of a handful of values in salary games, but he comes with an obvious health concern.
135 Matteo Manassero 20 242K Non-member inside the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking. A winner on the European Tour every year since 2010.
136 Greg Chalmers 39 632K Finally slipped from his usual spot near 100th in earnings. Led TOUR in strokes gained-putting. Salary flier in 12-man (or more) lineups. Turns 40 on Oct. 11.
137 Jerry Kelly 46 832K Competed in career-low 22 starts. When rounding out rosters, stick with fully exempt Americans. He fits this formula.
138 K.J. Choi 43 973K Carbon-copy season from the previous. Consider it a new norm given his age. 
139 Charlie Beljan 29 916K Survived only 16 of 48 cuts as a PGA TOUR member, so if you're inclined, use him in deep full-season formats.
140 Chez Reavie 31 590K The tee-to-green specialist submitted about as frustrating a season as possible, which is a compliment. Under par in at least one round in 20 of 22 starts.
141 Brian Gay 41 1.426M Career-low 24 starts. Only top 10 was the win at the Humana Challenge. Now north of 40; must worry about continued decline.
142 Ricky Barnes 32 553K Starts 31st in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle.
143 Jeff Maggert 49 1.022M A co-runner-up at THE PLAYERS accounted for nearly 70 percent of his haul. No more than two top 10s every season since 2005. Turns 50 on Feb. 20.
144 Charlie Wi 41 656K Went from his best season to his worst as a non-rookie. Although he was never outside the bubble, he barely retained fully exempt status.
145 Matt Bettencourt 38 101K Starts 46th in Web.com Tour Finals reshuffle. Made no fewer than 30 starts when fully exempt 2009-2012.
146 D.H. Lee 26 882K The 2012 q-school medalist took a while to make his presence known and he battled injury, but retained status. Still an unknown value worth leaving on the pile.
147 Steve Marino 33 148K Major Medical (lingering issues following surgery on his left knee) ... nine starts to earn $413,596.
148 Woody Austin 49 568K Won the Sanderson Farms Championship but didn't crack the field for the Playoffs. Turns 50 on Jan. 27.
149 Nicolas Colsaerts 30 720K Missed Playoffs (128th in FedExCup points) but fully exempt on prize money (114th). Took lumps. Restrict to biggest events as he splits his schedule with European Tour.
150 Y.E. Yang 41 259K Entering final year on his exemption for winning the 2009 PGA. Tinkered with his swing this season; didn't post a top 30 in his last 13 starts on the PGA TOUR.