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Len Hochberg

Len Hochberg

Hochberg covers golf for RotoWire. A veteran sports journalist, he was an editor and reporter at The Washington Post for many years, covering the Washington Capitals. He co-authored a book on the history of hockey.

Fantasy sports articles written by Len Hochberg

Golf Draft Kit: Themes to Consider for 2014-15

There are no guarantees in fantasy golf, but following these themes can put you on the right path, like drafting consistent contenders like Ryan Moore.

Ryder Cup Recap: A Bloody Mess

Phil Mickelson wasn't shy about casting blame after the U.S. lost the Ryder Cup, but fantasy owners might want to shy away from drafting him next season.

Golf Draft Kit: PGA Qualifiers from the Web.com

Bud Cauley has played on the PGA Tour, but he needed a boost from the Web.com playoffs last season to earn his card for 2014-15.

Tour Championship Recap: Billy Horschel is A Rich Man

Billy Horschel made history at the Tour Championship, and he also made a giant wad of cash by capturing the FedEx Cup.

Weekly Recap: Horschel Takes Care of Business

After winning the BMW Championship, Billy Horschel controls his own fate heading into next weekend's season-ending Tour Championship.

Deutsche Bank Championship Recap: A Tourney within a Tourney

Chris Kirk scored the biggest win of his burgeoning career Monday, and it will be even bigger if it earns him a Ryder Cup spot.

The Barclays Recap: Mahan Gets a Big Boost

Hunter Mahan has had a down year, but winning the first leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs suddenly puts him in a great position to win the $10 million prize.

Wyndham Championship Recap: Winners, Losers and Worse

Padraig Harrington took a scarlet L in the final regular-season event of the year, but he wasn't the only golfer to whiff at the Wyndham

PGA Championship Recap: Rory Shines Bright

With nightfall closing in, Rory McIlroy captured his fourth career major, and second of the year, Sunday at the PGA in what was easily the season's most exciting championship.

WGC-Bridgestone Recap: Rory's on a Roll

Rory McIlroy overcame a three-stroke, final-round deficit to win the World Golf Championship title two weeks after winning his third major.

Weekly Recap: Furyk Can't Finish

Jim Furyk is having his best season sinc 2010, but he still hasn't won in four years.

British Open Recap: One Step Closer to Greatness

Rory McIlroy took another step toward historical greatness by capturing the Open Championship, leaving him one major short from the career grand slam.

John Deere Classic Recap: A Close Second

Zach Johnson came up short, barely, at the John Deere and heads to the Open looking continue his strong track record.

Greenbrier Classic Recap: El Pato for Three

Angel Cabrera use twin 64s and an eagle on the hardest hole at Old White TPC to clain his third PGA Tour victory Sunday and first non-major.

Quicken Loans National Recap: A Secondary Win for Rose

Justin Rose won the Quicken Loans National, but he wasn't the first topic of conversation at the event.

Travelers Championship Recap: Historic, Yes. Exciting, No

Kevin Streelman went on a tour-record birdie binge to close the Travelers Championship on Sunday, though that sounds more exciting than it was.

U.S. Open Recap: Kaymer Snoozes to Victory

Martin Kaymer dominated the U.S. Open to the point of turning into a bore on Sunday.

St. Jude Classic Recap: Crane Limps Home

Ben Crane opened with a 63 that allowed him to lead wire to wire despite a birdie-free final round at the St. Jude.

The Memorial Recap: Couch Potato Loses in Playoff

Kevin Na chose the couch over the practice range Sunday, and it might have cost him in a playoff loss to Hideki Matsuyama.

Weekly Recap: Crowne Plaza Invitational Recap

Adam Scott cemented his standing as No. 1 in the world with a playoff win over Jason Dufner at the Crowne Plaza Invitational.

Byron Nelson Championship Recap: How 'Bout Them Dawgs!

Brendon Todd won his first PGA Tour event Sunday, becoming the fifth Georgia Bulldog to win on Tour this season.

The Players Championship Recap: Kaymer Stops Thinking

Martin Kaymer's brain was getting in the way of his golf, so he stopped thinking and just played.

Weekly Recap: Wells Fargo Championship Recap

No golfer has overcome more to get back to the top than J.B. Holmes, who conquered Quail Hollow with a one-shot victory Sunday.

Zurich Classic Recap: Putting the Zs in Zurich

Keegan Bradley's triple on No. 6 eliminated the last of the big-name players in what amounted to a snoozefest in New Orleans.

RBC Heritage Recap: Kucher Can't Give It Away

After giving up leads in three straight tournaments, Matt Kucher finally hung on at the RBC Heritage.

Masters Recap: Bubba Wears Green Again

Bubba Watson was so steady in winning his second Masters he made it a humdrum Sunday at Augusta.

Houston Open Recap: Kuchar's Collapses

Matt Kuchar collapsed down the stretch for the second straight week, opening the way for a relative unknown to emerge in Matt Jones.

Weekly Recap: The Last Man Standing

Steven Bowditch has a remarkable story, and Sunday he was The Last Man Standing at the Texas Open.

Weekly Recap: Fearless Youth

At 30 years old, Matt Every isn't that young, but he sure is fearless, as he showed Sunday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Weekly Recap: Na Snails It In

Kevin Na wins few friends on the tour with his perceived slow play, but he made things interesting down the stretch Sunday.

WGC-Cadillac Championship Recap: Confident Reed Even Looks the Part

Patrick Reed pulled his best Tiger Woods at Doral, and let everyone know about it.

The Honda Classic Recap: Not the Expected Excitement

Rory McIlroy lapped the field for three rounds at the Honda Classic before choking with a back-nine 38 Sunday.

WGC Match Play Recap: New Day Dawns

Following a thrilling, marathon final match that lasted 23 holes, Jason Day took home his second PGA Tour event and looks posed for more.

Northern Trust Open Recap: Back to Being Bubba

Bubba Watson is back on the map after winning for the first time in 22 months with a victory at the Northern Trust Open.

Pebble Beach Pro-Am Recap: Tiger Territory?

With his third win already this season, Jimmy Walker is approaching some exclusive territory. But can he keep it up?

Phoenix Open Recap: Smallrus Comes Up Big

The son of Walrus, Craig Stadler, might not be has big has his dad, but Sunday he was the big winner on the PGA Tour.

Farmers Insurance Open Recap: So Many, So Close

K.J. Choi shot a Sunday 66 at Torrey Pines, but it did not hold up as he finished in a five-way tie for second to Scott Stallings.

Humana Challenge Recap: Birdie Fest for Reed

Patrick Reed built such a huge three-day lead at the Humana that his Sunday cooldown barely mattered.

Sony Open Recap: Walker Wins Walking Away

Jimmy Walker captured his second win of the season, setting himself up for a big year on the PGA Tour.

Tournament of Champions Recap:: The Rodney Dangerfield of Golf

Zach Johnson just won his 11th title in the last 10 years, and yet he still is being underestimated by fantasy owners.

Weekly Recap: Draft Time Starts Now

Is Jordan Spieth worth investing in this year? Or will he be overpriced in this year's auction drafts?

Fall Season Recap: It's A Whole New Ballgame

Dustin Johnson won the only elite-field event of the fall season, and when the Tour picks up in January he'll set his sights on breaking through at a major.

OHL Classic at Mayakoba Recap: Put Some English on It

Harris English made a methodical charge through the El Camaleon Golf Club course in Playa del Carmen on Sunday to become a two-time winner on the PGA Tour.

The McGladrey Classic Recap: Kirk Captains a Victory

With his victory at the McGladrey Classic, Chris Kirk seems to be on the precipice of greater things this season.