Champions Tour's Price with drew from the Mayakoba Golf Classic prior to the second round.
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|Season||Rank||Tourn.||Rounds||Avg Score||Top 3 Finish||Top 10 Finish||Avg Finish||Cons Cuts||Cut %||Winnings||Winnings/Entry||PGA Champ Points|
|February 23, 2012||Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun||–||$0||69||69||–||–||–|
|Season||Ball Striking(?)||Total Driving(?)||DDist(?)||DAcc(?)||GIR(?)||PuPR(?)||Putt Avg||Sand Saves(?)||Scram(?)|
|Season||Birdie Conversion||Par 3 Birdies||Par 4 Birdies||Par 5 Birdies||Score Avg B4 Cut||Par Breaker||Holes Per Eagle||Bounce(?)||Par 3 Perf||Par 4 Perf||Par 5 Perf|
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
At 48, Price is on the downside of his career, but he's still strong enough of a player that you should use him when he's entered. In 2004, Price made 12 of 15 cuts with six top 25 finishes. Price tied for third at the Nissan in 2003.
Price made a couple nice runs in 2003, with runner-up finishes at the Byron Nelson and the Fed Ex Classic. A year removed from Top 10 finishes in putting and accuracy, Price failed to get into the top 75 in any of the four major statistical categories. It's about time to bring out the age card with Price (he's 47), as he'll really need to work hard and keep the results going (vs. Father Time) to prove his better days aren't past him. He did earn $2,356,480 in 2003 so there's still some gas left in the tank. Most likely, the fall will be gradual, but it will come and this may be the last year he's worth more than his draft day value ... if you're lucky.