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Brandt Jobe

48-Year-Old Golfer

 

2013-14 Fantasy Golf Outlook

There was no outlook written for Brandt Jobe in 2013-14. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.

STATUS:  Out    INJURY:  Shoulder    EST. RETURN:  
HT: 6' 11"   WT: 180 lbs   Country: USA   Birthdate: 8/1/1965
Birth Location: Oklahoma City,OK   College: UCLA   Debut: January 1, 1988  

November 19, 2013    Brandt Jobe News Update

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Jobe undergoes surgery on left shoulder.

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Jobe tied for 26th at the Sanderson Farms Championship.

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Jobe tied for 41st at Memorial.

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Jobe finished in a tie for 35th at the Crowne Plaza Invitational.

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Jobe, playing in the Major Medical Extension category, missed the cut at the Byron Nelson Championship.

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Jobe, playing in the Major Medical Extension category, tied for 21st, 11-under, at the Zurich Classic.

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Jobe, playing in the Major Medical Extension category, tied for 48th, plus-3, at the RBC Heritage earning $14,417.

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Jobe, playing in the Major Medical Extension category, missed the cut at the Texas Open.

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Jobe, playing in the Major Medical Extension, tied for 60th at the Houston Open.

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Jobe, playing in the Major Medical Extension category (MME), tied for 46th, plus-6, at the Honda Classic.

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Jobe, playing in the Major Medical Extension category (MME), tied for 61st, 5-over at the Northern Trust Open.

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Jobe, playing in the Major Medical Extension (MME) category, missed the cut at the Farmer's Insurance Open.

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Jobe withdrew Monday from the Canadian Open, PGATour.com reports.

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Jobe is in the field for the Memorial Tournament this week.

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Jobe is in the field for the Wells Fargo Championship this week.

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Jobe tied for 42nd at the Sony Open.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2012

Jobe has spent much of the past decade battling an assortment of injuries, yet he somehow managed to put together the second-best season of his career in 2011. Jobe collected four Top-10s, including a runner-up finish at the Memorial. That's where the good news ends, however. Jobe's long history of injuries makes him almost undraftable. He's certainly not a wise pick in salary cap leagues as you never know when he'll be done for the season.

2007

After years of battling injuries, Jobe finally showed what he was capable of in 2005 when he earned more than $2 million. Last year he had a setback, but his 2007 numbers should be somewhere in the middle.

2006

Jobe was finally battled through injuries in 2005, and showed what he could do when healthy. Jobe was playing on a major medical extension to start '05 and he did well enough at the Bell South Classic, second place, to earn his card for the year. From there he carded five more top-10s. Jobe has the ability to do well when healthy. Therein lies the problem, however. Can you count on him to stay healthy? $2.1 million is a big chunk to risk on someone who has only stayed healthy once in the last few years. Give a tentative go ahead on Jobe for 2006. He played a full season last year, 27 events, and was no worse for the wear.