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

March 1, 2014    Alvaro Quiros News Update

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Quiros is in the field for next week's Puerto Rico Open, an opposite-field event.

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Quiros tied for 40th Sunday at The Players Championship.

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Spain's Quiros (19-under) closed with a five-under 67 winning the European Tour's Dubai World Championship by two strokes over Scotland's Paul Lawrie. England's Luke Donald (16-under) had a solo third place finish.

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Spain's Quiros, at 14-under, has a two shot lead over Scotland's Paul Lowrie after 54 holes of the European Tour's Dubai World Championship. So. African Louis Oosthuizen is alone in third at 11-under.

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Spain's Quiros, still hot after nearly winning in Hong Kong last week, tied the course record with an eight-under 64 establishing a four stroke lead over Sweden's Peter Hanson after 36 holes at the European Tour's Dubai World Championship.

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Spain's Quiros (aggregate 10-under) shot a third round three-under 67 giving him a one stroke lead over Sweden's Peter Hanson (65) at the Asian/European Tour's Hong Kong Open.

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Spain's Quiros and Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy are matching each other, a pair of 64-69s, seven-under, after 36 holes at the Asian/European Tour's Hong Kong Open.

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Quiros has withdrawn from this week's Scottish Open due to a shoulder injury, the Herald Scotland reports.

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Quiros is in the field for the BMW PGA Championship this week.

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Quiros is in the field for the Volvo World Championship Match Play this week.

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Quiros is in the field for The Players Championship this week.

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Quiros is in the field for the Open de Espana this week.

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Quiros is in the field for the WGC-Cadillac Championship this week.

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Spain's Quiros (11-under) earned his fifth European Tour title with a one stroke win over Denmark's Anders Hansen and South African James Kingston at the Dubai Desert Classic. Tiger Woods (USA) finished with a double bogey seven to tie for 20th.

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Spain's Quiros and James Morrison (England) tied at 11-under in regulation at the Spanish Open. Quiros won the one-hole playoff with a two-putt put when Morrison found the water. Seve Ballesteros and Sergio Garcia are the other two countrymen- winners at this event.

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Quiros will play in next week's Accenture Match Play Championship and then play in the Phoenix Open on a sponsor exemption, the Arizona Republic reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2012

Last year was supposed to be the breakout year for Quiros, but he never quite got going, at least on the PGA TOUR. He played well enough overseas to keep his World Golf Ranking near theTop 50, so he'll again have some opportunities this season. With his talent, he's bound to finish well somewhere along the line.

2011

The long-hitting Spainiard is the most likely breakout candidate among the non-PG Tour members from 2010. Quiros played consistently well on the PGA TOUR last season, but he lacked that one really strong finish. One of these times, he's going to finish strong and boost his earnings number. Still, he'll mostly play in Europe in 2011.