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2013-14 Fantasy Golf Outlook

Chappell started slowly in 2013 missing more cuts than he made through the end of April, but a runner-up finish at the Memorial in June kick-started his season. After that finish, Chappell missed only one cut the rest of the season and he picked up where he left off last season with three made cuts in three starts during the 2013-2014 season. Chappell has the potential to take a step up this year, but he's a little pricey at this spot. In draft leagues he should go in the 50-60 range.

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Chappell shot a 4-under 68 Sunday to finish runner-up at the Memorial Tournament, closing strong with four birdies in his final six holes.

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Chappell missed the third round secondary cut (220) at the Wells Fargo Championship placing him in the Made cut, Didn't Finish (MDF) group.

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Chappell fired 67-68 on the weekend to tie for sixth at the Shell Houston Open.

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Chappell finished tied for eighth at the Humana Challenge, including a blistering 10-under 62 on Sunday.

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Chappell withdrew after 14 holes of his second round at the Wyndham Championship.

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Chappell now has back-to-back top-10s in the U.S. Open with a tie for 10th at Olympic Club.

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Chappell withdrew after completing 17 holes of his second round at the Texas Open.

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Chappel (66) is tied with Justin Leonard (70) at 14-under holding a one shot lead over rookie Bio Kim going into Sunday's final round of the Children's Miracle Network Classic, the closing 2011 PGA Tour event.

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2013-14

Chappell started slowly in 2013 missing more cuts than he made through the end of April, but a runner-up finish at the Memorial in June kick-started his season. After that finish, Chappell missed only one cut the rest of the season and he picked up where he left off last season with three made cuts in three starts during the 2013-2014 season. Chappell has the potential to take a step up this year, but he's a little pricey at this spot. In draft leagues he should go in the 50-60 range.

2013

Chappell posted just one top-10 last year but picked the right spot to do it - at the U.S. Open. That check of more than $160K was by far his largest of the season and helped him just creep into the top 125. After a strong rookie season in 2011, Chappell's 2012 was a disappointment as his earnings were cut in half. He does have some upside, though, as he proved in 2011 and at his price, he's not a bad gamble. In draft leagues, Chappell should go in the 10th round or later.

2012

The main goal for any PGA Tour rookie is earning his card for the following year. Sure, certain players might have loftier goals, but in the end, the most important thing is ensuring one's continued play on the PGA Tour. Chappell wasted little time in accomplishing his goal last season as he earned a runner-up finish at the Valero Texas Open in April, which netted him more than $500K. From there he needed only another Top-10 or two to get safely inside the Top-125. Chappell, though, had other things in mind. Two months after his showing in Texas, he tied for third-place at the U.S. Open. To add icing to the cake, he posted another third-place finish in his final event of the season. Chappell appears headed in the right direction, and his finish at the U.S. Open last year earned him a spot in this year's field, something that not many sophomores get.

2011

Chappell was one of the more consistent players on the Nationwide Tour last season. In addition to one victory, he also earned a runner-up, a third-place finish and seven top-10s in 24 starts. In all, 10 top-25s in 24 starts. That kind of consistency will serve him well on the PGA TOUR this year.