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2013-14 Fantasy Golf Outlook

Lee struggled to find many high-end finishes in 2013, but he did manage to crack the top-15 five times. All those top-15s really add up at the end of the season. Lee showed a nice improvement from year-one to year-two on the PGA Tour and year-three should be his best to date. Lee obviously has upside, but it's hard to tell just how much. For now, he's a decent salary cap pick, with the potential to be a really good pick. In draft formats he should go in the 70-80 range.

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February 18, 2014    Richard H. Lee News Update

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Lee tied for 45th at the Northern Trust Open.

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Lee tied for 10th at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

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Lee, who mysteriously withdrew from the Sony Open last week, responded with a tie for 10th at the Humana Challenge.

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Lee withdrew after four holes of the front nine at the Sony Open, PGA Tour.com reports.

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Lee, at 23-under, 409 strokes, tied for fourth at the final stage of the 2012 Q-School thus earning a 2013 PGA Tour card.

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2013-14

Lee struggled to find many high-end finishes in 2013, but he did manage to crack the top-15 five times. All those top-15s really add up at the end of the season. Lee showed a nice improvement from year-one to year-two on the PGA Tour and year-three should be his best to date. Lee obviously has upside, but it's hard to tell just how much. For now, he's a decent salary cap pick, with the potential to be a really good pick. In draft formats he should go in the 70-80 range.

2012

. Lee, not to be confused with just plain Richard Lee, qualified via Q-School, which was necessary because his Nationwide Tour season was pretty much a bust. In 25 Nationwide events last season, Lee earned only one Top-10. He's still young, so there's room to grow, but this season could be painful for Lee.