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2013-14 Fantasy Golf Outlook

Williams was all over the place in 2013. He missed the cut in half his starts but picked up a win early in the Web.com season. He backed that up with a third-place showing late in the year.

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

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2013-14

Williams was all over the place in 2013. He missed the cut in half his starts but picked up a win early in the Web.com season. He backed that up with a third-place showing late in the year.

2013

Williams shows what one win can do to someone’s season, as he had more missed cuts and withdrawals (six) on the Web.com Tour last season than he did top-10s (four). But his win at the Mexico Open got him half of his 2012 earnings and was good enough for a 16th-place finish on the season-ending money list to earn his 2013 PGA TOUR card. Williams is a short hitter, however, averaging only 286.7 yards off the tee, and that could be a problem against the likes of Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson, Gary Woodland and other PGA TOUR regulars.