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Golf Draft Kit: 2013 Golfer Profiles

Greg Vara

Greg Vara

Vara is the lead golf writer at RotoWire. He was named the 2013 FSWA Golf Writer of the Year. In addition to producing the weekly preview and the bulk of the draft kit content, Vara participates in Yahoo!'s "Experts Picks" where he routinely dominates. He also picks college football games against the spread in his "College Capper" article.

Golfers are ranked by projected 2013 draft round, which is based on 2013 projected earnings and upside. Thus, in some cases a golfer's projected earnings will be less than a golfer with a lower projected draft round. Rankings include last season's final PGA Tour Top 125, top rookies, top foreign and non-members and sleepers who finished outside the Top 125 last season.

UPDATE: Added rookies who qualified through Q-School.

Rookies listed in red.
Foreign and non-members listed in blue.
Sleepers listed in green.


1. Rory McIlroy
Projected Earnings: $7,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 1
2012 Final Rank: 1
Events Played: 16
2013 Outlook: After a midseason rough patch last year, McIlroy re-asserted himself as the best golfer in the world. The question now is whether he will be the best golfer of his generation. He has the talent, there's no question about that. What's left to be seen is whether he has the drive. For parts of 2012 it appeared as though he did not. He finished the season in style, though, and now it again looks like he's ready to dominate. The resurgence of Tiger Woods should only help him along in his journey to legendary status. There's no reason to think he'll regress this year; however, as is often the case with golfers who finish atop the money list, it will be difficult to improve much, if any, on his earnings from last season. Expect another great season from McIlroy, but his number is too high to be selected in salary cap leagues. He's the unquestioned top pick in draft leagues, though.

2. Tiger Woods
Projected Earnings: $6,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 1
2012 Final Rank: 2
Events Played: 19
2013 Outlook: It's been awhile since Tiger finished near the top of the money list, but after a very nice year that saw him pick up three more wins, he's back where he belongs. Where does he go from here, though? Does the ascent continue? Does he stall? Does he fall back? The easy answer is that he'll pick up another few wins this year, but that he won't improve on last year's results. That, however, isn't how Tiger operates. Yes, he did have his struggles last year and, no, he's not 2001-Tiger, but he's been in the mix at the majors and it's only a matter of time before he gets another one. His next major win should come in 2013, and it's not out of the question that he can improve upon his 2012 earnings. That said, he's a very risky pick in salary cap leagues as his upside is limited when looking at his cost for this season. In draft leagues, he should go right behind McIlroy.

3. Bubba Watson
Projected Earnings: $5,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 1
2012 Final Rank: 5
Events Played: 19
2013 Outlook: Three players in the top 5 of the 2012 money list did not capture a major last season, but Bubba Watson did. His win came at the Masters in April, and although he suffered a bit of a hangover, missing consecutive cuts, he quickly got back on track and by season's end was again on top of his game. With the "major" hurdle already out of the way, the sky is the limit for Watson. Considering that Watson only won once last season, it seems reasonable that he could top his earnings from 2012. Obviously, that will take a lot of things falling into place. He's not a horrible salary cap pick this season, but he's certainly a risky one. In draft leagues, he should go in the first round.

4. Jason Dufner
Projected Earnings: $4,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 1
2012 Final Rank: 4
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Dufner showed signs late in the 2011 season that he was ready to break out in 2012. Little did we know that he'd finish in the top 5 on the money list. Dufner had a tremendous 2012 season that included two wins and eight top-10 finishes. Also impressive was his ability to make it to the weekend; in 22 events, Dufner missed the cut once last season. He made the cut at all four majors, finishing no lower than 31st. That's a great sign as the next step is to capture a major, and Dufner has the talent and demeanor to do it. Now, the bad news. Dufner set the bar pretty high last year, and it will be difficult, though not impossible, to improve his earnings from last season. Any improvement likely will require a major victory, though that's not out of the question. Dufner is probably a little too risky to select in a salary cap league, but he's a first-rounder in draft leagues.

5. Justin Rose
Projected Earnings: $4,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 1
2012 Final Rank: 7
Events Played: 19
2013 Outlook: It took him a few years – well, actually, more than a decade - but it looks like Justin Rose has finally figured it out. In 2012, Rose captured his biggest victory when he won the WGC Cadillac Championship in March. He didn't stop there, however. He also carded a top-10 at the Masters in April and then a top-3 at the PGA Championship in August. To cap it all off, he finished runner-up at the Tour Championship in September. Rose played well throughout the season, which is another sign that he has his game together. The next step, of course, is winning a major, something he's certainly capable of. To improve on his 2012 number, he'll likely have to win a major. Even if he does capture that major, it will still be difficult to significantly top his 2012, which makes him a poor option in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should be considered near the end of round one.

6. Zach Johnson
Projected Earnings: $4,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 1
2012 Final Rank: 6
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Is it possible to have a quiet year while earning more than $4.5 million? Johnson sure had a nice season in 2012, but he was overshadowed by higher-profile players. That's fine with Johnson, however. He's operated under those circumstances his entire career, and it hasn't slowed him. It seems like an eternity since Johnson captured his green jacket, and even though he didn't ascend to new heights after that victory, he has managed to keep a high level of play. That level should return this year, as well. Johnson is about as steady as they come, and 2013 should look an awful lot like 2012, but therein lies the problem with Johnson in salary cap leagues. He will produce again in 2013, that is a given, but the odds are against a significant improvement from his 2012 earnings. In draft leagues, Johnson should be a late first-round selection.

7. Phil Mickelson
Projected Earnings: $4,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 1
2012 Final Rank: 8
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: After a couple "off" years in which he failed to earn $4 million, Mickelson pieced together a nice 2012 season and once again topped the $4 million mark. The only problem with his 2012 season was the way he finished. His lone win came early in the season at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February, and although his play didn't fade right away, it took a bit of a nose-dive after May. It wasn't until the beginning of September that Mickelson finally cracked the top 10 again. His play at the majors was even more concerning. His best major finish came at the PGA Championship where he tied for 36th. Mickelson's best days are probably behind him, but he's still capable of some mini-runs, including majors. In his prime, Mickelson could crush his 2012 number, but in his current state, it will be difficult to significantly top last season's earnings. As such, it would be wise to pass on him in salary cap leagues. As for draft leagues, he's still a first-round selection.

8. Brandt Snedeker
Projected Earnings: $4,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 1
2012 Final Rank: 3
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Snedeker was one of a handful of golfers who had a breakthrough season in 2012, and the future certainly looks bright for the 32-year-old from Nashville. What is perhaps most impressive about Snedeker's 2012 campaign is how he finished. After a solid regular season it would have been completely acceptable to coast to the end, but Snedeker did the exact opposite. Snedeker finished runner-up at the first FedEx Cup event last year and followed with a sixth-place finish at the Deutsche Bank Classic. After a hiccup at the BMW, Snedeker captured the Tour Championship, and the FedEx Cup along with it. It's hard to imagine the Snedeker could improve upon a very impressive 2012 season, but there's one thing he can do that would top it - win a major. He's certainly capable, but even if he does, it will be difficult to top his 2012 earnings. As such, he's not a wise pick in salary cap leagues. He is, however, a first-round pick in draft leagues.

9. Luke Donald
Projected Earnings: $4,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 1-2
2012 Final Rank: 14
Events Played: 17
2013 Outlook: Few players on the PGA TOUR can earn $3.5 million and underperform, as Donald did last season. Of course, when you earn $6.6 million the previous season, expectations are going to be high. Not only did Donald disappoint from an earnings perspective, but he also came up empty at the majors. Donald is the rare player, though, who has the potential to destroy a number in the mid-$3-million range. Heck, he did it just two years ago. The down side with Donald is the number of events he skips. Donald played in only 17 events last season and 19 in 2011. The upside is he plays in all the big events. He'll have to make the trips to those events count this year if he's going to improve his earnings from last season, but he's certainly capable. Donald is a pretty solid pick in salary cap leagues this year and should go late first round or early second round in draft leagues.

10. Matt Kuchar
Projected Earnings: $4,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 1-2
2012 Final Rank: 11
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Amazingly, at just less than $4 million, Kuchar's earnings fell for the second consecutive season last year. That's not to say a trend is developing, though. Kuchar constantly seems on the brink of greatness, yet he just can't seem to take the next step. Considering he's been one of the best players on the PGA TOUR the last three years, you have to think that the next step for Kuchar is inevitable. If he takes that next step this season, he likely would show a significant increase in earnings, but that's a big if. As with any player with a number this large, there's an inherent risk, but Kuchar, unlike some others near the top 10, might be the right golfer on whom to take a chance. In draft leagues, Kuchar should go late first or early second round.

11. Dustin Johnson
Projected Earnings: $4,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 1-2
2012 Final Rank: 19
Events Played: 19
2013 Outlook: Another who finished in 10-20 range on the 2012 money list, Dustin Johnson's season was somewhat of a disappointment. Yes, he picked up another win and his earnings number from last season was impressive, but Johnson has shown so much ability during his brief career that multiple wins are expected each season - and maybe a major thrown into the mix. Johnson did miss a good chunk of the season last year, and it took a little time to get back on track, so a slight decline in his production last season was certainly excusable. But it's about time that Johnson takes the next step. There are a few signs that the next step might come this season, including a run of four consecutive top-10s to close out the regular season last year. Johnson has more upside than just about anyone on the PGA TOUR, which makes him an interesting selection in salary cap leagues. The price is steep, but the potential payout is worth the risk. Johnson could go anywhere from late in round one to late in round two in drafts.

12. Webb Simpson
Projected Earnings: $4,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 1-2
2012 Final Rank: 17
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: After earning more than $6 million in 2011, expectations were sky high for Simpson entering last year. Although he didn't come near his earnings number from 2011, he did pick up his first major. One would have to guess that the major victory was worth more than the disparity in earnings from the previous year. Simpson's loss, however, is our gain as he's now a solid option in salary cap leagues for 2013. Simpson has as much talent as anyone on the PGA TOUR and as odd as it sounds, he has no business earning less than $4 million this season. Although he barely cracked the top 20 on the money list last year, Simpson should be considered in the first round of your draft league.

13. Hunter Mahan
Projected Earnings: $4,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 1-2
2012 Final Rank: 9
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: Mahan started last season like gangbusters, picking up two wins before the Masters. But after a T12 at Augusta, Mahan's season took a turn for the worse. Of his final 16 events, Mahan earned only two top-10s, one coming at the Tour Championship where the field consisted of only 30 golfers. It's a little concerning that he underperformed over the final six months of the season; he's simply too talented to allow himself to fall into a funk. The problem with Mahan is his consistency. Throughout his entire career, Mahan has had a nasty habit of disappearing for long stretches, seasons at a time in some cases. He's capable of topping his earnings from last season, but unlike others in last year's top 10, Mahan is simply too much of a risk to take at that price. In salary cap leagues he should go late in the first or early in the second round.

14. Keegan Bradley
Projected Earnings: $4,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 1-2
2012 Final Rank: 10
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Bradley was a prime candidate to go through a post-major slump in 2012, but he wanted nothing to do with that. Bradley is always mentally there, if you will, so don't expect a long slump anytime soon. With one major under his belt and three career wins, it looks like this is just the beginning for Bradley. A look at his earnings from year one to year two, however, is a little concerning. Bradley earned just less than $3.8 million in 2012 and only beat that mark by roughly $150K last year. Sure, he did so without the benefit of a major win, but it just goes to show how difficult it is to make a big move from year to year when you start at such a high salary. Bradley is not an outrageous pick at his price, but he's certainly a risky one. He'll pick up a win or two this year, but to top his earnings from 2012, he'll have to get those wins in the right spots. He is a late first, early second-round pick in draft leagues.

15. Adam Scott
Projected Earnings: $4,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 2
2012 Final Rank: 25
Events Played: 16
2013 Outlook: A caddie change and a torrid finish to the 2011 season gave everyone the impression that Adam Scott was about to take off into the stratosphere, but a sluggish start to the 2012 season put an end to that speculation. It wasn't until early July that Scott again resembled the player that won the WGC Bridgestone Invitational the previous August. He resembled that player, but he never quite matched that player. Though he came close a couple times, most notably at the US Open, Scott was unable to find a victory last season. Odds are he'll find at least one this season, but is the extremely high upside still there? I think so, which makes his selection at this price fairly easy. In draft leagues, Scott should probably go in the 2nd round.

16. Nick Watney
Projected Earnings: $4,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 2
2012 Final Rank: 22
Events Played: 26
2013 Outlook: With two wins and over $5 million in earnings in 2011, Watney appeared to be ready to ascend to the top of the PGA TOUR in 2012 and although that didn't happen, Watney still managed to have a pretty decent season. Of course when you set the bar as high as he did in 2011, there are bound to be detractors, but Watney seems like the type of player that is going to be pretty steady no matter the situation. Watney doesn't seem like a guy who likes the spotlight so much as and such, maybe he'll be better off entering the 2013 a bit under the radar. The talent is certainly there as well as the demeanor, so it's only a matter of time before he gets back to where he was in 2011. If he gets there in 2013, then his selection will prove very wise, if not, then he should at minimum match what he did last year. In drafts, Watney should go in the 2nd round.

17. Rickie Fowler
Projected Earnings: $4,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 2
2012 Final Rank: 21
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: It seemed to take forever, but it was actually only a few years before Rickie Fowler broke through with his first PGA TOUR victory. It felt that way because Fowler nearly won so early in his career and then seemed to regress during his sophomore campaign. Whatever the reason, that's all in the past as Fowler has that monkey off his back and can now look ahead to the next step. Fowler is one of the uber-talented young players on the PGA TOUR, and his ceiling is about as high as anyone's. As for 2013, there's no reason to think he'll regress, and there's plenty of reason to think he'll improve yet again, which makes him a great pick in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues he could go as early as the second round.

18. Jim Furyk
Projected Earnings: $3,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 2
2012 Final Rank: 12
Events Played: 24
2013 Outlook: One word can sum up Furyk's 2012 season - frustrating. Perhaps another word - maddening. Furyk was in position to win a few times last season, but each and every time he squandered his lead. To say he was in position is an understatement. He outright had a win in the bag a couple times last season only to fall apart on Sunday. If this were 10 years ago, you could chalk up such play to just an off year, but considering Furyk is getting up there in age (42), you have to wonder if he's slipping just a bit. Twelfth on the money list is nothing to sneeze at; he had a good year, but it could have been so much more. Furyk won't fall off the face of the Earth this season, he'll still be in the mix, but don't expect much of an improvement in his earnings this season. In draft leagues, Furyk is a second-round pick.

19. Louis Oosthuizen
Projected Earnings: $3,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 2
2012 Final Rank: 15
Events Played: 19
2013 Outlook: Oosthuizen got off to a slow start last season and although he showed some signs of life in early April, his season didn't really get started until August. A top-5 finish at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational started a stretch of seven consecutive top-25s that he'll carry into 2013. Like many on the PGA TOUR, Oosthuizen is a world traveler and his focus will never entirely be on just the PGA TOUR, but if he plays like he did last season, especially at the end, it won't matter. The problem with Oosthuizen, though, is the number of events he plays, coupled with the lack of a track record in the states. As such, it would probably be wise to pass on Oosthuizen in salary cap leagues this year. In draft leagues, Oosthiuzen is a late second-round pick.

20. Carl Pettersson
Projected Earnings: $3,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 2-3
2012 Final Rank: 13
Events Played: 26
2013 Outlook: A surprise top-20 entrant on the money list last season, Pettersson did last year what he does often - got hot for small stretches. His first run came at the beginning of April when he finished runner-up at the Shell Houston Open and followed that two weeks later with a win at the RBC Heritage. As is his custom, a slump followed, but by August he was back in a groove. A tie for third at the PGA Championship was followed by a tie for fourth the following week at the Wyndham Championship, and a top-20 finish on the money list was in sight. Although his results last season weren't typical, that erratic pattern is what you can expect from Pettersson. The problem is his highs aren't always as high as they were last year, while the lows are about the same every year. As such, Pettersson probably isn't a good salary cap pick this season. In draft leagues, he should go late second round or early third round.

21. Graeme McDowell
Projected Earnings: $3,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 3
2012 Final Rank: 31
Events Played: 16
2013 Outlook: McDowell finished just outside the top 30 last season, which had everything to do with a poor finish to his season. Prior to the final month, McDowell was having quite a season, posting two runner-up finishes along with two other top-10s. Most impressive, though, was his performance at the majors. McDowell finished runner-up at the U.S. Open and notched a top-5 at the Open Championship. He finished just outside the top 10 at both the Masters and the PGA Championship. McDowell struggled a bit after his U.S. Open win a couple years ago, but he appears to be back to his old form, and this could be a big year if he continues his high level of play at the majors. McDowell should go in the third round in draft leagues.

22. Sergio Garcia
Projected Earnings: $3,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 3
2012 Final Rank: 29
Events Played: 16
2013 Outlook: The year was 2008 and Sergio Garcia was about to ascend to the top of the golf world. He was coming off a season where he won the Players Championship and earned nearly $5 million. Then the calendar turned to 2009 and suddenly Garcia lost his game. Although he earned plenty of money the next three years, he was unquestionably in a slump - until August last season when Garcia again entered the winner's circle. Garcia played well in small little spurts during the previous three years and even finished with a top-5 in his first event of 2012, but this was different. For the first time in a while, it felt like the old Sergio was back. He nearly won the following week and finished the season well enough to make us believe that he indeed is back. If that's the case, then he's a must-have at this price. If not, he should return a at least a similar price - unless he goes into a three-year hibernation again. In draft leagues, Garcia will probably go higher than he should because of his name, but anything higher than the third round is probably too early.

23. Bo Van Pelt
Projected Earnings: $3,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 3
2012 Final Rank: 23
Events Played: 24
2013 Outlook: It took Bo Van Pelt many years to get his first PGA TOUR win, and after this breakthrough victory in 2009, it was assumed that his career would take off. While he hasn't exactly taken off, he's turned into quite the consistent player the last three years. He's still waiting for his second win on the PGA TOUR, but as long as he's pulling in $3 million per year, he's OK where he's at. For Van Pelt, it's simple: turn those top-10s into top-5s, or even wins, and the earnings will soar. If he fails to do that, then he'll simply remain where he's at now. There's no reason to think he'll regress this year, and there is some upside, but probably not quite enough to take him in this spot. In draft leagues, Van Pelt should go near the end of round three.

24. Steve Stricker
Projected Earnings: $3,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 3
2012 Final Rank: 18
Events Played: 19
2013 Outlook: At age 45, Steve Stricker is still holding steady, but his play has little chance of improving as the years go on. Stricker's earnings have fallen each year since he topped out at more than $6 million in 2009. When he was a bit younger, the potential for a huge season like that was always there, but not anymore. Stricker will still shine from time to time, and $3-4 million is certainly within reach, but anything more is highly unlikely. That said, it's probably best to avoid Stricker in salary cap leagues this season. As for draft leagues, he should probably go somewhere in the third round.

25. Ernie Els
Projected Earnings: $3,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 3
2012 Final Rank: 16
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Early reports of Ernie Els' demise were indeed premature. Then again, you wouldn't be blamed if you thought that his sub-$1-million performance in 2011 was a sign of things to come. After all, he's not getting any younger (43). Els appears to have his game figured out as he enters the 2013 season, but he may have set the bar too high last season. Although he still resembles the old Ernie from time to time, those flashes of brilliance are becoming more rare. As such, Els is not a good salary cap pick this season. In draft leagues he should go somewhere in the third round.

26. Lee Westwood
Projected Earnings: $3,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 3
2012 Final Rank: 24
Events Played: 15
2013 Outlook: Last season was another good year for Lee Westwood, emphasis on the word good. It seems as though a great year is always just around the corner, but Westwood can never quite get there, at least on the PGA TOUR anyway. Although that great season may never come, Westwood is still one of the most consistent golfers on tour. The problem with Westwood is the number of PGA TOUR events he plays each year. Westwood will always be committed overseas, and even though he'll reportedly play more in the U.S. this year, it's not like he'll play 20-plus events this season. While you can expect a bunch of high finishes from Westwood this season, it won't be enough to justify his selection in a salary cap format. In draft leagues he should go in the third round.

27. Ryan Moore
Projected Earnings: $3,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 3
2012 Final Rank: 26
Events Played: 24
2013 Outlook: Ryan Moore seems to be stuck in a bit of a rut. It's a rut many on the PGA TOUR would like to be in, but Moore has the ability for much more; he just can't seem to tap into it. He has loads of talent and from time to time we get to see it, but for the most part he leaves the golfing public wanting. He certainly has upside, but the inability to tap into it makes him a risky pick at this price. It's possible this is Moore's breakout year, but there's nothing to base that on other than optimism. In draft leagues, he should go in the third round.

28. Bill Haas
Projected Earnings: $3,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 3-4
2012 Final Rank: 33
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: The 2011 FedEx Cup Champion looked to be on his way to elite status after an early season win at the Northern Trust Open, but for some reason Haas lost his game after that win. It didn't happen immediately - Haas managed a couple top-30s in the weeks following that win - but within about a month or so, he started missing cuts, four of six to be exact. He never did get his game back before the end of the regular season, and only a couple strong outings during the fall season saved what was otherwise a disappointing season. It is that fall season, though, that leads us to believe Haas could return to his 2011 form this season. Haas has a lot of upside and at this number, he's certainly worth a look. In draft leagues he should go late third or early fourth.

29. Robert Garrigus
Projected Earnings: $2,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 3-4
2012 Final Rank: 20
Events Played: 26
2013 Outlook: Last season was full of surprise for Garrigus. First, he more than doubled his previous years' earnings while topping $3 million in the process. More surprising, perhaps, was he did so without a single victory. To accomplish that feat, Garrigus had to play extremely well throughout the year, which he did, finishing runner-up four times. One could take that as a negative - an inability to finish - but Garrigus is no stranger to winning on the PGA TOUR; he simply had a tough time closing last year. But Garrigus made such a huge jump in earnings last season, it's hard to imagine he can do it again this year. He will probably regress a bit this year, which makes him a poor selection in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should go late in the third round or early in the fourth round.

30. Jason Day
Projected Earnings: $3,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 3-5
2012 Final Rank: 88
Events Played: 17
2013 Outlook: Day's 2012 season was one of the more bizarre seasons in recent memory. It's not that anything strange happened, it's just that so much was expected of Day last year and he just fell flat at every turn. Day earned nearly $4 million in 2011, but that wasn't the most impressive part. He finished runner-up at the Masters and the U.S. Open. There was no reason to think that Day would regress at all in 2012, and yet, he did more than just regress - he flat-out stunk for most of the season. His loss is our gain, though. His earnings number is so low this season that he's a must have at this price. In draft leagues, Day should could go anywhere from the third to the fifth round.

31. Jonas Blixt
Projected Earnings: $3,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 4
2012 Final Rank: 34
Events Played: 21
2013 Outlook: When Blixt teed it up at the Frys.com Open in mid-October he had already secured his card for this season, but complacency wasn't an option for Blixt. Four days later, Blixt had his first PGA TOUR win, and he now enters 2013 with top-50 status. If his October victory was the lone bright spot on his resume, it would be hard to recommend him for this season, but his 2012 consisted of far more than just that one win. Blixt had a streak of three consecutive top-10s thwarted by a rib injury, and it took a while to get back into form. Once healthy, though, he again thrived. Considering Blixt missed a big chunk of the season, he should have little problem topping his earnings from last season, which makes him a solid salary cap selection this year. In draft leagues, Blixt should go in the fourth round.

32. John Huh
Projected Earnings: $2,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 4
2012 Final Rank: 28
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: From Q-School to the winner's circle in just a matter of months. It's not supposed to be as easy as Huh made it look last year, but every once in a while a golfer just gets it right away, no adjustment period needed. Huh's win came in Puerto Rico, which, of course, is absent the best players in the world, but a rookie will take what he can get. The good news on Huh is he didn't coast after that victory. He kept at it and by season's end, he had two more top-5s on this resume, both coming at full-field events. Huh should continue to play well in his sophomore season, but he did set the bar pretty high last year. It's probably wise to pass on him this season in salary cap leagues because there's little history. In draft leagues, he should go in the fourth round.

33. Kevin Na
Projected Earnings: $2,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 4
2012 Final Rank: 38
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Na finally got healthy a few years ago, and we are starting to see just how good he can be. Last seaosn wasn't his best year, but he played well for the most part and avoided those lulls that many players endure. Na has historically done most of his damage early in the season, and last year was no different. If he can ever carry that play over to the rest of the season, he could really leave a mark on the PGA TOUR. Either way, his earnings number from last year is very reasonable, and owners should take a long look at Na this season in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should go in the fourth round.

34. Scott Piercy
Projected Earnings: $2,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 4
2012 Final Rank: 27
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: Piercy is at a pivotal stage in his career development. He has two wins under his belt and he's put two good seasons together, but most of his earnings have come at events with weaker fields. Not the weakest fields of the year, but events where most of the big guns are absent. If he wants to take the next step he really needs to step up his game when the best players in the world are present. As such, Piercy is priced too high going into this season for salary leagues. In draft leagues, he'll probably go in round four.

35. Tim Clark
Projected Earnings: $2,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 4
2012 Final Rank: 61
Events Played: 20
2013 Outlook: It took Clark a little while to get going last season as he recovered from elbow surgery, but by season's end, he regained his old form. Back to full health, Clark should again reach $2 million with relative ease, which makes him a solid pick in salary cap leagues. If he can regain his form from three years ago, he becomes a must at this price. Either way, the upside is high and the risk is low. In draft leagues, Clark should go in the fourth round.

36. Bud Cauley
Projected Earnings: $2,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 4
2012 Final Rank: 44
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: After a late-season surge as a non-member in 2011, a lot was expected of Cauley in 2012, and he delivered. Cauley missed his fare share of cuts (seven of 28 events played), but for the most part, he remained pretty steady the entire year. While Cauley isn't a must at this price, he's pretty darn close. There's no reason to think he'll regress this season, and his upside is tremendous, so he's as good a pick as you'll find in this range. Cauley might go a little early in draft leagues because he was highly touted last season, but the fourth round is probably where he should be slotted.

37. Seung-Yul Noh
Projected Earnings: $2,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 4-5
2012 Final Rank: 49
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: Noh started his rookie season pretty well last year with a couple top-25s early, but he really caught stride near season's end, which is a good sign entering this season. Among the highlights were three top-10s in seven events during summer and a stretch of five top-25s in his last seven events to close the year. Noh has a load of talent and at this price, he's almost of a must. There's no reason to think last year was a fluke, as he played well from beginning to end. If he takes his game up a notch this season it could result in a significant increase in earnings. In draft leagues, Noh should go in the fourth or fifth round.

38. J.B. Holmes
Projected Earnings: $2,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 4-5
2012 Final Rank: 80
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: All things considered, Holmes had a pretty good season last year, but his earnings were well below what we've come to expect. However, when you consider he was coming off offseason brain surgery, his earnigns look just fine. Holmes is really a $2-3 million player, but the issue with his brain has affected his last two seasons. Now that he's fully recovered and more than 12 months removed from surgery, Holmes should again start to resemble the player we saw in 2010. Holmes could go as early as the fourth round in draft leagues but should probably go in the fifth.

39. Kyle Stanley
Projected Earnings: $2,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 4-5
2012 Final Rank: 32
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: It was a tale of two seasons in 2012 for Kyle Stanley. The first season was incredible. It started with a runner-up at the Farmers Insurance Open and continued with a win the next week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. That win was made all the more impressive by how he fell apart at the Farmers. It was at that point that Stanley was declared the next big thing; after all, he'd hit the low of lows by blowing a late lead at the Farmers and came back the very next week to win. That showed that not only did he have the skills, but he also had the mindset to make it on tour. Then came the second season, one which Stanley would like to forget. Suffice to say, he struggled. Which Stanley should we expect in 2013? Probably one that's closer to the early-season Stanley from last year, but he's still too risky at this price. In draft leagues, he should go late in the fourth round or early fifth round.

40. Martin Laird
Projected Earnings: $2,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 4-5
2012 Final Rank: 36
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Laird is a two-time winner on the PGA TOUR, but last season he failed to crack the winner's circle. He did, however, pick up two runner-up finishes, one of which came at the Players Championship. After that runner-up finish his play was unspectacular, failing to earn a single top-10 the remainder of the season. Laird is a solid player and worth a look at this price, but his upside might be limited. In draft leagues, Laird should go in the fourth or fifth round.

41. Ben Curtis
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 4-5
2012 Final Rank: 30
Events Played: 19
2013 Outlook: After three consecutive years earning less than $1 million, Curtis was all but left for dead. His worst year of the three came in 2011 when he failed to crack $500K. This from the former Open Champion who had several titles under his belt. Curtis was never one who could be trusted, though. He went through a major slump after his Open win and finally broke it with, not one, but two wins in one season. He maintained a fairly high level of play until 2009 when he hit a major rut. Now it looks like he's out of his funk once again. But can you really trust a guy who's been known to disappear for years at a time? He's simply too risky at this price in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he's probably a fourth- or fifth-round pick.

42. Charl Schwartzel
Projected Earnings: $2,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 89
Events Played: 16
2013 Outlook: Is this what you call a Masters' hangover? Schwartzel captured the 2012 Masters and as is often the case with first -time major winner's, he suffered a bit of a hangover - the following year. OK, so maybe that wasn't the case, Schwartzel actually started 2012 quite well, but after a pair of top-5s early on, Schwartzel simply lost his game. He didn't fall apart completely, but he also couldn't manage a single top-10 either. Odds are he'll bounce back this season, and at this price there's no reason not to take him. In draft leagues, Schwartzel should go in the fifth round.

43. Aaron Baddeley
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 76
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Earning little more than $1.2 million in any season is a disappointment for Baddeley, but to do so after topping $3 million the previous year is even more disheartening. Baddeley has too much talent to end up where he did last season, and it's only a matter of time before he gets back to the where he was in 2011. Baddeley's troubles can be directly attributed to his performance at the majors. Of his four tries, his best finish came at the Masters where he finished T40. He also missed the cut at The Players Championship. Those are some big purses that he missed out on last year and odds are he won't miss them this year. Expect Badds to get back on track this season and surpass his 2012 earnings quite easily. In draft leagues, look for him in the fifth round.

44. Ben Kohles
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Talk about feeling confident about your game: Kohles made headlines around the golfing world in July when he won right out of the gate in his Web.com Tour debut at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational in a playoff, and then backed it up the very next week at the Cox Classic when he closed Sunday with a 62. In just 10 starts he amassed more than $300,000 in earnings and cemented his place in Web.com Tour history. Watch out for him being a John Huh-type, winning in his first year on tour, possibly in an opposite-field event to a World Golf Championship or The Open Championship. He's a bit of a risk as a rookie but should pay off in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he's worth a fifth-round pick.

45. Brendon de Jonge
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 39
Events Played: 31
2013 Outlook: Brendon de Jonge started quickly during his rookie season in 2010, but he fell back to Earth during his sophomore season. Last year was a pivotal season as it was time to decide which player he was going to be - the one who topped $2 million as a rookie in 2010 or the player who barely topped $1 million as a sophomore. De Jonge tried to put those questions to rest early, but after a couple of good starts, de Jonge began to struggle. It wasn't until June that he started to pull out of his funk and by the end of the year he was back to where he was as a rookie. This could be a sign that he's ready to take off, but he hasn't shown an explosive upside yet. Therefore, it's probably wise to pass on him this year. In draft leagues, he should go in the fifth round.

46. Geoff Ogilvy
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 71
Events Played: 20
2013 Outlook: It's difficult to underperform for a long period. After a while, perceptions change and expectations are altered. That hasn't been the case for Ogilvy, though, as each and every year the golfing public expects Ogilvy to return to the form that helped him capture the 2006 U.S. Open, and each and every year he lets us down. In fact, he appears to be getting worse each year. His earnings have dropped steadily since 2009, and his game is fading fast. Here's the problem, though: Ogilvy's upside is so high, it's almost impossible to pass him up at this price. He may continue to regress this season, but at this price, you have to take the chance. In draft leagues, he'll probably go too early, but anything earlier than the fifth round is a mistake.

47. Ian Poulter
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 45
Events Played: 15
2013 Outlook: Poulter seems to be perpetually on the verge of greatness, yet he's never quite made it to the mountain top. He's certainly had his moments and is generally someone you can count on to show up during the majors, but is he ever going to reach the level of his fellow European stars like Lee Westwood or Luke Donald? Probably not. but that doesn't mean that he can't put up some big numbers along the way. Poulter's in a tricky spot entering the season. He's certainly capable of crushing the earnings he posted last year, but more likely he'll only slightly improve. In draft leagues, he should go in the fifth round.

48. John Senden
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 42
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: There are a few different ways to get to nearly $2 million on the PGA TOUR. One is to win somewhere along the line and do little the rest of the season; another is to gobble up top-10s throughout the year. Senden chose the latter route last season as he earned five top-10s but was unable to crack the top 3 at any point. Senden is capable winning on the PGA TOUR, he's done it before, and to significantly improve this year, he'll have to do it again. The odds are probably against that this year, and as such, it's probably wise to pass on him in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should go in the fifth round.

49. K.J. Choi
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 102
Events Played: 21
2013 Outlook: Choi started the 2012 season the way he ended the 2011 season. He finished top-5 at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions and cashed a check for nearly $250K. From that point, though, Choi never resembled the player who won more than $4 million in 2012. That's right, from more than $4 million in 2012 to less than $1 million the following season. It's not often a player falls that far without an injury, but Choi somehow pulled it off. While his numbers from 2011 might have been inflated, he's certainly better than what he showed last year, and as such, he's a great pick for salary cap teams this year. In draft leagues, expect Choi to go in the fifth round.

50. Marc Leishman
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 41
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: Leishman has shown himself to be a solid player on the PGA TOUR, but he's yet to show huge upside. Leishman finished solo-third at the Byron Nelson in May and followed with a win at the Travelers in June. Other than that, he didn't do much outside a couple top-20s early in the season. To have value in salary cap leagues, Leishman will need to sprinkle in a few more top-10s this season. He's certainly capable, but he's still too much of a risk at this price. In draft leagues, he should go in the fifth round.

51. Matt Every
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 40
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Matt Every's second go-round on the PGA TOUR was much better than his first try. Some golfers need an adjustment period, and Every looks like he's finally comfortable on the PGA TOUR. Most promising for Every is that he played well at full-field events, including the Valero Texas Open where he finished runner-up and the Memorial where he finished T6. Every should continue to improve his season, but not enough to justify a selection in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, Every should go in the fifth round.

52. Spencer Levin
Projected Earnings: $2,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 68
Events Played: 26
2013 Outlook: After a third-place showing at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in early February followed by a top-10 the next week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, it appeared as though Levin was well on his way to matching or exceeding his $2.3 million from 2011. His play dropped off, however, after his hot start and it took quite a while to get it back. A fourth-place finish at The Memorial in May stemmed the tide, but once again, after that outing, his game fell. That trend is a little disturbing, but Levin has the talent to break it this year. Look for him to get back to his 2011 form this season and play more consistently. Levin looks like a bargain at this price - grab him in your salary cap league. In draft leagues, he's a fifth-round pick.

53. Ben Crane
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 46
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: Crane got off to a hot start in 2012, but after the calendar turned to March he struggled to find the top 10. Luckily for Crane, his play in the first two months was enough to secure his card for the 2013 season. Considering how he ended the 2011 season, you have to wonder if his early season play last year was simply a continuation of that. If that's the case, then he could be in trouble this year as he ended the 2012 season poorly, as well. If healthy, Crane won't fall off the map, he's too good for that, but the signs are pointing to a mediocre season in 2013. In draft leagues, Crane should go in the fifth round.

54. Charlie Wi
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 43
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Wi has yet to win on the PGA TOUR, but he's come close several times. A couple of those close calls came last season. The first came at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am where he finished runner-up, the second at the Greenbrier Classic where he finished T3. This seems to be typical of Wi. He'll come close a couple times a year and maybe break through once, but he's unlikely to breakout with a huge season. As such, there's no reason to take him in a salary cap format. In draft leagues, wait until the fifth round before considering him.

55. Johnson Wagner
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 35
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: Wagner started the 2012 season on fire with a win at the Sony Open and a runner-up finish the following week at the Humana Challenge. Johnson's play started to decline thereafter, though. At first, the decline was gradual, but after a top-30 at the Shell Houston Open in early April, he completely fell off the map. How bad did it get? Not a single top-30 in 17 events after the Shell. That's not uncommon for Wagner, though; his is how he operates and this is probably what he'll do this year again. The problem, of course is, what happens if he doesn't find a win this season? In any case, he's not a reliable option in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he's a fifth-round pick.

56. Jonathan Byrd
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 50
Events Played: 21
2013 Outlook: It's pretty simple when it comes to Byrd. If he wins, he's in for a big year. If not, he'll end up near $1.5 million in earnings. Not exactly a bad formula for a salary cap pick; after all, the point is to find upside while minimizing risk and Byrd can do both. Just how much upside is the question. Byrd won as recently as 2011 and has had a habit of backing up mediocre seasons with good ones, so with that logic he's due for another solid season. Byrd is certainly worth consideration in salary cap leagues this year. In draft leagues, he should go in the fifth round.

57. Mark Wilson
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 5
2012 Final Rank: 37
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Mark Wilson picked up another win in 2012 (that makes five for those counting at home). More impressive, perhaps, was a third-place finish at the WGC Match Play event. After that, however, there wasn't much to write home about. Honestly, Wilson's play after his third-place finish was downright awful. A series of missed cuts and finishes in the 60s filled his resume for the remainder of the year. But if you've followed Wilson throughout his career, that's what you get. He'll look bad for long stretches, then pop up on the leaderboard one random week and eke out a win. Not exactly the type of player you want to spend your money on in a salary cap league, but he has some value in a standard draft, probably in the fifth round.

58. Jeff Overton
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 5-6
2012 Final Rank: 52
Events Played: 29
2013 Outlook: After a strong finish to the 2010 season and a good showing at he Ryder Cup, Overton's career looked to be taking off, but for some reason he stalled during the 2011 season and only slightly recovered last year. Overton appears to have everything a player needs to succeed on the PGA TOUR, but the post-Ryder Cup slump is a little troubling. That said, his earnings number is set pretty low, making him a good choice in a salary cap league. In draft leagues, he should go in the fifth or sixth round.

59. Jimmy Walker
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 5-6
2012 Final Rank: 48
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: Last season was Walker's third on the PGA TOUR, and he's improved each year. He increased his earnings in each of the last three seasons, but the increments have been relatively small. A larger increase in earnings is possible, though, as he showed signs early last season that he might be ready for bigger things. Considering his consistency the last few years, the risk is pretty low, which makes Walker a decent option in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, Walker should go in the fifth or sixth round.

60. Kevin Stadler
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 6
2012 Final Rank: 54
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Stadler had a banner year in 2012 as he surpassed $1 million for the first time in his career while posting a career-high five top-10s. Stadler is a workhorse; he's going to play a lot this year just like he has the last few years, which means plenty of opportunity. He might not break the bank, but with so many opportunities to earn money, he's bound to find some top-10s along the way. To improve last year's earnings, though, he'll need to turn some of those top-10s into top-5s. As long as he continues his progression, he should do just that. He's worth a look in salary cap leagues and worth a sixth-round pick in draft leagues.

61. David Toms
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 6
2012 Final Rank: 47
Events Played: 19
2013 Outlook: Toms surprised the golfing world when he nearly earned $4 million in 2011. Previously, all signs pointed to a player on the decline. Toms resembled that player in 2012, and that is probably the player we'll get for the remainder of his PGA TOUR career. Toms is 46 entering the 2012 season, and his best golf is behind him. He'll start to fade this season, though it will be a slow fade. As such, he's obviously not a good pick in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, however, he can be useful as a sixth-round pick.

62. Padraig Harrington
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 6
2012 Final Rank: 53
Events Played: 18
2013 Outlook: Undoubtedly, Harrington's 2011 season was a fluke. Whether his 2012 season is more indicative of his skills is the question. All was not rosy for Harrington last year, though. While he doubled his earnings from the previous season, he only managed three top-10s and only one top-5. It looks like Harrington's best days are behind him, but he's still capable of producing at a fairly high level, just not high enough to justify a selection at his price. In draft leagues, Harrington should go in the sixth round.

63. Lucas Glover
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 6
2012 Final Rank: 216
Events Played: 16
2013 Outlook: Glover spent all last season dealing with a bum knee and it showed in his results. Glover could play on a medical extension this season, but he doesn't need it. He's still exempt from his win at the 2009 U.S. Open. As long as Glover is healthy this season, he should have no problem surpassing $1 million in earnings, which makes him a must-have in salary cap formats. In draft leagues, he should probably go somewhere near round six.

64. Casey Wittenberg
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 6-7
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 1
2013 Outlook: Casey Wittenberg is likely to come into this season as the most highly touted player in a while. In his lone start on the PGA TOUR last year he finished in the top 10 at the U.S. Open. If that's not impressive enough, how about finishing atop the Web.com money list? There's a reason he's so highly touted, he's loaded with talent. If he can handle the spotlight, he should have a big year. He has enough upside to land a roster spot in salary cap leagues and should be a sixth- or seventh-round pick in draft leagues.

65. Harris English
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 6-7
2012 Final Rank: 79
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: English didn't exactly make a splash during his rookie season on the PGA TOUR, but he did show a lot of consistency, especially for a first-year player. English teed it up 27 times last year and missed only five cuts. Although he only cracked the top 5 once last season, he posted 10 top-25 finishes. The future appears bright for English, and at his price, he's probably worth a shot in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should probably go in the sixth or seventh round.

66. Sean O'Hair
Projected Earnings: $1,750,000
Projected Draft Round: 6-7
2012 Final Rank: 84
Events Played: 24
2013 Outlook: O'Hair fell into a terrible slump in 2011, but a late-season win gave him hope that everything was falling back into place. A quick start to the 2012 season and suddenly the slump that nearly engulfed his entire 2011 campaign was gone - or was it? O'Hair finished runner-up at the Sony Open in January, but after that he earned only one top-10 the rest of the year. That's essentially nine months with only one top-10. That's how he'll enter the season this year. There's always a chance that O'Hair stays in this funk, but at his price, it's too hard to pass on him. In draft leagues, he should go in the sixth or seventh round.

67. John Rollins
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 6-7
2012 Final Rank: 59
Events Played: 26
2013 Outlook: Rollins played pretty well last season - when he made the cut. Unfortunately, he missed the cut too often last year. Of his 26 starts, he missed the cut 11 times. Once past the cut line, though, he did some damage on the weekend. In total, he cracked the top 15 nine times. He didn't have many high-end finishes, though, which is why his number in near $1.5 million. Rollins has the potential to earn much more than he did last year, but we haven't seen that type of game from him in a while. It's probably wise to pass on Rollins this season in salary cap formats. In draft leagues, he's a sixth- or seventh-round pick.

68. Ryan Palmer
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 6-7
2012 Final Rank: 58
Events Played: 24
2013 Outlook: Palmer last won on the PGA TOUR early in 2010, and while he's gone almost 36 months since that victory he's still managed to put up some good numbers. The problem with Palmer is his timing. He rarely plays well in big events, which is reflected in his earnings. Palmer may sneak a win in this season, but until he plays better when there's more on the line, he won't improve his earnings significantly. As such, Palmer is not a good option in salary cap formats this season. In draft leagues, look for him in the sixth or seventh round.

69. Tommy Gainey
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 6-7
2012 Final Rank: 55
Events Played: 32
2013 Outlook: It's still hard to believe Gainey started his PGA TOUR journey on a game show, but make no mistake, Gainey has earned the right to stay on the tour. It gives you an idea of how little separates the majority of players on the PGA TOUR from the lower-level tours. Gainey appears to be locked in now, but can he get much better? To do so, he'll need to play better during the heart of the PGA TOUR season, something he did in 2011, but not last season. Gainey should be a pretty safe pick as a salary cap selection, but his upside looks limited. In draft leagues, he's a sixth- or seventh-round pick.

70. Blake Adams
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7
2012 Final Rank: 73
Events Played: 32
2013 Outlook: The story of Blake Adams' season is one of trial and error, and trial and error. Adams teed it up 32 times last season, and although he failed quite a bit, he managed to make the weekend 21 times. And on the weekend, he played pretty well. While he had few high-end finishes, he earned nine top-25s. Adams is likely to play almost every week again this season, so if he can turn some of those top-25s into top-10s, he'll prove to be a bargain. The risk is low with Adams and the upside is relatively high, which makes him a solid choice for salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, Adams should go in the seventh round.

71. Charles Howell III
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7
2012 Final Rank: 67
Events Played: 29
2013 Outlook: Howell III has proven over the years that you don't need to win to make some good money on the PGA TOUR. He uses a recipe that includes a bunch of starts on the weekend, several top-25s and a handful of top-10s to earn somewhere between $1-2 million each of the last five seasons. Expect a similar recipe this season, as well. While he's capable of winning on the PGA TOUR, we haven't seen that form in quite a while, so don't expect it this season. Howell III doesn't offer much upside, but he's certainly a safe pick in salary cap formats. In draft leagues, he should go in the seventh round.

72. Charley Hoffman
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7
2012 Final Rank: 69
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: Hoffman surpassed $10 million on the PGA TOUR last year. To reach that feat, you have to be really good for a short period or pretty good for a long period. Hoffman falls into the latter category. He's been a regular on the PGA TOUR since 2006, and every season, with the exception of 2008, he's topped $1 million in earnings. His peak came in 2010 when he earned more than $2.5 million. That was supposed to be the start of big things, but Hoffman has since struggled to find his best form. He's probably a better golfer than he's shown the last couple years, but probably not worth the risk this season, either. In draft leagues, he should be available in the seventh round.

73. D.A. Points
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7
2012 Final Rank: 56
Events Played: 29
2013 Outlook: Points broke through for his first PGA TOUR win in 2011 and in the process topped $2 million for the first time. Last year he regressed a bit, but he still managed to put up some good numbers. The biggest issue with Points is his inconsistency. He plays a bunch of events each year, but he misses a lot of cuts. It looks like Points isn't quite ready to take the next step until he can find some consistency. As such, he's not a good choice in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he's likely a seventh-round selection.

74. Scott Stallings
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7
2012 Final Rank: 66
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: Scott Stallings picked up a win for the second consecutive year last season, but after earning nearly $2 million in 2011, his earnings dropped to less than $1.3 million in 2012. That's not exactly the progression you want see from a player who earned his first victory the season before. But he finished better than he started, so perhaps he was suffering from a first-win hangover early last season. Stallings has upside, making him worth a look in salary cap leagues. He may not be the most reliable player, however, so the risk is high. In draft leagues, he should go in the seventh round.

75. Y.E. Yang
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7
2012 Final Rank: 153
Events Played: 20
2013 Outlook: Yang's drop-off last year was astounding. He went from nearly $2.5 million to less than $500K. Usually when a player of his caliber goes missing like that, there's an injury to blame. That wasn't the case with Yang, though, he simply lost his game last year. Fortunately, he's still exempt because of his win at the 2009 PGA Championship. Yang is simply too good to miss the top 125 again, and as such, he's a must-have at his price. In draft leagues, he could be taken anywhere in the second half of the draft.

76. Ken Duke
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 7
2012 Final Rank: 57
Events Played: 30
2013 Outlook: Duke made the most of his return to the PGA TOUR last season by securing his card fairy early. Duke posted his fourth top-10 by early June, and from there, well, he coasted a bit. At least that's how it appears. Duke didn't accomplish much in the second half of the season, which is a little worrisome entering this season. Duke also turns 44 this year, so his numbers on the PGA TOUR might be limited. He will probably do enough to secure his card this season, but beyond that, don't expect too much. In draft leagues, he should go in the seventh round.

77. Brian Harman
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7-8
2012 Final Rank: 87
Events Played: 30
2013 Outlook: Harman had his fare share of struggles in 2012, but he kept plugging away and it paid off in the end. Harman teed it up 30 times last season, making 21 cuts. He made the top 5 just once last season, but he did manage nine top-25s. It's hard to tell where Harman's upside is after just one season, but he looks the part, and he played well during the meat of the PGA TOUR season last year. Harman is worth a shot in salary cap leagues. He won't likely be on many radars prior to the season, so he could be classified as a bit of a sleeper this year. In draft leagues, he should be available in the seventh or eighth round.

78. Cameron Tringale
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7-8
2012 Final Rank: 75
Events Played: 26
2013 Outlook: Tringale joined the PGA TOUR in 2010 and after struggling during that season, he was forced to go back to Q-School. In his second go-round, he fared much better and kept his playing privileges for 2012. His performance last year was a mirror image of his sophomore season. He played a bunch of events and earned four top-10s. It doesn't look like his upside is all that high, but he's still young and has room to improve. He's probably not worth the risk at this point in his young career, though. In draft leagues, look for him in the seventh or eighth round.

79. Fredrik Jacobson
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7-8
2012 Final Rank: 104
Events Played: 17
2013 Outlook: Jacobsen probably expected more out of himself last season after picking up his first win on the PGA TOUR, but it is what it is. Part of the problem for Jacobsen was the number of events he played last year - only 17 compared to 25 events in 2011. Perhaps the two-year exemption he received for his win allowed him to relax a little last year. Whatever the case, he's bound to play more this season, and that's all it should take to see a nice increase in earnings this year. Jacobsen is not a must-have in salary cap formats, but he's definitely a good option. In draft leagues, he should go in the seventh or eighth round.

80. Nicolas Colsaerts
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7-8
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 9
2013 Outlook: Colsaerts came on strong at the end of the 2012 season and starting in 2013, he'll be a full-time member, so the sky is the limit. Colsaerts certainly isn't the most well-known European player out there, but he's one of the most talented. His nine starts last year will help him as he adjusts to life on the PGA TOUR. Expect solid numbers from Colsaerts this year. Look for him in the seventh or eighth round in draft leagues.

81. Peter Hanson
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7-8
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 11
2013 Outlook: Hanson has been the classic European player the last decade or so. He's remained committed to the European Tour, which has limited his earnings on the PGA TOUR, but that's about to change this year as Hanson is finally ready to give it a go in the states. Playing full time on the PGA TOUR is no guarantee of success, even if said player had plenty success on the European Tour, so it's wise not to get too excited about the new crop of foreign players coming over this year. But Hanson has plenty of game and should adapt well to his new surroundings. He could be useful in salary cap leagues as well as in the seventh or eighth round of draft leagues.

82. William McGirt
Projected Earnings: $1,500,000
Projected Draft Round: 7-8
2012 Final Rank: 74
Events Played: 30
2013 Outlook: McGirt's second go-round on the PGA TOUR was much better than his first. McGirt's first try ended up in a trip to Q-school, but he was having none of that last year as he collected paychecks in eight of his first 10 events. That, however, wasn't quite enough to get him over the hump until a runner-up finish at the RBC Canadian Open sealed his card for the 2013 season. Last year was only McGirt's second season on the PGA TOUR, so this could be just the beginning for him. At this stage in his career, though, it's probably better to pass on him in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he's a seventh- or eighth-round selection.

83. Brian Davis
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 7-8
2012 Final Rank: 64
Events Played: 29
2013 Outlook: Davis is known more for his failures than his triumphs at this point in his career. Who can forget the penalty he called on himself at the Verizon Heritage in 2012 while in the midst of a playoff? Davis went on to lose that playoff, but it didn't break him. He captured another runner-up finish later that season. Since then, however, the high-end finishes have been absent from his resume. He's been stuck between $1-1.5 million for two years now, and it looks like he'll again end up somewhere in that range. If that's the case, then he's certainly not worth a selection in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should go in the seventh or eighth round.

84. Vijay Singh
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 7-8
2012 Final Rank: 51
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: Singh turns 50 in February, and while he has no plans to hop over to the Champions Tour, his skills are starting to fade, and we are seeing it in his results. The fact that he finished just outside the top 50 on the money list last year at age 49 is a testament to his work ethic and his enormous skill. The downward trend is bound to continue, though, as no one can outrun father time. Expect a small decline in his numbers this season. In draft leagues, he should be taken in the seventh or eighth round.

85. Bryce Molder
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 8
2012 Final Rank: 82
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Molder is a rarity on the PGA TOUR. He started his PGA career about a decade ago, but had little success. He then toiled away on the Nationwide Tour for several seasons before getting another crack at the PGA TOUR. Once back, Molder left nothing to chance. This season is his fifth consecutive on the PGA TOUR in his most recent run, and all signs point to a sixth season next year. While Molder has been consistent the last few seasons, he hasn't shown much upside, which means he's not a good option for salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he's an eighth-rounder.

86. Chris Kirk
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 8
2012 Final Rank: 78
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: Kirk made quite the first impression during his rookie season on the PGA TOUR. He earned his first career runner-up finish at the Shell Houston Open and later picked up his first career win at the Viking Classic. Entering 2012, it looked like Kirk was primed to take the next step. He did take a step, but it was a step backward. Kirk was unable to post even a top-3 last season and only earned four top-10s the entire season. Whatever the reason for the decline, it creates some doubt. To justify a pick at his price he'll need to be the player he was two years ago and then some, but that's a lot to ask. In draft leagues, Kirk should go in the eighth round.

87. Greg Chalmers
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 8
2012 Final Rank: 81
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Chalmers has been at this for a long time, but it's only been recently that he's figured out how to stay active on the PGA TOUR. This season is Chalmer's fifth consecutive on the PGA TOUR, and if the trend continues, he'll do enough to secure his card for next year, but not much more. As such, Chalmers is not a good option in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, look for him in the eighth round.

88. Sang-Moon Bae
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 8
2012 Final Rank: 83
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Bae started 2012 on fire, but after his hot start, he struggled the rest of the way. That's not usually the case with rookies, as they normally struggle early while adjusting to life on the PGA TOUR, but Bae went about it the opposite way. It's tough to gauge how good Bae is now. After the early season run, it looked like he was the real deal, but he struggled the majority of the year, so it's truly a tough call. At his price, you could take a chance on him and probably face little risk, but don't expect too much out of him this season. In draft leagues, he's an eighth-round pick.

89. Troy Matteson
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 8
2012 Final Rank: 77
Events Played: 32
2013 Outlook: Last season was not a great year for Matteson. Yes, he played well enough to earn his card for the 2013 season and he again topped $1 million, but outside a runner-up showing at the John Deere Classic, Matteson accomplished little. Matteson is a two-time winner on the PGA TOUR and more is expected from him. He's found himself in a bit of a funk the last few years, though, and there aren't a lot if signs that he's about to pull out of it anytime soon. Matteson does have some upside, but not enough to merit a selection at his price. In draft leagues, Matteson should be taken in the eighth round.

90. Daniel Summerhays
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 92
Events Played: 26
2013 Outlook: Summerhays was really hit or miss in 2012, making the cut 15 times and missing the weekend 11 times. On the weekend, Summerhays played pretty well. He earned four top-10s, including three top-5s. Most impressive was that Summerhays did some of his best work against stiff competition, including the field at The Memorial. Summerhays has a solid upside and at his price is worth a shot in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he's a ninth-round pick.

91. Graham DeLaet
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 95
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: DeLaet has been fairly productive in his brief PGA TOUR career when healthy, and last year was no exception. DeLaet's 2011 season was cut short due to injury, and he started last season on a medical exemption. His status was in peril for most of the year, but a strong finish during the FedEx playoffs secured his card. It's hard to tell where DeLaet's upside is because he hasn't been healthy for more than 12 consecutive months. That alone might be a reason to avoid him this year, but DeLaet has potential. He's worth a look in a salary cap leagues, and in drafts he should be available ninth round.

92. John Mallinger
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 86
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Mallinger made the most of his most recent opportunity on the PGA TOUR last season when he finished inside the top 125 and avoided Q-School. A runner-up finish at the Humana Challenge gave Mallinger some breathing room, and all that was needed was a couple more good outings. He took care of the rest with two more top-5s later in the season. Mallinger is capable of earning more than he did last year - he's neared $2 million before - but with a limited upside, it's not worth the risk. In draft leagues, Mallinger should go in the ninth round.

93. Martin Kaymer
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 8
2013 Outlook: Kaymer is biting the bullet this year and joining the PGA TOUR full time. Once upon a time, only a handful of European players were on the PGA TOUR full time and those that were here had a difficult time adjusting. But with so many Euro's on the PGA TOUR now, that adjustment isn't as difficult. That should help Kaymer even though he probably doesn't need it.

94. Rory Sabbatini
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 90
Events Played: 29
2013 Outlook: Sabbatini has six career PGA TOUR victories, the most recent coming in 2011, so why was it not a surprise to see him fall to little more than $1 million in earnings last year? Because that's what he does. Sabbatini has always been an up-and-down player, but instead of ebbs and flows within the season like most golfers, Sabbatini's highs and lows go from year to year. Odds are he'll improve his earnings this season, but he's a risky proposition at almost any price. Sabbatini should go in the ninth round in draft leagues.

95. Ryo Ishikawa
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 18
2013 Outlook: Ishikawa has largely failed to live up to the hype attached to him as a teenager, but that's not necessarily his fault. Expectations were very high from the start and some golfers simply don't handle that well. Ishikawa has had his moments, but it's about time he steps up. This could be the year as he'll have plenty of opportunities as a full-time member on the PGA TOUR in 2013.

96. Steve Marino
Projected Earnings: $1,250,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 212
Events Played: 6
2013 Outlook: Marino missed most of last season due to lingering issues with his knee. He gave it a go on two separate occasions, but the knee just wouldn't cooperate. He'll play this season on a major medical extension, and because he only teed it up six times last season, he'll essential have an entire season to earn his card for this season. It's redundant, but that's how it works; make enough to match No. 125 on the list and you have your privileges for the remainder of the year. No matter the system, Marino if healthy, should easily crack $1 million again this year.

97. Russell Henley
Projected Earnings: $1,200,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Henley came on late in 2012, winning twice in a three-week span with a third-place finish mixed in. It was an impressive comeback for Henley, who didn't have a top-10 until mid-July. In the end, he finished with seven in 26 starts and goes to the PGA TOUR via the Web.com Tour ripe with confidence off the hot finish. If he drives it like he did last year – he was sixth in total driving, which is the combination of distance and accuracy – then he should be in contention early and often on the PGA TOUR in 2013. If his name sounds familiar it might be because he won in 2011 as an amateur, the same feat as Harris English, who made $1.2 million as a PGA TOUR rookie in 2012.

98. George McNeill
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 91
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: McNeil gets the dubious distinction of finishing the lowest on the money list of any 2012 winner. In other words, beyond his win, he did very little last season. It's hard to be too tough on McNeil though; after all, he earned more money in 2011 by doing it the hard way - over time. Although McNeil did little outside his win last season, it's not like he missed a lot of cuts. He maked it to the weekend often, he just didn't get much done after Friday. McNeil has some potential to improve upon his earnings from last year, but it will likely be a small increase, if any, which makes him a poor choice in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should be available in the ninth round.

99. Greg Owen
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 85
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: A year away from the PGA TOUR did wonders for Greg Owen. Prior to losing his card in 2010, Owen spent several years earning less than $1 million. But after a year away, he came back with a vengeance. OK, so maybe vengeance is a strong word, but surpassing $1 million must have been a huge accomplishment for Owen. Now the bad part, his upside is really limited and he's still a risk to tank. He's obviously not a good option in salary cap leagues this year. In draft leagues, he's a ninth-round pick.

100. J.J. Henry
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 65
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: Give or take a hundred thousand dollars, Henry likely will finish within $1 million. Write it down. That's where he's finished the last six years, and, even though he surprised us last year with a win at the Reno-Tahoe Open, that's where you can expect him to finish this year. As such, he's not worth a selection in salary cap leagues this year. In draft leagues, he's worth a look (anyone who has won on the PGA TOUR is) but not until the ninth round.

101. John Merrick
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 93
Events Played: 26
2013 Outlook: Merrick had a thoroughly unspectacular 2012 season, but it was enough to secure his card for the this year. His best finish came at the FedEx St. Jude Classic where he finished alone in second place. His only other top-10 came at the Wyndham Championship a week prior to the FedEx playoffs. Last season wasn't the first time Merrick topped $1 million. He's accomplished the feat a couple times, peaking at about $1.4 million both times. Merrick's upside is not high enough to justify a selection in salary cap leagues this year. In draft leagues, Merrick should go in the ninth round.

102. Michael Thompson
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 60
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Thompson made an improbable run at the 2012 U.S. Open where he ended up just outside the winner's circle. That week he earned nearly $700K, almost half his season total. That gives you an idea of how he played outside that one glorious week in June. Obviously, with a track record like that, you don't want any piece of Thompson this season in salary cap formats. The upside to Thompson is that he'll get to play the U.S. Open again this year, and you never know. In draft leagues, he's a ninth-round pick at best.

103. Pat Perez
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 94
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: Perez had a nice run a few years back that included a win, some runner-up finishes and annual earnings nearing $2 million. But the last few years his production has tailed off, and now the $1 million mark is more the norm. While the upside is still there, the farther he gets away from his best years, the less likely it is that he'll reach those heights again. Perez is not a good option in salary cap leagues this year, and should be taken in the ninth round in draft leagues.

104. Tom Gillis
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 9
2012 Final Rank: 72
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: Outside a runner-up finish at the Honda Classic in March, there wasn't much to write home about for Gillis last season. He performed well under the pressure of securing his card late in the year, but there's nothing on his resume the last few years that indicates he's about to blow up. Gillis is a pretty steady player, but his upside isn't very high. As such, the best move is probably to pass on Gillis in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should go in the ninth round.

105. Brian Gay
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 9-10
2012 Final Rank: 103
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: Surprisingly, without a late-season run in 2012, Brian Gay would have been outside the top 125 last season. This from a guy who not only won twice during the 2009 season, but did so in astounding fashion with blowout wins both times. Gay hasn't resembled that player in a while, though. In fact, he hasn't even posted a top-3 since 2010. The farther he gets away from that glorious run, the more it looks like an aberration. Gay has been a quality player on the PGA TOUR for a while, but it looks like he's settling into territory just over the $1 million mark. His upside remains high, but he's probably not worth a pick in salary cap leagues this year. In draft leagues, he's worth a look in the ninth or 10th round.

106. Patrick Reed
Projected Earnings: $1,200,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Reed made a name for himself on the PGA TOUR in 2012 by getting through six Monday Qualifiers, an insanely difficult task, and earning the nickname Mr. Monday. In 2013 he'll be spending his Mondays traveling to and from PGA TOUR events after also making it right on the number. Reed's best finish in 2012 was a T11 at the Frys.com Open. Don't be surprised if the long hitter (almost 303 yards per drive) wins on the PGA TOUR this year – as he's already mastered how to go low when he has to. Now he has four rounds to make it happen.

107. Gary Woodland
Projected Earnings: $1,100,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 134
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Maybe 2011 was a fluke and 2012 is actually the real Gary Woodland, but considering he's fully exempt from a win during the 2011 season, he's probably worth a look. Woodland's upside is huge, as we witnessed it just two years ago when he earned nearly $3.4 million. Woodland is going to be hard to pass up in salary cap leagues at his price. In draft leagues, you can probably swipe him pretty late.

108. Andres Romero
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 101
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Although Romero nearly pulled in $1 million in earnings last year, he missed more cuts than he made. That gives you an idea of how incredibly inconsistent he is. Among the bright spots last season was a runner-up finish at The Memorial and a third-place finish at the Reno-Tahoe Open. Romero has loads of talent, enough to crush his number from last year, but he's never shown the ability to perform consistently. Until he does, he's probably not worth a look in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he's worth a selection late.

109. Brendan Steele
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 110
Events Played: 24
2013 Outlook: Brendan Steele had a fine rookie season in 2011 capturing his first win and nearly $2 million in earnings, but his sophomore season was a different story. Steele was so far off his game that he missed out on the FedEx Playoffs. Perhaps he let up after getting his first win, but whatever the reason, he'll need to step up his game this year if he wants to retain his card for 2013. Steele has some upside at this price, but he's probably not a good option in salary cap leagues this year. In draft leagues he's probably worth a look late in the draft.

110. David Lynn
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 1
2013 Outlook: Lynn teed it up once on the PGA TOUR last season and nearly won the PGA Championship. Well, he wasn't all that close to Rory McIlroy, but he finished runner-up, and the result was a payday worth $865K. Lynn isn't likely to repeat that feat this year, but he will get more starts than he did last year as he plans to join the PGA TOUR this season.

111. Kevin Streelman
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 107
Events Played: 26
2013 Outlook: A few years ago it looked like Streelman was ready to take his game to the next level, but he's to find that extra gear to take him there. Streelman played well early in the season last year, but he was unable to sustain that success. Streelman earned two top-15s in the second-half of the season, but both of those came against weaker fields. He does have some upside, we witnessed it a few years ago when he earned over $1.3 million a rookie, but we've rarely seen that form since. Streelman could breakout at anytime, but he's probably not worth the time this year. In draft leagues he's worth a look late.

112. Martin Flores
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 96
Events Played: 30
2013 Outlook: Flores played well in his rookie campaign but he lacked the high-end finishes as well as the consistency that it takes to move higher on the money list. Flores started the season well with a top-10 at the Farmers Insurance Open and followed with a top-20 the next week, but then the lack of consistency kicked in. Flores needs to improve his consistency this season if he's to retain his card for 2014. If not, he could end up fighting for his card at Q-School. In draft leagues, Flores should go in the 10th round or later.

113. Scott Langley
Projected Earnings: $1,000,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Langley has played in six PGA Tour events so far in his career, including four this year in which he made three cuts. His best finish was a tie for 29th at the U.S. Open at Olympic Club, impressive considering both the tournament and the venue. Also impressive is how accurate he was in greens in regulation from inside of 75 yards, where he ranked first on the PGA TOUR. Yes, that was out of an extremely small sample size, but also proves he stepped up to the plate and played well in his very limited opportunities. Look for big things out of Langley in 2013.

114. Bob Estes
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 99
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: Estes hit a major milestone last season a he surpassed $20 million in career earnings. Not only that, but he actually had one of his best seasons in quite a while. With that in mind, he set the bar too high to justify a selection in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he might be worth a late-round dart.

115. Boo Weekley
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 108
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: It's good to see Weekley back as a member of the PGA TOUR again. He's the kind of character that's lacking in the game these days. Weekley peaked a few years ago when he won multiple times in one season, but it's been a while since we've seen that form. Hopefully, he can find that form again sometime soon, thought that seems unlikely. He may be on his way back, but until we see more, he's probably not worth a venture in salary cap formats. In draft leagues, he's probably worth a late-round pick.

116. Chad Campbell
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 106
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: Chad Campbell has had a very PGA TOUR career. He's won four times and earned more than $20 million, but he seems to have lost that extra gear. He is only 37, so it's not likely an age issue is slowing him, but something is. Perhaps it's the competition; after all, the PGA TOUR is loaded with talent, something that wasn't necessarily true 10 years ago when Campbell was in his prime. Whatever the reason, Campbell is no longer at his peak and seems to be just hanging on. That's not a recipe for success in salary cap leagues. He is probably worth a look in draft formats, however.

117. David Hearn
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 97
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: With only two top-10s on his resume last season, it's quite amazing that David Hearn was able to make more than $1 million. Hearn put together a workman-like effort last season, earning no more than $160K in any week, yet still managing to secure his card for 2013. Hearn has been at this for a while now, and he's never had a break-through year, so his upside appears limited. He's not a good option in salary cap leagues this year and he should go in the 10th round or later in draft leagues.

118. Davis Love III
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 100
Events Played: 20
2013 Outlook: Davis Love III's best days undoubtedly are behind him, but each year he manages to hang in there just enough to continue his PGA TOUR journey. Last season's highlight was a T3 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, but there wasn't much beyond that. Love's production likely will fall again this season, and as such he's not a good option in salary cap leagues. Love likely will be drafted, but not until latter rounds.

119. Henrik Stenson
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 115
Events Played: 15
2013 Outlook: It wasn't too long ago that Stenson was one of the best players in the world. He hasn't resembled that player in a few years, though. He's fallen off so much, that last year's effort was actually significantly better than what he did in 2011. Stenson still holds a decent World Golf Ranking, which could come in handy, but he needs to improve his play first - and that might be too much to ask. Stenson has plenty of upside, but it's been a few years since we've seen it. He's worth a look in salary cap leagues because his earnings number is so low, but don't expect much. He's also worth a late dart in draft leagues.

120. Jhonattan Vegas
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 113
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Vegas hasn't been the same since his early season run ended in March 2011. Vegas started his rookie season in style win a win and a T3 in consecutive weeks two years ago, but after a couple more decent outings, his game just left him. Not to the point where he fell out of the top 125, but if you remember back to the beginning of the 2011 season, people were pegging Vegas as the next big thing. As it turns out, it looks like he might have just been a flash in the pan. He still has upside, but Vegas hasn't been near his top form for almost two years now. As such, it's wise to pass on him this year. In draft leagues, he could be worth a late-round selection.

121. Josh Teater
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 98
Events Played: 30
2013 Outlook: The first six months last year, Josh Teater couldn't get out of his own way. Then something clicked. In a stretch from late July through early August, Teater earned three consecutive top-10s, nearly securing his card for 2013. He needed a couple more decent outings to wrap up his card, accomplishing that with a top-20 at The Barclays. Teater improved from 2011 to 2012, but not by much. He hasn't shown enough to justify a selection in a salary cap leagues, but he could be worth a late draft pick.

122. Kevin Chappell
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 125
Events Played: 29
2013 Outlook: 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.

123. Retief Goosen
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 136
Events Played: 12
2013 Outlook: Goosen's 2012 season was cut short due to a back injury, but he wasn't exactly tearing it up prior to that anyway. Goosen came into 2012 as a sleeper after winning only $800K in 2011, but obviously fell short. It would seem that Goosen is too talented to earn less than $1 million in any season, but it's possible his skills are just fading with time. Whatever the case, he's deserves one more shot as a sleeper this season. He's not a must-have in salary cap leagues, but he's worth a look. In draft leagues he'll likely go too early because of his name, but he's not worth anything but a late-round draft pick.

124. Ricky Barnes
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 112
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: Barnes appears to have everything needed to succeed on the PGA TOUR, but for whatever reason, he just can't seem to put it all together. Since qualifying for the PGA TOUR in 2009, Barnes has managed to keep his card every year, but other than one season where he earned little more than $1.8 million, he's failed to live up to expectations. Barnes has plenty of upside, but considering his peak earnings, he's probably not worth a look in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should go near 10th round.

125. Robert Allenby
Projected Earnings: $900,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 111
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: Allenby's better days are probably behind him, but it was still a surprise to see him come in with less than $1 million last season. Most concerning was the way he finished last season. In his final 13 PGA TOUR events last year, he missed 10 cuts, finishing no higher than 56th. Allenby should bounce back this season, but to what degree? There seem to be more questions than answers at this point, which makes him a poor choice in salary cap leagues, even at the discounted price. He's still worth a look in draft leagues, though.

126. James Hahn
Projected Earnings: $850,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Viewers of Golf Channel's “Golf's Longest Day,” which covered U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying earlier in 2012, might remember Hahn, who successfully qualified for the U.S. Open at Olympic Club. He missed the cut there, but that should not dampen one's appreciation of an impressive summer on the Web.com Tour for the 31-year old, who in a two month stretch from May to July picked up a win, a second, a tie for seventh and a T12. He also finished strong, nabbing a second-place finish at the Web.com Tour Championship to secure his fifth-place finish on the money list and his ticket to the PGA TOUR. Hahn is appears destined for success on the PGA TOUR this season.

127. Jason Bohn
Projected Earnings: $800,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 114
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: Bohn teed it up 28 times last season and produced only four top-25s; he also missed 13 cuts. Fortunately for Bohn, he turned one of those top-25s into something more - a runner-up at the True South Classic. The bad news, of course, is that Bohn was all over the place last season. He in no way resembled the golfer who earned nearly $2 million in 2010. Although he's just two years removed from that season, he's really struggled to find that form the last two years. The upside might still be there, but considering he pulled in only $400K in 2011, the risk is too high. He might be worth considering late in a draft league, however.

128. Luke Guthrie
Projected Earnings: $800,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 4
2013 Outlook: Guthrie reached the PGA Tour through the Web.com Tour. He opened people's eyes by winning back-to-back events on that circuit this year, the Albertsons Boise Open and the WNB Golf Classic, en route to a second-place finish on the season-ending money list. With a playoff loss earlier in the season added in, Guthrie had seven top-10s in 2012 in just 10 starts, insanely impressive for a golfer who just turned pro in 2012. If he can adjust to the bright lights of the PGA TOUR fast, watch out.

129. Will Claxton
Projected Earnings: $800,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 117
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: Claxton never had a chance to breathe last year; he was too busy earning small paychecks each week. To say that Claxton took the slow road to a PGA TOUR card last year is an understatement. Claxton earned less than $25K 11 times last season, but all those checks add up and when sprinkled in with two top-10s, it was enough to crack the top 125. Claxton's upside looks limited, and he should probably be avoided in salary cap leagues. As for draft leagues, Claxton does play a lot, so he could have some value late in drafts.

130. Anthony Kim
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 232
Events Played: 10
2013 Outlook: If he can ever get healthy, Anthony Kim should easily re-enter the top 125 on the money list. That's a big if, though. Kim has dealt with several injuries the last few years and each time he's come back a little less potent. It might be best to take more time off to insure he's completely healthy, but that doesn't look like it will be the case. Kim will play on a medical extension this season, and let's just hope when he comes back, he's finally 100 percent healthy. At his price, Kim is more a why-not than a must-have. He will go late in drafts, as well.

131. Camilo Villegas
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 144
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Villegas missed out on the top 125, so he's not fully exempt this season, but since he remained inside the top 150 he'll have conditional status, which will get him into some events this year. In addition, he's sure to receive sponsor's exemptions because of his popularity, so he will get an opportunity to succeed this season. Can he get anything done? He's been off his game for a few years now and needs to turn it around quickly. Whether he gets all the way back to his old form or just partially back, he's probably worth the risk at his price in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he'll probably be available late because of his status.

132. Charlie Beljan
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 63
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Some no doubt thought it crazy that a golfer taken to the hospital for chest pains after his Friday round would decide it was a good idea to return and play the next day. Those people, however, don't understand what it means to get your PGA TOUR card. Beljan understood fully, and even though his health was at risk – turned out he suffered a panic attack – he knew opportunities like the one in front of him only came along so often. Beljan took full advantage at the Children's Miracle Hospital Classic in November, not only securing his card for 2013, but also capturing the win, which means it's two years free and clear on the PGA TOUR. Although his performance was gutty that weekend, his play leading up to that week was pretty bad, which makes him a poor choice for salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he should in the 10th round or later.

133. Harrison Frazar
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 121
Events Played: 20
2013 Outlook: Frazar was the typical PGA TOUR journeyman until last year when he actually won an event. For the first time in his career he was free of the top-125 burden as he was exempt for two seasons. It looked like that freedom was going to open up some new doors for Frazar early last season as he posted top-5s in his first two starts, but after that hot start, Frazar faded. He will be back in the familiar spot of once again, fighting for the top 125 this season, and unless he turns his game around quickly, it could be a long year. There probably isn't enough upside to merit a selection in salary cap leagues, but he is a PGA TOUR winner, so he does have some value in draft formats.

134. Paul Goydos
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 220
Events Played: 6
2013 Outlook: Goydos was limited to only six events last season due to a wrist injury, but he'll play this season on a medical extension. If he performs like he did in 2010 when he earned more than $1.3 million, he'll have no problem staying active on the PGA TOUR the entire season. Goydos should be on every squad in salary cap formats. In draft leagues, he'll probably slip to the end of the draft, if he's drafted at all.

135. Stewart Cink
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 149
Events Played: 22
2013 Outlook: Although Cink has thoroughly stunk up the joint the last two years, he still remains fully exempt from his 2009 Open Championship victory. Cink hasn't shown anything to make us think he'll somehow revert to his old form this year. However, there's always a chance, and with Cink's upside, it's worth the risk he'll figure it out. Because Cink has played so poorly the last two years, he's not considered a must-have, but the reward outweighs the risk in salary cap leagues. He will get drafted as well, but probably too early because of his history.

136. Ted Potter, Jr.
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: 10+
2012 Final Rank: 62
Events Played: 25
2013 Outlook: Heading into July last year, Potter had a one-way ticket to Q-School ready to purchase, then it all changed. Potter spent the first half of the season missing more cuts than he made and his rookie year appeared to be heading nowhere. Then a trip to the Greenbrier Classic changed everything. With his win there, Potter didn't have to worry about securing his card anymore, and that ticket to Q-School, well, he didn't need that, either. The disappointing part of Potter's season was what he did, or failed to do, outside that win. He didn't show much of anything for the majority of the season, which makes him a poor choice in salary cap leagues this season. In draft leagues, he should go in the 10th round or later.

137. Ross Fisher
Projected Earnings: $920,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 2
2013 Outlook: Fisher, a European Tour regular who nearly won the British Open in 2009, came to Q-school to try get his PGA TOUR card to not only have a second place to play but, according to him, improve his chances of getting into the majors and World Golf Championship events. Well he did exactly that, finishing second overall. He also played like a veteran, shooting a third-round 65 and a final-round 66 on a day when many players crumble under the pressure.

138. Chris Stroud
Projected Earnings: $800,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 105
Events Played: 28
2013 Outlook: Stroud got off to a nice start last season and good thing he did, otherwise he'd have been back at Q-School. Stroud started the year with top-15 finishes in two of his first three events. After a couple missed cuts, he rolled off consecutive top-10s. His final top-25 of the season came at the Crowne Plaza Invitational in May - and then the bottom dropped out. From the beginning of June through the end of the season, Stroud did not crack the top 30 at any event. That's certainly not the type of momentum you want entering a new season.

139. David Mathis
Projected Earnings: $800,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 120
Events Played: 29
2013 Outlook: Persistent might be the best word to describe Mathis last season. How else could you describe someone who missed his first seven cuts last season, and 10 of his first 11, and still cracked the top 125 by season's end. Mathis actually rebounded quite nicely from his disastrous start by posting eight top-25s. More impressive, he did most of his work prior to the fall finish. While it's easy to admire Mathis' pluckiness, he's not really a 2013 option.

140. Roberto Castro
Projected Earnings: $800,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 118
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: The first goal for any PGA TOUR rookie is to secure a card for the following season. Anything after that is icing on the cake. Castro got his cake, but the icing will have to wait until next year. The good news, of course, is Castro will have plenty of opportunity to improve his stock this season. As for his prospects, well, he didn't show a lot last season outside a bunch of made cuts.

141. Henrik Norlander
Projected Earnings: $800,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Norlander went to Augusta State (yes, that Augusta) and played on the team that won a national championship in both 2010 and 2011. Now he gets to play on the PGA TOUR with his former teammate (Patrick Reed) and earn his way to Augusta's biggest attraction, The Masters. Norlander's championship pedigree is even enhanced by the fact that he also went through all four stages of Q-school, so he knows how come up big when the heat is turned on. Look for Norlander to possibly get a win in 2013.

142. Colt Knost
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 109
Events Played: 29
2013 Outlook: Knost didn't fare so well in his first couple go-rounds on the PGA TOUR, but he got the hang of it last season when he finally finished in the top 125. Well, he got the hang of it for part of the season anyhow. Knost played well early in the season and pretty much wrapped up his card before May. Thereafter, it was a different story as Knost had trouble even making a cut. Perhaps he relaxed after he wrapped up his card, but even if that's the case, it's not a good sign for the this season.

143. Dicky Pride
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 70
Events Played: 19
2013 Outlook: There's a reason professional golfers want to avoid Q-School at all costs - it's really tough. Just ask Dicky Pride, who failed in his four most recent attempts. Pride didn't throw in the towel on his career, though, he just went about things a different way, earning his card on the job. With a top-64 elsewhere in the world, Pride gained access to the Mayakoba Classic in February. He finished T5 there, which gave him the chance to play the following week at the Honda Classic where he again finished in the top 10. The following week he earned a top-20. It was a great run for Pride, but it wouldn't have meant much without his runner-up finish at the Byron Nelson. At that point, Pride was fully exempt for the season and likely for the 2013 season. He didn't do much after that, but at least he has his card.

144. Steve LeBrun
Projected Earnings: $750,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: This is a big moment for LeBrun, as he has finally made it to the PGA TOUR after 102 career starts on the Web.com Tour. He never won but has racked up 11 top-10s and 17 top-25s over that span. Now the long hitter (nearly 300 yards a pop) gets to play with the big boys, and hopes to fulfill his dream of a PGA TOUR victory.

145. Donald Constable
Projected Earnings: $730,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Constable is a Q-School graduate who went through all four stages to get his 2013 PGA TOUR card. The former player for the University of Minnesota made the Top 25 and ties mark (17-under) right on the number, helped by final-round birdies at 16 and 17. Now he gets to play on golf's greatest stage on 2013. If he gets enough playing opportunities, he could be someone to watch.

146. Alistair Presnell
Projected Earnings: $720,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Presnell's name may be faintly familiar to PGA TOUR fans due to his tie for sixth in 2010 at what is now the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship at Doral. The native Australian got his first Web.com Tour win in 2010, but his 2012 was good enough for a promotion to the big stage even without a victory. His tie for third at the Neediest Kids Championship and second-place finish at the Miccosukee Championship helped get him enough money to finish 23rd on the Web.com Tour money list and punch his ticket to the PGA TOUR for 2013. He finished 114th in total driving (the combination of distance and accuracy), something he will need to work on this year.

147. Shawn Stefani
Projected Earnings: $700,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Stefani proved he can go low, as he shot a 64 and 62 in his two respective wins on the Web.com Tour this year en route to his sixth place finish on the Web.com Tour money list and his PGA TOUR card. Impressively, both the wins came in August, when the push to be in the top 25 really heats up. A fourth-place finish in the all-around category shows how well-rounded Stefani's game is. Now it will come down to how consistent he can be from week-to-week against the best in the world on the PGA TOUR.

148. James Driscoll
Projected Earnings: $650,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 122
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: For the second consecutive season, Driscoll just made it into the top 125, securing his card for the following season. Two years ago, he came in at No. 114 on the money list and last year he fell to No. 122. That's not the direction you want to be heading. At this pace, Driscoll will be back at Q-School by season's end. Driscoll picked up a couple top-10s last season, but outside of that, there was nothing spectacular. He is not a good option in salary cap leagues this season and should go undrafted as well.

149. Scott Gardiner
Projected Earnings: $620,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: A winner on the Web.com Tour in 2010, Gardiner failed to get into the winner's circle in 2012, but a strong four-tournament run of T11-T2-T15-T2 from mid-August through early September was good enough for a 15th place finish on the year-end money list, locking up his 2013 PGA TOUR card. His seventh-place ranking in the total driving category and fifth-place finish in birdie average should bode well for him on the big circuit this year.

150. Jeff Maggert
Projected Earnings: $600,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 123
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: He may not have planned it this way, but Maggert did just enough last season to prolong his PGA TOUR career one more season, and even if he doesn't retain his card this year, he'll turn 50 in February 2014 and become eligible for the Champions Tour. Maggert doesn't have much upside left, at least none the PGA TOUR, but he proved last year he still has more game than a lot of golfers.

151. Robert Streb
Projected Earnings: $600,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Streb got hot in August, going on a run of T6-T8-T41-1 to help earn him the $305K and change, elevating him to his seventh-place finish on the Web.com Tour money list and his 2013 PGA TOUR card. Streb needs to work on his long game, as his middle-of-the-road rankings for fairways hit and greens in regulation likely won't cut it in a truncated 2013 PGA TOUR season. Streb does have talent, however, – as he bookended his victory at the Mylan Classic with rounds of 64.

152. Tim Herron
Projected Earnings: $600,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 124
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: Herron managed only two top-10s last season and both came during the fall season. It was not a great year for Herron in 2012, but he lives to fight another day with his position on the money list. His days of highs and lows have been replaced by mediocre play and lows.

153. Troy Kelly
Projected Earnings: $600,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 116
Events Played: 23
2013 Outlook: One week in July changed Kelly's entire fortune last year. Although he struggled most of the season, Kelly somehow managed a runner-up at the Greenbrier Classic and a check for more than $650K. You don't need to be a math major to figure out that his runner-up showing at the Greenbrier accounted for nearly all of his earnings last season. Kelly needs to find some consistency before he becomes a viable option in salary cap leagues.

154. Dong-Hwan Lee
Projected Earnings: $600,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: An extremely successful player on the Japan Golf Tour, this South Korean comes to the PGA Tour in 2013 off a medalist performance at PGA TOUR Q-School. He's only played in three PGA TOUR events entering 2013 and missed the cut in all three: the 2008 and 2009 Puerto Rico Open and the 2012 U.S. Open. While he showed this week how talented he is, there tends to be an adjustment for international players when they first come to the U.S. In a shortened season like 2013 with fewer playing opportunities, that could hold Lee back from putting his talents on full display.

155. David Lingmerth
Projected Earnings: $550,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Lingmerth won the Web.com Tour's Neediest Kids Championship in October, earning his card not only with that victory but also with five top-10s and 10 top-25s. Impressively, he did this all without being ranked in the top 25 of any of the PGA Tour's main “Performance Stats.” One thing he was very good at was earning money, as a 10th-place finish on the Web.com Tour money list got him his 2013 PGA TOUR card. But to keep it for 2014, Lingmerth will need to become more consistent in all facets of his game.

156. Eric Meierdierks
Projected Earnings: $550,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Meierdierks had one of the most emotional Q-Schools of anyone, as he lost his father just days before arriving to the California desert. But he battled through, shooting three of the six rounds in the 60s, finishing 14th, and ultimately fulfilling his dream of making it to the PGA TOUR.

157. Andrew Svoboda
Projected Earnings: $500,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Svoboda's Web.com Tour season started strong with a tie for second right out of the gate at the Pacific Rubiales Colombia Championship. He added a solo second almost two months later at the Soboba Golf Classic. Svoboda, a New York native, is a strong putter, finishing ninth in putting average. He's not overly accurate, however, which could be an issue when the PGA TOUR hits Bermuda rough during the Southern Swing in early March.

158. Angel Cabrera
Projected Earnings: $500,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 174
Events Played: 20
2013 Outlook: Cabrera is exempt this season because of his 2009 Masters win, and although his better days are behind him, he'll still have plenty of chances to earn big checks this season. If he hits just once, it will justify his selection. Because of his form last season he's not a must-have, but he should be considered in salary cap leagues. In draft leagues, he might be worth a look because of his exempt status at the majors.

159. Jason Kokrak
Projected Earnings: $500,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 119
Events Played: 27
2013 Outlook: If not for the fall season, Kokrak would have finished well outside the top 125. Entering the month of October, Kokrak had earned less than $200K, but that's what the fall season is all about, players making one last charge into the top 125. Considering how he went about gaining his card for the this season, though, it's hard to imagine Kokrak will get much done during the regular season this year.

160. Luke List
Projected Earnings: $500,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: List is a classic example of how long the road can be to get to the PGA TOUR. After showing tons of promise when he finished runner-up to Ryan Moore at the 2004 U.S. Amateur, List chose to stay in school, graduating from Vanderbilt in 2007. He got his first Web.com Tour victory last year at the South Georgia Classic, to go along with three second-place finishes. It all added up to a fourth-place finish on the money list and his PGA TOUR card for 2013. The key for List will be keeping his drives in the fairway. He led the Web.com Tour in driving distance at 324 yards in 2012 but finished 125th in driving accuracy at just about 57 percent. On tougher PGA TOUR circuits, that could be a problem.

161. Paul Casey
Projected Earnings: $500,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 221
Events Played: 9
2013 Outlook: Casey won't be fully exempt this season, but he'll get enough opportunities to make some money this season through sponsor's exemptions and possibly his World Golf Ranking if he can improve his rank overseas. Casey's been off his game for a few years now, but his earnings number is so small, there's no reason to not take him in a salary cap format. In draft leagues, he'll probably go undrafted.

162. Thorbjorn Olesen
Projected Earnings: $500,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 2
2013 Outlook: Olesen made the cut in both his PGA TOUR starts last season. His best start came at the U.S. Open where he finished in the top-10. Olesen's starts on the PGA TOUR will be limited, but it looks like he'll get some cracks during a couple WGC events as well as the U.S. Open again this season, so the potential for a strong season is there.

163. Brad Fritsch
Projected Earnings: $450,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Fritsch's 2012 season on the Web.com Tour was highlighted by a tie for second at the Mylan Classic. In all, he had seven top-10s and made 18 cuts in 26 starts on his way to an 18th-place finish on the final money list and a ticket to the PGA TOUR. Fritsch then decided to go PGA Tour Qualifying School to improve his standing on the Reshuffle List, which is the priority rankings for getting into tournaments for those players coming from the Web.com Tour and Q-school. After finishing the Web.com Tour at about 35th on that List, his tie for seventh at Q-school bumped his position up to about 14th. A very strong improvement and in the end, a sound decision. A more accurate driver will be needed at the next level, however, as his 62.57 percent probably won't cut it on a weekly basis with the big boys.

164. Morgan Hoffmann
Projected Earnings: $450,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: An Oklahoma State graduate like Rickie Fowler, Hoffmann didn't get into the winner's circle in 2012 on the Web.com Tour but did post a second, a third and five other top-10 finishes. He also qualified for U.S. Open at Olympic Club and finished an impressive T29. He was also first in scoring average on the Web.com Tour at 68.781. Watch out for Hoffmann in 2013, he has the potential to get a win in his rookie year.

165. Jamie Donaldson
Projected Earnings: $400,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 4
2013 Outlook: Donaldson was a perfect 4-for-4 last season on cuts made. Pretty impressive for a non-member. His best finish came at the PGA Championship where he tied for seventh. Donaldson appears to be anchored overseas, so don't expect a full schedule in the states, but if he continues to play well, his World Golf Ranking will continue to improve and he'll have more opportunities on the PGA TOUR.

166. Lee Williams
Projected Earnings: $400,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: 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.

167. Scott Verplank
Projected Earnings: $400,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: 235
Events Played: 9
2013 Outlook: Verplank played only nine events last season due to a hip injury, so he should qualify for a medical extension this year. Verplank's best days are behind him, but if he's healthy, he should have no problem crushing his number from last season. Verplank's price is a drop in the bucket in salary cap leagues, so you might as well grab him. In draft leagues, he'll likely go undrafted.

168. Derek Ernst
Projected Earnings: $350,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Ersnt was one of four players to make it through all four stages of PGA TOUR Q-School: Pre-qualifying, first stage, second stage and final stage. That is impressive stuff under the most heightened of pressures. While Ernst backed up a little bit on the sixth and final day, he did shoot a 66-67 combination in the fourth and fifth rounds, which gave him some breathing room for Monday's final round. Fantasy players should see how Ernst reacts to his first few starts on the PGA TOUR before deciding if he's for real and should be a member of your team.

169. Paul Haley
Projected Earnings: $300,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Haley helped punch his ticket to the PGA TOUR with a strong early part of the Web.com Tour season. He got his first win in March at the Chile Classic, added a T2 at the TPC Stonebrae Championship in April and got another second-place finish at the Mexico Open in June. He struggled from that point forward, but his 12th-place finish on the season-ending money list was good enough to get his card. One of Haley's issues will be his shortness off the tee. He only averaged 283.4 yards off the tee in 2012, a number that put him 117th in driving distance for the Web.com Tour and would have put him at 158th position on the PGA TOUR rankings. That's an area he'll need to improve to succeed on the longer, tougher courses seen on the PGA TOUR.

170. Thomas Aiken
Projected Earnings: $300,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 4
2013 Outlook: Aiken played in only four events on the PGA TOUR last year, with his best finish coming at the Open Championship where he tied for seventh. Aiken needs to improve his World Golf Ranking if he's to get more opportunities on the PGA TOUR.

171. Francesco Molinari
Projected Earnings: $200,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 8
2013 Outlook: Molinari is a top player on the European Tour, but that success has not translated to the PGA TOUR in recent years. Although he has made a good percentage of cuts, he's lacked the high-end finishes in the states. Expect more of the same this season with Molinari showing up here and there on the leaderboard, but not accomplishing much in the big picture.

172. Miguel A. Jimenez
Projected Earnings: $200,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: 6
2013 Outlook: Jimenez just refuses to go down quietly. Just when you think he's too old to compete, he comes out and kicks some tail. Jimenez isn't kicking as much tail as he used to, but every now and then he makes a run at a big event. He did just that on two occasions last year and he'll likely show up a couple times again this year.

173. Si Woo Kim
Projected Earnings: $200,000
Projected Draft Round: UD
2012 Final Rank: N/A
Events Played: NA
2013 Outlook: Kim, who also began his journey at pre-qualifying, finished in the Top 25 and ties (he tied for 20th, to be exact) at Q-School to earn his PGA TOUR card for 2013. The only problem here? He doesn't turn 18 until June 28, and minors are not eligible for official PGA TOUR membership. This bad break of sorts is especially more penal in 2013, when the PGA TOUR has a truncated schedule that will limit playing opportunities for all. He can only get sponsor's exemptions and attempt to Monday qualify into events until June 28 and once that day passes, he'll be placed at the bottom of the Reshuffle List. He will really need to play well in the limited opportunities he'll get to keep his PGA TOUR card for 2013-2014.

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