This article is part of our Golf Barometer series.
If you were still mesmerized by the highlights of Tiger Woods' dignified Masters victory while the RBC Heritage wore on last week, you're not alone. We've certainly seen more than enough of Matt Kuchar already this season, so it was a bit refreshing when C.T. Pan kept his poise on the way to a life-changing win at Harbour Town. A funky two-man team format at the Zurich Classic now awaits, with two rounds of best ball and two rounds of alternate shot featured at TPC Louisiana. We'll take a look at several fantasy trends and injury updates around the PGA Tour as April draws to a close.
Cantlay, who captured a late lead at the Masters before ultimately making a couple costly bogeys down the stretch, was in the mix again this past week as he fell only two shots shy of Pan at the RBC Heritage. Cantlay is due for a breakthrough as the 18th-ranked player in the world, having gone since the 2017 Shriners Open without a win. He's gaining strokes across the board this season with no real weaknesses other than occasional driving accuracy and sand-save woes, sitting at third in scoring average, fifth in SG: Total and fifth in scrambling.
A bogey-free final round at Harbour Town led to Stuard's fifth top-25 of the season and fourth top-20 in his last six showings. He gained over 6.5 strokes on approach shots at the RBC Heritage and ranked fourth among