Gary Woodland has finally found his groove with the flat stick as his fantasy value continues to rise heading into the FedExCup playoffs.
Xander Schauffele is heating up at the end of the season for a second consecutive year, highlighting our list of
Russell Knox is among our
Cameron Smith's fantasy value continues to dip with four consecutive missed cuts, while this week's Barometer also takes a look at recent winner Francesco Molinari's surge to prominence this season.
Sergio Garcia's fantasy value is on the downswing following a combination of three missed cuts and a 70th-place finish in his last four starts on Tour.
Adam Scott's extraordinary ballstriking has aided in covering up evident putting woes, but the Aussie's fantasy value is on the rise as he seeks qualification for the U.S. Open in the coming weeks.
With three Top-5s over his last four events, Bryson DeChambeau will make his PLAYERS debut with plenty of momentum. Check out who else is rising and falling as the Tour heads to TPC Sawgrass this week.
Henrik Stenson's fantasy value is on the rise after bouncing back from a missed cut at the Valero Texas Open with a trio of top-six finishes in his next three starts.
Chesson Hadley is featured as a 'riser' in this week's edition.
Jordan Spieth's elite ballstriking has earned him a spot in this week's Barometer as a
Kiradech Aphibarnrat's fantasy value continues to rise after placing top-five at a World Golf Championships event for the second time already this year.
Brandt Snedeker's fantasy value has taken a hit after failing to qualify for both the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play and upcoming Masters, sliding to 76th in the OWGR.
Tiger Woods is highlighted as a 'riser' in this week's look at golfers with changing fantasy value.
Thoughts of retirement crossed Bubba Watson's mind during a strenuous 2017 campaign, but the hard-hitting lefty is back on the rise with his sights set on a third career Green Jacket in early April.
Rory McIlory's quest for his first worldwide win since 2016 continues, while he hasn't notched a top-15 finish in the United States since early August.
Sam Saunders' fantasy value is on the rise after four consecutive top-26 finishes as he continues to step out of the shadow cast by his late grandfather.
Phil Mickelson hasn't won since 2013, but he's back on the rise heading into the Genesis Open after a pair of top-five finishes in his last two starts.
A disappointing hand injury resulted in a withdrawal for Hideki Matsuyama at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, but positive news regarding his situation has come to light.
Rory McIlroy is off to a fast start in his quest to bounce back from an injury-ridden 2017 campaign, having already placed top-three in his first two starts of 2018.
The PGA Tour sophomore has never finished top-25 in three consecutive events, but Murray will have a chance to do so at this week's Farmers Insurance Open as he efforts to build consistency.
Three consecutive missed cuts have caused Jamie Lovemark's fantasy value to slide early in the season, while uncharacteristically poor ball-striking numbers are to blame.
Romantic comedies run hot or cold with movie experts, but the critics agree: Jon Rahm is a rising star.
Justin Rose's position in the Official World Golf Ranking along with his fantasy value have risen sharply during his current stretch of eight consecutive top-10s heading into this week's Hero World Challenge.
All eyes will be on Brandt Snedeker in his return from a five-month absence due to a rib injury, but can he shake off the rust immediately?
Pat Perez is coming off the best season of his career at 41 years old, while age hasn't begun to slow him down just yet.
Tyrell Hatton has earned a boost in fantasy value -- and a tip of the cap -- for his recent run of sterling play overseas.
Gary Woodland has finished as a runner-up twice at the CIMB Classic. Will this finally be his year to claim the win?
The PGA Tour season begins this week at the Safeway Open, but a back injury will force Danny Lee to watch from the sidelines as he continues his recovery.
While the likes of Jon Rahm and Justin Rose have improved their fantasy stock throughout the FedExCup Playoffs, Kevin Kisner owns zero top-40s in his last four starts.
Paul Casey hasn't won since 2014, but six straight top-15s have the Englishman trending in the right direction with two events left in the FedExCup Playoffs.