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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Tom Lehman
Len Hochberg describes a historic Open Championship, which was held in Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years and claimed Shane Lowry as the victor.
Greg Vara analyzes the season's fourth and final major as Rory McIlroy enters as a popular favorite at Royal Portrush.
Len Hochberg ranks the field for this year's Open Championship at Royal Portrush where Rory McIlroy set the course record as a 16-year-old.
All aboard! Len Hochberg is the latest to jump on the Viktor Hovland train, and includes him among this week's targets for contests on DraftKings.
Bryson DeChambeau is up to No. 5 after winning the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, while Justin Rose won the Turkish Airlines Open to return to No. 1 in the world.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Will spend most of his time on the Senior Tour and we do not expect Lehman to be a factor on the PGA Tour in 2010.
What exactly does Tom Lehman have left in the tank? His seasons are basically one or two good runs, and a bunch of missed cuts in between. You need look no further than the putter to explain this pattern. Lehman is among the worst putters on tour, or at least he has been for the past couple years. The question is, can he improve upon that at his age? Putting rarely gets better as you get older, so it's not likely.
Lehman still has some game, but the ceiling is pretty evident. He's good for a couple top-5s each season, but not much more. Last season he hit a hot streak early and finished second at The Players, but did nothing the rest of the season. That's understandable as he had Ryder Cup duties that most likely were distracting him. But let's face it; he's not getting any younger. The main reason for the slide in his game has been the putter, and as most of you know, the putter rarely gets better with age.
Lehman had a nice year last year but he only played in 20 events. The year before he only teed it up 19 times. You can bet with the Ryder Cup in September his schedule will be even more limited. Even if it's not, you can bet he'll have his mind on the Ryder Cup and not his game as September approaches. Lehman might start the year well, but as the Ryder Cup talk starts to heat up, his game will most likely take a hit.
More Fantasy News
Lehman withdrew on Monday from the Memorial Tournament.
Lehman (-16) notched his second victory of the year with a three-under par 69 on Sunday at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic. Nick Price, Jeff Sluman and David Frost finished four strokes back at 12-under par.
Lehman (-13) made birdie at No. 18 to earn his third career Champions Tour victory with a three-under par 69 on Sunday at the Allianz Championship. Jeff Sluman and Rod Spittle finished tied for second at 12-under par.
Lehman, at 11-under, is leading J. L. Lewis, Bernhard Langer and Fred Funk by two strokes going into the closing round of the Champions Tour Major, the JELD-WEN Tradition being played in Sun River, Oregon.
Lehman ( T-60 at one-over) had a hole-in-one at the 17th hole of his third round on the Whistling Straits course at the PGA Championship. China's Wenchong Liang (T-4 at nine-under) set a new course record with his third round eight-under 64.