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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Andrew Johnston
Len Hochberg reviews both the John Deere Classic, won by Dylan Frittelli, and the Scottish Open, won by Bernd Wiesberger, in anticipation of this week’s Open Championship.
Pete Gargano analyzes this week's Euro Tour event as hometown favorite and past champion Martin Kaymer arrives in good form.
Pete Gargano analyzes this week's Euro Tour event as Aussie Jason Scrivener will be at home down under.
Paul Casey will be playing a home game this week at Wentworth Club, which is plenty evidence to make him a top target in this week's contests on DraftKings.
Pete Gargano breaks down the Euro Tour's Open de Espana as John Rahm returns home fresh off a solid run at the Masters.
2016 Fantasy Outlook
Few took golf more socially by storm in the second half of 2016 than Andrew "Beef" Johnston. The Brit who said out loud, publicly, right after his Spanish Open win that he'd celebrate Open by getting really drunk (which is an automatic way to gain a ton of fans on social media, by the way) backed up his party antics by: a) getting really drunk, b) contending at the Open Championship and being in the second-to-last group on Sunday before finishing eighth, c) getting a sponsorship with fast-food chain Arby's and staring in some utterly hilarious commercials, d) coming to the U.S. to play the Web.com Tour Finals for a PGA Tour card even when he had a place to play and e) backing up those intentions with great play - fourth at the Boise Open - to clinch his tour card. It's uncertain how much he'll play over here or how well he'll play being a world traveler playing both tours - we've seen that backfire before - but he has the game to contend in a big spot and a personality that's infectious.
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Bounces back in Australia
Johnston closed with a one-under 71 on Sunday at the Australian PGA Championship to finish five-under and tied for ninth.
Misses cut in Hong Kong
Johnston missed the cut by three strokes at the Honma Hong Kong Open with a two-round total of four-over-par.
62nd place at U.S. Open
Johnston shot a one-over 71 in what otherwise was a difficult week that left him in 62nd place at the U.S. Open.
Back on the course
Johnston (shoulder) played in the Italian Open last week but did not make the cut.
Withdraws from PGA Championship
Johnston withdrew from the PGA Championship following his first round due to a shoulder injury.