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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Dylan Frittelli
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Frittelli followed up his 2018-19 season in which he picked up his first win with a respectable season with a better than 2:1 made/missed cut rate and three top-10s. It's a little concerning that his SG: Off-the-tee and SG: Approach numbers both dipped to around the Tour average, however. He's fully committed to playing on the PGA Tour over the European Tour as well. Not an exciting pick but a very safe one.
Entering the month of July, Frittelli was staring a return to the Korn Ferry Tour squarely in the face and then he won the John Deere Classic. That win was Frittelli's only top-10 of the season, but it was obviously enough to secure his privileges for the upcoming season and the one after as well. There are a couple issues when considering Frittelli this season. The first is, he didn't show much before or after his win at the John Deere. The second is, a lot of younger players don't perform the season after a big win. Whether it's because of a let down or some other reason, the seasons directly following that win is generally not a productive one.
Despite being a PGA Tour non-member throughout the 2017-18 season, Frittelli notched a pair of top-25s in 11 starts en route to six made cuts. The 28-year-old South African resides in the top-70 of the Official World Golf Ranking thanks to two wins on the European Tour in 2017, so he'll be someone to keep an eye on in 2019 if he ramps up his activity level on the PGA Tour. Frittelli earned his card via the Web.com Tour Finals, which included finishes of T9-T17 at the Albertsons Boise Open and Nationwide Children's Hospitals Championship.
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Set to play The Open
Top-5 finish at Masters
Frittelli closed with an even-par 72 in the final round of the Masters to finish in a share of fifth place.
Ties for 11th at Sherwood C.C.
Frittelli carded a two-under 70 on Sunday at the ZOZO Championship to finish 17-under and tied for 11th.
Adds another top-25 result
Frittelli fired a three-under 67 on Sunday at the Wyndham Championship to finish 13-under and tied for 20th.