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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Seamus Power
In concluding events on both sides of the pond, a pair of golfers -- one on the rise, and one already at the top in Colin Morikawa -- punctuated stellar stretches of play with a title.
Ryan Pohle believes a win is coming for Alex Noren, and he's willing to wager this is the week that happens.
Patrick Rodgers has been hit-or-miss so far this season, but Len Hochberg expects him to wind up on the plus side in this week's contests on DraftKings.
Not long ago Jason Kokrak did not have even one PGA Tour victory, but thanks to a sizzling showing over the weekend, he wound up in the winner's circle for the third time in 13 months.
Seamus Power has been as consistent as they come the past few months, and according to, Ryan Andrade, that makes him a golfer to go after in this week's contests on FanDuel.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Power got into only 11 tournaments last season, playing out of the 126-150 category. He made seven cuts with two top-25s. He should get more starts in a full season, and get near his previous average of about $700k in earnings.
There wasn't a huge difference from the 2017-18 season when Power made the playoffs, and last season when he finished 143rd in the standings. He only had two more missed cuts and one less top-25 this past season. Power needs to really make a big step up in his ball striking, as he ranked 189th in SG: Approach and 177th in SG: Tee-to-green. He will be a risky option in salary cap leagues.
Power has spent two seasons on the PGA Tour and he's finished 130th and 114th on the FedEx points list. While Power improved his FedEx position last season, when consider that he was 15th on the PGA Tour in strokes-gained putting, the minimal gain in points is a bit of a letdown. Power's overall game is not where it needs to be in order to see a significant improvement. Power would need to improve his tee-to-green game while maintaining his incredible putting from last season and that's just not likely to happen. With that in mind, Power is not a good salary cap option this season.
Power's rookie season on the PGA Tour started slowly but ended with promise as he notched three of his four top-25s in his final five events. If Power can muster enough starts to build momentum early in the wraparound season, look for him to flirt with $1 million or more in earnings. Of course there's downside for a sophomore slump that tosses him between the PGA and Web.com tours, but you could do much worse than the 30-year-old Irishman.
Not sure what this says about Power or the crop of potential European Ryder Cup captain's picks, but Seamus, pronounced "Shamus," was on some lists of potential options for Darren Clarke. He was not picked, but that doesn't diminish his impressive 2016 campaign. He got his PGA Tour card through a win at the United Leasing & Finance Championship, and had a solid summer run that included three top-20 finishes, one at the Rio Olympics where he represented Ireland and tied for 15th. That week, in a limited but still strong field, he ranked 14th in SG tee-to-green, complementing a season-long Web.com Tour ranking of 13th for greens in regulation. Don't be surprised if Power sneaks up on some leaderboards early. The mere mention of him has a possible captain's pick shows you what those across the pond think of him.
More Fantasy News
T7 in GIR percentage at Mayakoba
Power closed with a three-under 68 on Sunday at the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba to finish 14-under and tied for 11th.
Moves up 20 places in final round
Power rose into a share of 12th place after shooting a four-under 67 in the final round of the Butterfield Bermuda Championship.
Playing in Wyndham Championship
Will not play 3M Open