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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Sebastian Munoz
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.
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Birdies will be coming in bunches this week, and because of that, Sungjae Im lands a spot among Ryan Andrade's picks to click on FanDuel.
Bryce Danielson breaks down this week's slate on Yahoo and tells you why Joseph Bramlett could be a sneaky addition to your lineups.
Ryan Pohle lists his favorite wagers of the week and explains why he expects Patton Kizzire to win you some money.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Munoz rode his maiden PGA Tour win at the second event of the season, the Sanderson Farms, all the way to the Tour Championship. It's hard to count on that again, so regression is in order. He also tied for third at the RSM, generating about 70 percent of his regular-season points from those two events. On the other hand, qualifying for so many big events, including some no-cut WGCs, will give him some "free" money to boost his total.
Munoz's first go-round on the PGA Tour ended in a spot outside the top-125, but his second attempt concluded with a better result. Munoz slid just inside the top-125 last season, which means he has his playing privileges for next season. That's the good news. The bad news is, there wasn't much to see last season from Munoz. While he managed to secure his card, his best finish was a T9 and most of his best work was done against lesser fields. Munoz is young and has time to grow, but through two seasons on the PGA Tour, he looks like guy who will continually struggle to get inside the top-125.
Munoz finished just outside of the top-150 in the FedExCup standings during the 2016-17 season, when he posted a T3 at The Greenbrier but also missed nine cuts in 17 starts. He appeared in 22 events on the Web.com Tour in 2018, notching a pair of runner-up finishes and a third-place result to ultimately come in seventh on the regular season money list. The Colombian ranked 33rd in ball striking, 24th in putting average and 14th in birdie average.
Munoz won a tournament to get inside the top 25 on the Web.com regular-season money list, but he also missed 16 of 23 cuts. That was his first foray onto the secondary tour, and he's never played a PGA Tour event. But he will now, and he'll likely experience significant growing pains.
More Fantasy News
Records fourth top-5 since May
Munoz recorded an even-par 70 on Sunday at the ZOZO Championship to finish six-under and tied for fourth place.
Unable to convert 54-hole lead
Munoz shot an even-par 71 in the final round of the John Deere Classic to finish in a share of fourth place.
Hot putter leads to T-3 result
Munoz closed with a two-under 68 in the final round of the Charles Schwab Challenge to finish in a share of third place.
T9 at Valero Texas Open
Munoz carded a three-under 69 on Sunday at the Valero Texas Open to finish eight-under and tied for ninth.