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Despite a stretch of spotty recent form, Daniel Berger has owned TPC Southwind with back-to-back wins in his first two appearances at the event as he makes our list of targets on FantasyDraft.
Phil Mickelson's sterling track record at TPC Southwind makes him a golfer to target in this week's contests on FanDuel.
Henrik Stenson has not played in this event since 2012, but the stats say he is a golfer to hone in on in this week's contests on FanDuel.
Stewart Cink does not have a great track record at TPC Southwind, but if he continues playing like he has lately, he will provide value in this week's FantasyDraft lineups.
Phil Mickelson nearly won in Memphis three of the last four years and apparently will not have one eye focused on the U.S. Open, making him one of the top options in this week's DraftKings lineups.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Frazar was the typical PGA TOUR journeyman until last year when he actually won an event. For the first time in his career he was free of the top-125 burden as he was exempt for two seasons. It looked like that freedom was going to open up some new doors for Frazar early last season as he posted top-5s in his first two starts, but after that hot start, Frazar faded. He will be back in the familiar spot of once again, fighting for the top 125 this season, and unless he turns his game around quickly, it could be a long year. There probably isn't enough upside to merit a selection in salary cap leagues, but he is a PGA TOUR winner, so he does have some value in draft formats.
It only took about a decade, but Harrison Frazar finally earned a PGA Tour victory. Frazar is the definition of a journeyman on the PGA Tour. He's spent most of the decade trying and ultimately failing to earn his card, but now he can relax, for two years. With his win at the FedEx St. Jude Classic last season, Frazar is now in uncharted territory. Had this win come 10 years ago, there might be reason to think that he'd take off, but considering that he's been grinding so long, there's not much upside anymore. At any rate, Frazar has spent much of the last decade in the sub-$1-million range, so card or no card, he's just too risky of a pick.
Being the medalist at last year's Q-School didn't do much for Frazier. Sure, he doesn't have to defend this title this year, but we've seen the best from Frazar, and it's nothing special.
The good news is Frazar seemed to finally tap his potential when he had a nine-week stretch where he finished no worse than 36th. In eight of those nine events he finished in the top 25. Here's the bad news: that run started with the B.C. Open and ran through the fall season. Frazar has more potential than most golfers around No. 98 on the money list, but he's shown a lack of consistency for years now, which makes it hard to think he'll have a breakthrough anytime soon. That said, the run late last year was enough to make him a solid choice for 2007.
Frazar is consistent, but consistently mediocre -- the type of guy you should aviod in fantasy drafts because he never wins. If he hasn't found a way to get over the $1 million mark in the last five years, you should safely avoid him and go with someone with more upside.
More Fantasy News
Frazar makes just his fourth start of the season at this week's Crowne Plaza Invitational.
Frazar has seven starts remaining on a major medical extension, needing to earn $535,516 or 325.087 points to retain a PGA Tour card.
Frazar missed the three-day cut at the Humana Challenge on Saturday after shooting a 4-under 212.
Frazar, who is playing under a major medical extension (back), made the cut in the season-opening Frys.com Open.
Frazar is in the field for this week's Northern Trust Open.