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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Soren Kjeldsen
Pete Gargano analyzes this week's European Masters in Switzerland where Matthew Fitzpatrick will try to keep his strong run going.
Pete Gargano analyzes this week's Euro Tour event in Ireland as Jon Rahm looks like a safe pick, though he likely will be highly owned.
Tiger Woods will play in the Match Play tournament for the first time since 2013, and with a relatively favorable draw, he lands in this week's recommendations for contests on DraftKings.
Peter Gargano previews the Alfred Dunhill on the Euro Tour where Ross Fisher is the horse for the course.
Pete Gargano breaks down this week's Euro tour event at Ballyliffin Golf Club in Ireland where Andy Sullivan should take advantage of the links course.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
The 42-year-old Dane drew inside the top-50 in the Official World Golf Rankings in 2016 but has since fallen to 88th, which means he will be eligible for far fewer high-profile events ont he PGA Tour this season. Kjeldsen figures to split his time between the PGA Tour and European Tour, and there's little to like given his limited availability to play stateside.
The Dane climbed into the top-50 in the OWGR in 2016, and he'll likely be in all the big events -- majors/WGCs -- this season. His worth will be predicated by how many other tournaments he decides to play stateside.
Kjeldson was consistent at the majors last season, he finished in the top-40 in three of four majors, but his best finished was a T30 at the Masters. His entry into the big events this season is up in the air, though, as his world ranking is 81st. He finished 43rd on the European Tour money list last year and he'll again mostly play overseas.
Kjeldson is a classic Euro player in that he'll only play in the biggest events on the PGA TOUR. While he's bound to have success at some of those events, it likely won't be enough to validate a selection. Kjeldsen moved from 50th to 35th in the 2009 final Official World Golf Rankings.
More Fantasy News
T37 at Open Championship
Kjeldsen fired a two-under 68 on Sunday at the Open Championship to finish two-over and tied for 37th.
Will play this week in France
No longer in St. Jude Classic field
Solid until Sunday
Kjeldsen struggled in the final round as he shot a six-under 78 to fall into a tie for 36th place at the Masters.
Loses in quarterfinals at WGC-Dell Match Play
Kjeldsen lost 7 & 5 to eventual runner-up Jon Rahm during the quarterfinals of the WGC-Dell Match Play.