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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Marc Turnesa
Bigger names than usual top this week's field, but Len Hochberg sees a lot to like in several less-heralded players, including two Las Vegas natives, an oddsmakers' favorite, and Gary Woodland.
The field for this year's event is stronger than usual and it includes Rickie Fowler, who finds himself listed among this week's picks for contests on FanDuel.
Len Hochberg recaps the Zurich Classic in New Orleans at which two-man teams compete against each other, with this year’s victory going to Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy.
Greg Vara previews Zurich Classic team event, as Ryan Palmer is a great pick this week because of his partner, Jordan Spieth.
Tony Finau is coming off two weeks in Asia, but the global travel hasn't stopped him from ranking at the top of Len Hochberg's DraftKings plays for the Shriners.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Turnesa has full playing privledges in 2009, but we do not see him as a factor. In early March, 2010, Turnesa suffered a lower back problem that affected L4 and L5, two lumbar discs in the lower spinal column. He is hoping to return to play in four months, July 2010.
The Turnesa name goes way back in PGA Tour lore: Marc's remarkable great grand-uncles: Jim won the 1952 PGA Championship; Joe won 15 PGA Tour events; Mike was a six-time PGA Tour winner; and Willie, only one not to be a professional, won the U. S. Amateur in 1938 and 1948 as well as the 1947 British Open.
More Fantasy News
Replaces Brown in RSM Classic field
Turnesa, who had been listed in the field of the Phoenix Open, has had his name removed from the field.
Turnesa, who tied for 33rd, six-under, at the Farmers Insurance Open, has been playing in the Major Medical Extension category. This week he has exhausted his last event without satisfying the set goals. To continue he will have to play in the Past Champion category.
Turnes, who has been playing in the Major Medical Extension category (MME), missed the cut at the Wyndham Championship.
Turnesa, playing in the Major Medical Extension category (MME), missed the cut at the Greenbrier Classic.