Bill Lunde
Bill Lunde
43-Year-Old Golfer
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2018–19 Fantasy Outlook
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Enters field at Greenbrier Classic
July 3, 2017
Lunde will be in the field for the upcoming Greenbrier Classic, Rob Bolton of PGATour.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Lunde's spot in the field was made available due to Zack Sucher's withdrawal for an undisclosed reason. Lunde has appeared in just four events all season, but he finished runner-up at the Puerto Rico Open in March.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Bill Lunde
The Reshuffle List: Web.com Finals Update
September 26, 2015
Jeremy Schilling looks at how Reshuffle List players, like Hiroshi Iwata, are faring in the Web.com Finals as they try to punch cards for the 2015-16 PGA Tour season.
The Reshuffle List: That's A Wrap
August 30, 2015
Jeremy Schilling runs down the final PGA Tour card fallout, who earned cards this year, who earned cards for next year and who came up empty.
The Reshuffle List: Down the Stretch
August 9, 2015
With four events left, Jeremy Schilling looks at golfers who are on the cusp of a tour card for next season, unlike Justin Smith, who already secured a spot for 2015-16.
The Reshuffle List: Fallout from the Sixth Reshuffle
July 18, 2015
Jeremy Schilling recaps the latest Reshuffle List standings to see who's in and after the final reshuffle of the season. Where's Justin Thomas stand?
Golf Draft Kit: PGA Qualifiers from the Web.com
September 22, 2014
Bud Cauley has played on the PGA Tour, but he needed a boost from the Web.com playoffs last season to earn his card for 2014-15.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
2015
2011
2010
Lunde won the 2010 Turning Stone Resort Championship for his lone PGA Tour title, and he cleared $1 million in earnings. Let’s hope he saved, because it’s not happening again. He also had some decent years in 2009, ’11-’12 for a four-year run on Tour. He finished 22nd on the Web.com Tour money list to regain his card and, at 44th in the priority rankings, will have a tough time getting enough starts to make a dent.
Lunde parlayed a top-5 finish on the 2008 Nationwide money list into a spot on the PGA TOUR in 2009 and once there, he did just enough to keep his card for the following season. Last year, he took it a step further and secured his card for the next two seasons by winning the Turning Stone Resort Championship in early August. However, he did very little before and after that event, so it's hard to tell if his game has really come that far. He could be the next Paul Goydos, though, which wouldn't be the worst thing in the world. Unsurprisingly for a golfer who only played well a few times last season, his stats as a whole are not impressive. His best area is driving distance where he ranked 85th.
The majority of Lunde's 2009 earnings came from two strong finishes: a sixth-place showing at the AT&T Open and a fourth-place finish at the Frys.com Open. Without either of those, he'd almost certainly be back at Q-School. Unless Lunde can become more consistent or finish highly a couple times again, hey may very well end up back in qualifying next season.
More Fantasy News
March 31, 2012
Lunde and the following players have been designated as MDF, Made Cut Did not Finish, at the Houston Open: Omar Uresti, Jimmy Walker, Padraig Harrington, Hunter Haas, Kris Blanks, Kyle Stanley, Chris Stroud, Lucas Glover, Duffy Waldorf, William McGirt, Chris DiMarco, Daniel Summerhayes, Ryan Moore, Colt Knost and Justin Leonard.
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July 19, 2011
Lunde is in the field for the RBC Canadian Open this week.
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June 3, 2011
Lunde withdrew before the start of his second round at the Memorial Tournament, PGA Tour.com reports.
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August 8, 2010
Sophomore Lunde, 17-under, closed with a six-under 66 to earn his first PGA Tour title edging hard-charging J. J. Henry (low round of the day 63) at the Turning Stone Resort Championship.
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April 23, 2010
Lunde withdrew after 17 holes of his second round at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
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