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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring David Mathis
Ernie Els lost in a playoff last year at the Zurich Classic to first-time winner Jason Dufner. If Els is to win this time around he'll need strong iron play to avoid this course's many bunkers.
Rory McIlroy leads the way, but Tiger Woods isn't far behind.
Here's a handy cheatsheet that ranks golfers according to projected earnings and upside.
Value rankings for golfers comparing their earnings from last year with this year's projected earnings.
No surprise, Rory McIlroy tops this year's rankings, which focus on both draft leagues and salary cap leagues, including Yahoo! Sports fantasy golf games.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Persistent might be the best word to describe Mathis last season. How else could you describe someone who missed his first seven cuts last season, and 10 of his first 11, and still cracked the top 125 by season's end. Mathis actually rebounded quite nicely from his disastrous start by posting eight top-25s. More impressive, he did most of his work prior to the fall finish. While it's easy to admire Mathis' pluckiness, he's not really a 2013 option.
Mathis struggled last season as he only collected one Top-10, but he earned seven Top-25s and his PGA Tour card for 2012. Mathis needed two of those Top-25s just to retain his card for this year. Mathis has spent much of the last decade shuffling between the PGA Tour and the Nationwide Tour, and it looks like he'll again struggle to keep his card this year.
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Mathis, with the following players, have been designated as MDF, Made Cut but did not Finish: Nick O'Hern, John Merrick, George McNeill, Miguel Carballo, Tim Petrovic, Stephen Gangluff, Neal Lancaster, Patrick Sheehan, D. J. Trahan, Danny Lee, Tom Pernice, Jr., Angel Cabrera, John Peterson and Bart Bryant.
Mathis is in the field for the AT&T National this week.
Mathis, a winner at the Nationwide Tour BMW Charity Pro-Am, finished 14th on the Nationwide Tour money list earning his PGA Tour card for 2009.