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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Alex Prugh
DraftKings is running contests for both tournaments on the PGA Tour this week, and Len Hochberg has his eye on Harold Varner in the alternate event.
Bryce Danielson and Michael Riek analyze golfers from the Web.com Tour who qualified for 2018-19 PGA Tour cards. Does Sam Burns have a shot to make some noise this season?
The RotoWire golf crew projected 2018-19 earnings for more than 200 golfers who have PGA Tour cards for this season. Will Dustin Johnson be the leading money winner?
Greg Vara ranks the 2018-19 golfers with projected earnings and season outlooks, as Justin Thomas is in the conversation of best golfer alive.
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.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
After only four made cuts in 16 PGA Tour starts, resulting in 206th in the point standings, Prugh played his best golf of the season in the Web.com Tour finals to come back for a fourth go-round on the PGA Tour. Being an economics major at the University of Washington, Prugh should know things don’t look much brighter for him monetarily this time.
Prugh missed the cut in almost half his 20 Web.com starts last season and did not win in 2013, so how did he crack the top-25 on the money list? Consistent play on the weekend. Five top-10s, two of which were top-3 finishes add up to a decent number.
Prugh had a solid rookie campaign that included four top-10s and a runner-up finish at the Frys.com Open. He came out of the gate on fire last season, capturing three top-10s in his first four events, but his play fell after that stretch. In fact, from March through September, he was virtually non-existent. Fortunately for Prugh, he found his early season magic late in the year when he grabbed that runner-up finish. It's too early to tell if Prugh's mid-season swoon was a fluke; there's simply not enough to go on. That said, it's probably wise to pass on him this season. Prugh was pretty solid in three of the stats categories, with only driving accuracy as a problem.
More Fantasy News
Back in Honda Classic field
Removed from Honda Classic field
Ties for 33rd at Wyndham Championship
Prugh posted rounds of 69-66-66-70 at the Wyndham Championship to finish in a tie for 33rd at nine-under-par.
Prugh was added Monday to the field for the Shriners Open.
Prugh is in the field for this week's Puerto Rico Open, an opposite-field event.