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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Cameron Percy
The RotoWire golf crew projected 2020-21 earnings for more than 200 golfers who have PGA Tour cards for this season. What will Dustin Johnson do to back up his Tour championship?
The RotoWire golf crew ranks the 2020-21 golfers with projected earnings and season outlooks, as Justin Thomas looks poised for his best season yet.
He's not the biggest name in the field, but Collin Morikawa should still make plenty of noise in DraftKings contests this week.
Bryce Danielson and Greg Vara analyze golfers from the Korn Ferry Tour who qualified for 2019-20 PGA Tour cards. Does Grayson Murray's upside outweigh his risk?
The RotoWire golf crew projected 2019-20 earnings for more than 200 golfers who have PGA Tour cards for this season. Will Justin Thomas be the leading money winner?
Past Fantasy Outlooks
A solid iron player by trade, Percy is a veteran journeyman who finished 144th on the points list last season. He went to the Web.com Finals to retain his card for a third consecutive year, but narrowly missed, finishing 29th. He'll, therefore, have conditional status on the tour this season. His lack of results while retaining PGA Tour status heretofore is something to behold with just four career top-10s in six seasons, including just one last year. It's almost sad to note that he experienced the best earnings of his career last year at $623,694, which speaks to his lack of upside. Keep your distance from Percy in drafts.
Percy finished T10 in the first Web.com Finals event, and that was enough to carry him to a PGA Tour card for the second consecutive year after missing in 2014-15. He went T61-MC in the last two Finals events to cap an unimpressive year, carding two top-25s in 15 PGA Tour events. Expect more of the same this season from the 42-year-old Australian.
The 40-year-old Aussie returns to the PGA tour after a one-year absence, having Web.com Tour victory and third-place finish facilitate his promotion. In 2013, Percy missed 13-of-21 PGA cuts, with only one top 25. A similar 2014-15 seems in the cards for him.
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T32 at Quicken Loans National
Percy shot a final round even-par 70 at the Quicken Loans National and finished in a tie for 32nd place.