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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Ted Potter, Jr.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
The 33-year-old veteran was unable to establish himself during his first three years on the PGA Tour from 2012-2014, missing 38 of 71 cuts during that span. He missed just 6 of 21 cuts on the Web.com Tour in 2017, however, while 12 top-25s and a pair of runner-ups vaulted him to 14th on the regular season money list. Potter also finished T37 at the Greenbrier Classic in July, but shouldn't pose much season-long fantasy relevance at this stage of his career.
Potter Jr. has been the typical hit or miss guy for the entirety of his two years on the PGA Tour. In his first season, Potter Jr. made just over 50% of his cuts, but he also won. Last year he made the cut exactly half the time, but failed to win. Instead he earned two well-placed top-10s. Potter Jr. is too inconsistent to risk a salary cap spot on this year. In draft leagues he's worth a look because he's won on the PGA Tour, but very late.
Heading into July last year, Potter had a one-way ticket to Q-School ready to purchase, then it all changed. Potter spent the first half of the season missing more cuts than he made and his rookie year appeared to be heading nowhere. Then a trip to the Greenbrier Classic changed everything. With his win there, Potter didn't have to worry about securing his card anymore, and that ticket to Q-School, well, he didn't need that, either. The disappointing part of Potter's season was what he did, or failed to do, outside that win. He didn't show much of anything for the majority of the season, which makes him a poor choice in salary cap leagues this season. In draft leagues, he should go in the 10th round or later.
Much like another southpaw that we all know and love, Bubba Watson, Ted Potter Jr. is also gaining access to the PGA Tour via his fine performance on the Nationwide Tour, but that's where the comparisons end. Potter ranked 89th on the Nationwide Tour in driving distance, which makes his runner-up finish on the money list even more impressive. Potter gets around the course by hitting greens and putting well, and that's a formula that translate to any level of golf.
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T27 at TOC
Potter closed with a one-under 72 on Sunday at the Sentry Tournament of Champions to finish one-under and tied for 27th.
Recovers well after poor opening round
Potter fought back into a tie for 14th place at the CJ Cup that he closed out with a two-under 70 in the final round.
T54 finish at CIMB Classic
Potter settled for an even-par 72 in the final round of the CIMB Classic to finish in a tie for 54th place.
T48 at WGC event
Potter faltered on the weekend and ended up in a tie for 48th place when it was all said and done at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Fourth top-25 of season
Potter carded a final round one-under 69 to finish in a tie for 23rd place at the Quicken Loans National on Sunday.