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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Curran posted solid numbers during his rookie season, but his 2nd-season was even better. Curran's cuts-made percentage was 50% during his rookie season, but he upped that to nearly 67% in his second season. Oddly enough, he regressed in the top-10 and top-25 categories, yet he pocketed almost $1 million more in season two. The difference in earnings can be attributed to where he picked-up his lone runner-up finish. During his rookie season, his runner-up came at the Puerto Rico Open, while last year it came at the Memorial. Needless to say, the purse is significantly different between those two events. Curran is trending upward and may be able to keep this trajectory, but it feels a little risky at this point to take him in a salary cap format. In drafts he should go in the sixth or seventh round.
Curran finished 12th on the regular season money list and enters the 2014-2015 PGA Tour season in 21st (out of 50) position on the Reshuffle List. He earned his PGA Tour card via a win at the Brasil Champions Presented by HSBC and two other top-10 finishes. He struggled for much of the summer, however, and missed the cut in 11 of his last 13 starts. As a result he’s got little momentum heading into the fall, and would appear to be the perfect player to have a tough time making the immediate adjustment from the Web.com Tour to the PGA Tour. There’s no doubt that Curran has a lot of talent, but as someone who finished 116th in the Web.com Tour All-Around Ranking, fantasy players should hold off on drafting or starting him in the fall until they see his play improve.
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