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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Bronson Burgoon
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?
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Paul Casey came through for those that included him in DraftKings lineups for the PGA Championship, and Len Hochberg believes he will do the same this week.
Daniel Berger's current top-10 streak earns the Florida native a spot among the "Risers" in this week's Golf Barometer.
Big names are hard to find this week, but Henrik Stenson stands out among the crowd, and heads up this week's selections for contests on DraftKings.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Burgoon just missed the top 125 during his rookie season two years ago, but he parlayed his limited playing status into full privileges for this season. A top-10 at the Quicken Loans National and a runner-up at the John Deere are to thank for Burgoon's spot in the top 125, but outside of those two finishes, he didn't get much done. In fact, Burgoon missed more cuts than he made last season, something that isn't often said about guys who finish inside the top 100 on the FedEx points list. On the bright side, Burgoon has shown the ability to finish inside the top-25, but without more consistency, he's just not a good salary cap option.
Burgoon's strong finishes at the last two events of the Web.com Tour Finals clinched him his PGA Tour card for the first time since the 2015-16 season. Burgoon's second full season on the PGA Tour this year will hopefully bring him his first top-10, but beyond that his expectations are likely quite low, and so are ours despite his solid driving and iron play. Avoid Burgoon in salary cap leagues and in draft leagues hold off until after the 10th round.
Burgoon missed 11 cuts in 27 starts in 2015-16 on the PGA Tour, including in three of his last four starts of the season. Part of the problem he'll seek to fix with some extra time off is a balky short game that left him 181st in strokes gained – around the green.
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Burgoon fired a three-under 67 on Sunday at the Charles Schwab Challenge to finish five-under and tied for 38th.