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The lengthy 2022-23 season came to a close Sunday, and as we head into the break one thing is certain: things are looking way up for Ludvig Aberg.
Brian Harman has a lot working in his favor this week, and Ryan Andrade will be adding him to lineups for the final PGA DFS contests of the season on FanDuel.
It had been a trying few years for Camilo Villegas, but he overcame all the adversity at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship and picked up his first PGA Tour win since 2014.
Vince Whaley's price may be a bit peculiar, but Len Hochberg warns you not to overlook him when setting lineups for this week's PGA DFS contests on DraftKings.
Erik van Rooyen needed a big week to secure his PGA Tour card for 2024, and all he did was go out and pick up the second PGA Tour victory of his career.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
McNealy was boom-or-bust early in the season, as he missed 10 of his first 18 cuts, but when he did make the weekend he finished top-25 in all but two of them. Once the summer arrived, however, McNealy started to play a lot more consistent and pile up top-25 results. Putting and short game are his biggest areas of strength. If he can be a more consistent iron player, he has the potential to really boom in 2021-22.
McNealy is only 24 and showed some real progress, making 17 of 23 cuts with six top-25s, three of which doubled as top-10s. He could see a jump this season.
McNealy made his PGA Tour debut as a bright-eyed 18-year-old back in 2014 when he qualified for the U.S. Open, and despite making 16 additional appearances since that point, he'll still be eligible for the Rookie of the Year award quest throughout the 2019-20 campaign after earning full status via the Korn Ferry Tour's Regular Season Points List. The former Stanford standout, who won the 2015 Haskins Award as the nation's top collegiate golfer, notched top-3 finishes at the LECOM Suncoast Classic and Ellie Mae Classic on the KFT in 2019. He also ranked sixth or better among his peers in both putting and birdie average. Well known for his family's fortune off the course, McNealy should be taking golf notes from girlfriend Danielle Kang of LPGA fame.
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McNealy posted a two-day total of two-under at the AT&T Byron Nelson to miss the cut by two strokes.