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Waste Mgt 2022 Stats

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Bay Hill 2022 Stats
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The Players 2022 Stats

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WGC Match Play 2022 Stats

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Harbour Town 2022 Stats

Mexico Open 2022 Stats
Mexico Open 2022 Stats

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Wells Fargo 2022 Stats

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PGA Championship 2022 Stats

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2022


This website is to help the user identify PGA Tour golfers with the best potential for winning golf tournaments.  The best potential can often be indicated by players’ recent finishes and his finishes in previous years at the event being played.

Spreadsheet data has indicators of “hot” players and “horses for courses” players. Picks is the combination of the 2 spreadsheet indicators.

Some explanations: 

  • The links on the left of the page provide raw data on a spreadsheet of each player in the event and how he finished in the previous weeks and his finishes at the event over the past 5 years.
     

  • Both sets of data within the spreadsheet help choose golfers who are either playing well going into an event or played well at the event in prior years. Consider these as either “hot” or “horses for courses” so to speak. If a player is both “hot” and plays the course well, it’s a good indication he’ll have a decent finish, with a chance to win.
     

  • The “picks” link is a page where a few players are identified as having decent potential based on the spreadsheet data.
     

  • The best way to use the spreadsheet is to start right between the most recent finish for the player and where the player finished in the event last year.  If those two numbers are pretty low, then there’s a good chance the player will do well. Obviously, the more lower numbers next to a player, the more likely he is to finish well at the event.
     

  • Good luck in your picks. No matter how much research might be out there, there are about 150 guys teeing it up every week with a chance to win.  This site is just trying to show the ones who may have the best chance.

We look forward to any comments, feedback or suggestions to help improve this website. 
Please email us at stats@fantasygolfstats.com

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Picks
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and
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  Sentry 2022 Picks
 

  Sony 2022 Picks
 

  Amex 2022 Picks
 

  Farmers 2022 Picks
 

  Pebble Beach 2022 Picks
 

  Waste Mgt 2022 Picks
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  Riviera 2022 Picks
 

  Honda 2022 Picks
 

  Bay Hill 2022 Picks
 

  The Players 2022 Picks
 

  Valspar 2022 Picks
 

  WGC Match Play 2022 Picks
 

  Valero 2022 Picks
 

  The Masters 2022 Picks
 

  Harbour Town 2022 Picks
 

  Mexico Open 2022 Picks
 

  Wells Fargo 2022 Picks
 

  Byron Nelson 2022 Picks
 

  PGA Championship 2022 Picks
 

  Colonial 2022 Picks
 

  Memorial 2022 Picks
 

  Canadian Open 2022 Picks
 

  U.S. Open 2022 Picks
 

  Travelers 2022 Picks
 

  John Deere 2022 Picks

     

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