Fantasy Tip Sheet: AT&T National

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Augusta (Ga.) National Golf Club

4/10/2014 - 4/13/2014

Pos Name Thru Today Overall
1 Bubba Watson $1,620,000 600 -8
2 Jonas Blixt $792,000 270 -5
2 Jordan Spieth $792,000 270 -5
4 Miguel Angel Jimenez $432,000 0 -4
5 Rickie Fowler $342,000 115 -2
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Tournament host and defending champion Tiger Woods isn't in the field, but there are a slew of big names that intrigue our fantasy panel at the AT&T National this week.

Jim Furyk, Rickie Fowler, Billy Horschel and Brandt Snedeker are all in the field, but none register as favorites at Congressional.

Adam Scott is receiving plenty of love from the panel, being the top-ranked golfer in the field and enjoying some recent success at the track. Fellow Aussie Jason Day is also a man to watch, while our Jeff Rude is picking Hunter Mahan for the second consecutive week.

Our panel continues to battle for the top spot, with Lance Ringler keeping a stranglehold on first place, while Jim McCabe and Nick Masuda are nipping at his heels.

Check out their picks for the week:

Rank Winner Wild Card Last Week
Rude Hunter Mahan

In a rich vein of form, has had success at Congressional, looks like winner soon.

Chris Stroud

Hot horse, riding high despite playoff loss.

Winner: Hunter Mahan ($49,410); wild card: John Rollins ($11,163). 2013 total: $6,690,440

McCabe Adam Scott

Nice little run going in this tournament, T-3 in 2011 at Aronimink, third last year at Congressional. He knows there's room for improvement, though.

Angel Cabrera

Has showed great form for the past three months, save for the U.S. Open, though he rebounded beautifully at The Travelers. Plays tough courses well and Congressional ranks as a toughie.

Winner: Rickie Fowler ($111,020) ; wild card: Padraig Harrington ($12,017). 2013 total: $7,562,947

Ringler Jason Day

Obvious choice based on past results. Recent form is good with a T-2 at U.S. Open two weeks ago. Played well in this event last year with T-8 at AT&T National last year.

Angel Cabrera

When he is good he can win and has a history of playing well at major venues and Congressional is a major venue.

Winner: Hunter Mahan ($49,410); wild card: Charley Hoffman ($196,725). 2013 total:$7,810,843

Masuda Adam Scott

Going by the book this week and Scott is the top-ranked player in the field.

Russell Henley

Would get my vote for Rookie of the Year, and I'll take him here despite little experience at Congressional.

Winner: Bubba Watson ($292,800); wild card: John Rollins ($11,163). 2013 total: $7,370,894

The field according to the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings

  • 2. Adam Scott
  • 7. Jason Day
  • 10. Billy Horschel
  • 12. Jimmy Walker
  • 17. Brandt Snedeker
  • 19. Jim Furyk
  • 20. Brendon de Jonge
  • 22. Bo Van Pelt
  • 24. Robert Garrigus
  • 27. Bill Haas
  • 30. Graham DeLaet
  • 32. Chris Kirk
  • 34. Pat Perez
  • 35. Vijay Singh
  • 36. Nick Watney
  • 37. Freddie Jacobson
  • 38. Rickie Fowler
  • 39. Hunter Mahan
  • 41. Jeff Overton
  • 42. Bob Estes
  • 44. Harris English
  • 47. John Senden
  • 48. K.J. Choi
  • 50. Charles Howell III
  • 51. Russell Henley
  • 53. Ryan Palmer
  • 66. Jordan Spieth
  • 67. Charley Hoffman
  • 69. John Huh
  • 70. Greg Chalmers
  • 73. Marc Leishman
  • 74. Justin Leonard
  • 75. Nicolas Colsaerts
  • 77. Gary Woodland
  • 79. Richard H. Lee
  • 80. Luke Guthrie
  • 81. Seung-Yul Noh
  • 85. Martin Laird
  • 86. John Merrick
  • 92. Jonas Blixt
  • 94. Angel Cabrera
  • 95. Ben Crane
  • 96. David Hearn
  • 98. Brad Fritsch
  • 99. Camilo Villegas
  • 103. Scott Stallings
  • 109. Bud Cauley
  • 110. J.J. Henry
  • 111. Martin Flores
  • 113. George McNeill
  • 116. Stewart Cink
  • 117. Brian Harman
  • 118. Henrik Norlander
  • 119. Stuart Appleby
  • 120. Chez Reavie
  • 121. Morgan Hoffmann
  • 122. Brendan Steele
  • 125. John Rollins
  • 129. Sang-Moon Bae
  • 131. Justin Hicks
  • 133. Roberto Castro
  • 138. Kevin Chappell
  • 139. Bryce Molder
  • 140. Ken Duke
  • 144. Doug LaBelle II
  • 148. William McGirt
  • 149. Nicholas Thompson
  • 152. D.H. Lee
  • 156. Robert Streb
  • 159. Davis Love III
  • 160. Brandt Jobe
  • 161. Matt Every
  • 162. Brian Stuard
  • 164. Chris Stroud
  • 166. Mark Wilson
  • 168. Charlie Wi
  • 170. Cameron Tringale
  • 175. Matt Jones
  • 178. Scott Brown
  • 179. Daniel Summerhays
  • 181. David Lingmerth
  • 182. Ted Potter, Jr.
  • 184. Brendon Todd
  • 185. Ryo Ishikawa
  • 191. Ben Kohles
  • 192. Brian Davis
  • 194. Y.E. Yang
  • 195. Jeff Maggert
  • 196. Jason Kokrak
  • 198. Tom Gillis
  • 204. Sean O'Hair
  • 205. Erik Compton
  • 210. Patrick Reed
  • 212. Aaron Baddeley
  • 213. Ben Curtis
  • 216. Vaughn Taylor
  • 230. Trevor Immelman
  • 231. Tag Ridings
  • 235. Casey Wittenberg
  • 241. Will Claxton
  • 248. James Hahn
  • 250. Chad Campbell
  • 252. Justin Bolli
  • 256. James Driscoll
  • 262. Ricky Barnes
  • 263. Greg Owen
  • 266. Shawn Stefani
  • 274. Steve LeBrun
  • 278. Jason Bohn
  • 279. Dicky Pride
  • 288. Tommy Gainey
  • 291. Troy Matteson
  • 297. Rory Sabbatini
  • 299. Charlie Beljan
  • 301. Luke List
  • 309. Aaron Watkins
  • 311. Lucas Glover
  • 327. Fabian Gomez
  • 329. Scott Langley
  • 330. Derek Ernst
  • 340. Andres Romero
  • 392. Stephen Ames
  • 396. Johnson Wagner
  • 408. Jonathan Byrd
  • 418. Bobby Gates
  • 433. Colt Knost
  • 463. David Mathis
  • 575. Robert Allenby
  • 590. Joe Ogilvie
  • 591. Arjun Atwal
  • N/R. Chris Williams
  • N/R. Steven Fox
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