Mar 7, 2007

Fantasy Picks For The PODS Championship

By Ottawa Golf Blog   Posted at  3/07/2007 09:26:00 PM   No comments

Vijay Singh: Won this tournament in 2004. One of the only top 10 ranked players playing. He can win here if he keeps it in the short grass.

Average 30.5 2006 T-19 (-3)2005 CUT2004 Win (-18)2003 2 (-9)

K.J. Choi: Won last year and back in 2002. He usually plays great in Florida.

Average 57.206 Win (-13)2005 WD2004 CUT03 T-40 (+2)02 Win

Charles Howell III: After his win at the Nissan had a decent Accenture Match Play, not a great record here but is playing amazing(1st Money List/Fedex Points/Scoring Avg.) and with a week off should be refreshed.

Average 58.02006 CUT2005 T-16 (-1)2004 T-50 (0)2003 T-24 (0)

Jesper Parnevik: See below

Brett Wetterich: Brett finished second last year at this event and finished strong last week with a final round 67 to finish last week in a T8 position. He's rounding into form which saw him win the Byron Nelson last year.

Average 40.52006 T-2 (-9)

2002 79 (+10)

Trevor Immelman: Doesn't have much of a track record at this event. But I have a hunch he'll play well at this course. His finish at the Accenture (3rd) will help with his mental game.

Average 44.02006 T-44 (+2)

Long shots:

Sergio Garcia: hasn't played this event before. If his putter is on he could win this week.

Camilo Villegas: A tie for second last week will do him well, except for a few wonky putts he might of won. He loves Florida. We'll see.

Average 31.02006 T-31 (-1)

Bernard Langer: Played well last week except for his second round. Plays well in Florida. Look at his record on the PGA Tour this year(T10, T13). He just might surprise.

Average 31.52006 T-25 (-2)2005 13 (-3)2004 T-24 (-4)

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