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Brian Harman kicks off his 2018-19 PGATOUR season at THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES this week on Jeju Island, South Korea.

Harman is looking to build on his outstanding fifth-place finish last season, a start which served as a springboard into his 2017-18 campaign. THE CJ CUP served as the first of five straight top-10 finishes, and four top-5 finishes, to start last year. Harman posted a first-round 68 last season in Round 1 and he didn't look back, shooting par or better in all four rounds. One area that is a concern is the fact he ranked 154th in 3-Putt Avoidance last season, an area golfers need to fare well in this event.
Oct 17 - 1:54 AM

Ryan Armour arrives at this week's CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES in South Korea looking to make some noise.

Armour fired out of the box in the first round last season, ranking 11th on TOUR in Round 1 Scoring Average. Now, he just needs to figure it out in the final three rounds. His accuracy off the tee really helps, although pinpoint accuracy from the tee box isn't necessary on the wide fairways on Jeju Island. The 42-year-old is above-average in sand save percentage, and that could help him on a course littered with bunkers. As long as he avoid missed opportunities on the smallish greens, he could surprise for fantasy owners.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 17 - 1:44 AM

Steven Bowditch will be out of action until late 2019 at the earliest as he preps to undergo back surgery next month.

Bowditch provided a statement via Twitter saying, "I spent much of the last two years dealing with lower back pain, leg numbness, sciatic pain, loss of control of my side and tingling in my toes." He'd go on to explain the length diagnosis process and declare he has Pars defect and Spondylolysis which requires surgical fusion of the L5, S1. The two-time winner is hoping to finally be able to play pain-free. Bowditch will play out of the Past Champions category upon return which will limit his available opportunities.
Oct 16 - 10:44 PM

Australian veteran Marcus Fraser will make just a third trip to the Andalucia Masters Valderrama at Real Club Valderrama, Spain this week.

Just the two trips to the southern tip of Spain for the Aussie and mixed returns: In 2004 he managed T24, but he missed the cut in 2011. He likes tree-lined courses, but clearly has seen little at this layout to prompt him to return on a regular basis. This week he arrives whilst languishing at 146th on the Race to Dubai so has little choice. Two weeks ago he opened 68-68-67 to lie T3 after 54 holes of the Alfred Dunhill Championship, but a final lap 77 saw him manage only T10. At Walton Heath in the British Masters he could manage only T48.
Oct 16 - 2:03 PM

Callum Shinkwin needs something special this week in the Andalucia Masters Valderrama at Real Club Valderrama, Spain.

It's been a tough campaign for the Englishman for whom T8 in the Italian Open is his only top ten finish. Since then he has made only four cuts in 11 starts and arrives fresh off three failures to play all week. Hence a ranking of 123rd on the Race to Dubai and the need for a fine performance to retain his card. He has played the course once before, in the 2016 Open de Espana, but he scraped into the weekend with a pair of 75s and then added 78-79 at the weekend, which is not an effort that screams for inclusion in any selection this week.
Oct 16 - 2:02 PM

Steven Brown will make his course debut in this week's Andalucia Masters Valderrama at Real Club Valderrama, Spain.

The Englishman plays out of Wentworth and it has often been true that specialists at one perform well at the other. That said, Brown shot 80-77 on the West Couse in May at the BMW PGA Championship. He was T2 in the Made in Denmark on a tree-lined track and had a great chance of winning it, eventually losing out in a play-off to an inspired Matt Wallace. Since then he missed four cuts and was then T16 at Walton Heath in last week's British Masters. His card is safe (97th on the Race to Dubai) so he can play a free hand and might be a sneaky outsider for a top ten.
Oct 16 - 2:01 PM

55th on the Race to Dubai, Joakim Lagergren tees it up in the Andalucia Masters Valderrama at Real Club Valderrama, Spain this week.

It's been a funny season for the Swede since his maiden win in May at the Sicilian Open. He followed it with three missed cuts, followed it with four weekends on the bounce, then another four failures to play four rounds, before T29 last week in the British Masters when an opening 68 had him T5 on Thursday night. It was a first sub-70 lap in 12 tries. He often plays tight, tree-lined venues very well (top tens at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, Carya, Milano, Delhi), but that trend has never been in evidence in two starts at this course. He shot 69-83 in the 2016 Open de Espana and 75-73 in this event last year.
Oct 16 - 2:00 PM

Bradley Dredge will make an 11th appearance in the Andalucia Masters Valderrama at Real Club Valderrama, Spain this week.

The Welshman is right on the cusp of retaining his card, lying 111th on the Race to Dubai, needing to move up at least one spot, but threatening his hopes is a course record which is showing diminishing returns. In his first four starts at the RTJ Sr track he featured in the top ten every time at some stage in the week, recorded his best finish (T3) in debut in 2002 and had a pair of top 20s in 2003 and 2005. Since then? Never inside the top ten at any point in the week and a best of T34 in 2016. T6 in the KLM Open and T16 at the Portugal Masters, he missed the cut in both of the last two weeks.
Oct 16 - 1:59 PM
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