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Comment from: John Hohlen [Visitor] Email
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This game takes a different approach and doesn't have a draft, but rather limits each golfer usage to twice per season.
12/23/07 @ 15:13
Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
What I enjoy is trying to identify obscure players that might do well. It makes me slightly ill when the talking heads on TV are asked who they like in a tournament always go with the chalk. Last year Anthony Kim was my pick. For 2008 I like Chris Stroud, Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, Jin Park, and Yong-Eun Yang. One player I followed all last year was George McNeill because he is from my home town of Fort Myers. Honestly, If everyone knew the whole history, he was the story of the year on the PGA Tour in 2007.
12/27/07 @ 23:11
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
I think the rookie to watch is streaky young Nick Flanagan, who got the rare battlefield promotion to the PGA Tour last year after winning his 3rd 2007 Nationwide Tour event. Problem was that as soon as that happened, the Tour had switched to Fed Ex playoff mode and, of course, he wasn't eligible. He played a few Fall Series events posting 2 top 20s and 2 missed cuts. This followed his streaky pattern from the Nationwide Tour where he had 5 missed cuts in just 17 events to go along with the 3 wins. This tells me that he doesn't "spit the bit" when he gets in the hunt, and that he is liable to manage a rookie win (or 2) this year on the PGA Tour. I had hoped to select him in the last round of my fantasy draft but somebody just beat me to him.
12/28/07 @ 08:33
Comment from: Erik [Visitor] Email
Nice draft! You might be interested in my fantasy golf site, http://shlinklincolnsports.com. I'll be posting about our Draft Auction results next week. It was my first fantasy golf Auction and it was a blast.

12/30/07 @ 22:32
Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor]
Will follow Nick Flanagan, Jason Day & Dustin Johnson with interest - any support for Alejandro Canizares?
01/05/08 @ 11:21
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Good genes, but Canizares is a long shot.
01/08/08 @ 10:30
Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor]
My call looking good at the moment!
01/12/08 @ 13:19
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Ahhh, but the tourney is 72 holes. To be fair the weather did not help his cause but the pressure of finishing well probably was the largest factor.
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