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november 14th 19.12
CT Pan and JJ Spaun are obvious picks this week but I am happy to overlook two non PGA tour winners @ around the 20/25 mark – I believe that way the poor house beckons but it means there is value further down the field

Jim Furyk
60 points ew 50/55 – lots of different place options were available
I simply don’t get the price of Furyk this week – can only be his age that makes him a big price considering his current/course form yet what did we see last week with two forty somethings winning for the first time in a while, and it’s only been 3 ½ years since his last tour win.
He has had a lot more on his plate than most players this year with the Ryder Cup captaincy but he was 4th in the Wyndham Championship before those duties fully took over. Returning to normal playing duties was always going to be a bit tricky and he m/c at Summerlin but followed that up with 6th last week in Mexico. He may also be inspired by two of this years Ryder Cup Vice Captains winning last week.
You can forget him contending at bombers courses but this is right up his alley – two of his last three wins have been around Harbour Town – very similar to this weeks venue.
He has solid course form of 11/3/6 and feels right at home in Georgia with excellent form around East Lake including 1/2/2/3
Last weeks 6th showed his game was in fine fettle ranking 1st for DA and 2nd for GIR – if he can maintain that at this weeks venue he won’t be far away

Robert Streb
20 points ew 110/1 .MORE
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