Golf Draft Kit: 2019-20 Deep Dive
Golf Draft Kit: 2019-20 Deep Dive

This article is part of our Golf Draft Kit series.

Surely, hopefully, this will be the last fantasy-golf strategy article you read because … well … welcome to the bottom of the barrel, folks.

Just about everyone you'd want to consider for your fantasy play will be from one of four places: the top-125 of last season's FedEx Cup point standings, Nos. 126-150 because they have conditional status and get to play a lot of tournaments, internationals coming over to play in select events, or the 50 new Korn Ferry Tour graduate.

The guys we'll be discussing here are none of those guys.

In the RotoWire auction league, our 14 teams draft nine golfers each for a total of 126, and we start a maximum of five per tournament. At the end of our draft, we are really trying to find a hidden gem that could somehow give us an unexpected boost. You may find them on this list. And if you don't find them on this list at the time you draft, you may see them emerge during the season.

Here, we will do a deep dive to find golfers who, for one reason or another, are outside the top-150 yet still exempt in some fashion – or expected to be exempt – for 2019-20. Some of them are big names, major champions even, as you will see.

Zach Johnson

The former top-10 golfer and two-time major champion has been fading for a number of years now. But his slide was never like it was last season, when the

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Len Hochberg
Hochberg covers golf for RotoWire. A veteran sports journalist, he contributes to Sports on Earth and was an editor and reporter at The Washington Post for many years.
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