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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Max Homa
Rory McIlroy has yet to finish outside of the top-5 in four starts to begin 2019, headlining our list of 'Risers' in this week's Golf Barometer.
Bryce Danielson and Michael Riek analyze golfers from the Web.com Tour who qualified for 2018-19 PGA Tour cards. Does Sam Burns have a shot to make some noise this season?
The RotoWire golf crew projected 2018-19 earnings for more than 200 golfers who have PGA Tour cards for this season. Will Dustin Johnson be the leading money winner?
Greg Vara ranks the 2018-19 golfers with projected earnings and season outlooks, as Justin Thomas is in the conversation of best golfer alive.
Jeremy Schilling analyzes the fallout from the latest reshuffle as Kelly Kraft looks to be about one solid finish from clinching his PGA Tour card.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
The youngster out of UCLA was a rookie in 2014-15 and enjoyed limited success. So he returned to the Web.com Tour and finished 23rd on the regular-season money list to get a second try. He should be better suited this time around, but whether enough to reach the playoffs and keep his card is a big question mark.
Seeking Special Temporary Membership, Homa played eight events last year while not accruing FedEx Cup points. He started off terrifically, finishing T9 as a sponsor exemption in the season-opening Frys, using that top 10 to get into the Shriners, in which he finished 30th. But that was that, and his bid for STM stalled. He turned to the Web.com Tour in May, and finished in the top 25 in regular-season earnings. So he’s a bit hard to predict. But top 125 seems out of range.
More Fantasy News
Backs out of Puerto Rico Open
Into Genesis Open field
Ties for 10th at Pebble
Homa fired a five-under 67 on Sunday at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to finish 10-under and tied for 10th.
T26 at WMPO
Homa fired a three-under 68 in the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open to move into a tie for 26th place.