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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Conners had a break out 2018-19 season where he picked up his first PGA Tour victory and nearly $3 million in earnings. His numbers this past season, while good, weren't exactly on par with his previous season. Considering his rookie season wasn't the best, Conners' upside is still in question. During a normal season, where cap numbers weren't discounted as much, Conners would be a good salary cap selection, but since there are so many great options for the upcoming season, Conners is simply one that should be considered.
Conners' rookie season on the PGA Tour was nothing special. He earned just under $800k and just missed the top-125 on the FedEx list. His second season though, this past season, was exceptional. Not only did he crack the top-125, he actually made it to the TOUR Championship. Conners did so by picking up his first win on the PGA Tour along with a runner-up and a third-place finish. He managed only one additional top-10 after that, but he did close with a nice stretch during the FedEx playoffs. Conners might be the real deal, but there are a lot of guys on the PGA Tour just waiting to do this season, what he did last season. The odds of Conners improving upon his numbers from last season are not high.
In his first full season on the PGA Tour, Conners managed a singular top-10 finish at Colonial on the strength of a career low 63 in the third round. There's definitely some upside for Conners as he also contended at the Valspar Championship and Corales Puntacana Championship, but sputtered to final rounds of 77 and 76 respectively to drop down the leaderboard. Though he earned $728,296 this past year, his solid ballstriking numbers and 20-of-28 made cuts give hope that the youngster will be a mainstay on the PGA Tour for many years ahead.
Conners dragged his feet to barely come away with his PGA Tour card in the Web.com Tour Finals, but nonetheless will enjoy a full schedule this season. Conners has played in just 10 PGA Tour events in his life and made just one cut, so don't expect much from the 25 year old.
More Fantasy News
Paces BMW field in driving accuracy
Conners fired a seven-under 65 on Sunday at the BMW Championship to finish 14-under and tied for 22nd.
Fourth in SG: APP at Liberty National
Conners carded a one-under 70 on Monday at the Northern Trust to finish 13-under and tied for eighth.
Struggles with Sunday 73
Conners recorded a three-over 73 in the final round of The Open Championship to finish tied for 15th place.
Poor iron play at Muirfield Village
Conners closed with a five-over 77 on Sunday at the Memorial Tournament to finish six-over and tied for 53rd.
Leads CSC in GIR percentage
Conners closed with a one-over 71 on Sunday at the Charles Schwab Challenge to finish four-under and tied for 20th.