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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Cameron Smith
Len Hochberg ranks the field 1-to-144 for the year's third major, and it should come as little surprise which golfer heads the list.
The RotoWire golf crew projected 2020-21 earnings for more than 200 golfers who have PGA Tour cards for this season. What will Dustin Johnson do to back up his Tour championship?
The RotoWire golf crew ranks the 2020-21 golfers with projected earnings and season outlooks, as Justin Thomas looks poised for his best season yet.
Dustin Johnson carries a hefty price tag in this week's contests on DraftKings, but Len Hochberg believes he is playing too well to pass up.
Dustin Johnson strutted his stuff at TPC Boston, finishing an eye-popping 30-under-par and winning the PGA Tour's first playoff event by a whopping 11 strokes.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Smith has had a bit of an odd journey to get to this point on the PGA Tour. He earned his card by playing well as a non-member in 2015, but his game left him the following season as a PGA Tour rookie. He found his game the following season when he earned over $2 million and expectations were high entering last season. He wasted no time living up to those expectations as he earned five top-6 finishes in his first 12 starts last season. Smith's game oddly left him though over a five-start stretch where he failed to make a single cut. He regained his form at the end of the season however as he picked-up consecutive 3rd-place finishes to start the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Smith should continue to improve this season and his price tag is in a decent spot for salary cap purposes.
Smith made the most of his limited status last year as he won the Zurich Classic in April, which secured his card for the upcoming season. The question with Smith, as with all younger golfers who win early is -will he get complacent or will he take his game to the next level. Early after his win, it looked like complacency was setting in, but he finished the season strong, which would indicate that he's ready to hit the ground running this season. The problem is, he set the bar pretty high last season and as such, he's not a great salary cap selection for the upcoming season.
The young Aussie took a step back in his second season on tour, but that's not uncommon. He did not have a top-10 in his 24 starts and finished 157th in points. It's entirely possible the 23-year-old contends for a playoff berth in 2016-17.
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Led by a hot putter in 2019-20
Smith has competed in 10 events in the 2019-20 season and is ranked ninth in SG: Putting.
Surges with Sunday 64
Smith jumped into a share of 22nd place after firing a seven-under 64 in the final round of the WGC-Mexico Championship.
Wins on first playoff hole
Smith notched his second career PGA Tour victory at the Sony Open on Sunday after shooting a two-under 68 in the final round.
T3 in South Korea
Smith closed with a round of three-under 69 at the CJ Cup to finish in a tie for third place.
Excels with putter at the Greenbrier
Smith closed with a one-under 69 on Sunday at a Military Tribute at the Greenbrier to finish eight-under and tied for 24th.