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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Zac Blair
Cameron Champ won the Safeway Open at Silverado Resort in Napa, California, showcasing his impressive skills and dedicating the win to his ailing grandfather.
Bryce Danielson and Greg Vara analyze golfers from the Korn Ferry Tour who qualified for 2019-20 PGA Tour cards. Does Grayson Murray's upside outweigh his risk?
The RotoWire golf crew projected 2019-20 earnings for more than 200 golfers who have PGA Tour cards for this season. Will Justin Thomas be the leading money winner?
Greg Vara and the RotoWire golf crew rank the 2019-20 golfers with projected earnings and season outlooks, as Brooks Koepka has settled the debate over the world's best golfer.
When it comes to major championships these days, it's Brooks Koepka's world, and we're all just living in it. Len Hochberg ranks the field for the upcoming U.S. Open, and there's no surprise at the very top.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
After regressing in the two seasons following his promising rookie campaign Blair finds himself at a crossroads for 2017-18 season as the first man outside the top-125 FedEx Cup points bubble. As such, Blair will definitely need to maximize his limited opportunities this upcoming season with conditional status. Blair's game is characterized by strong driving accuracy and a good short game, so look for him to capitalize on courses that place a premium on these aspects, especially when the field strength is diluted. From what he's shown in his early career his upside seems to be capped, but he's good enough to post at least a couple top-10s to slip inside the top 125.
It's not uncommon for a golfer to regress after a solid rookie season as Zac Blair did last year. What is uncommon is to regress within that sophomore season. Blair started last season fairly well with a top-10 at the Mayakoba and a solo-3rd at the Sony Open, but after that, there was little to write home about. In fact, Blair failed to crack the top-50 in his final nine events. Blair certainly could improve this season, an optimist would point-out that he's successfully secured his card in his first two seasons, but there doesn't appear to be a whole lot of upside at this point. In draft leagues, he should go after the 10th-round.
What Zac Blair did in the past month is utterly sensational. Graduating from BYU earlier this year with a degree in Recreation Management, Blair qualified for the U.S. Open, tying for 40th. He didn’t play his first Web.com Tour event until July, but made enough money in basically a two month timeframe to qualify for the Web.com Tour Finals (a T2 at the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper certainly helped). But then his game hit a cold snap and he missed the cut in the first three Finals events, shooting no rounds in the 60s, before turning it ON at the Web.com Tour Championship, opening with 63-65 and ending up finishing solo second. That all adds up to an eighth place starting spot on the Reshuffle List and a ton of positive vibes heading into the Frys.com Open in two weeks.
More Fantasy News
T42 finish in Dallas
Blair closed with a one-under 70 in the final round of the AT&T Byron Nelson to finish in a tie for 42nd place.
T36 at Texas Open despite four double-bogeys
Blair closed with a one-over 73 in the final round of the Valero Texas Open and finished in a tie for 36th place.
Added to Valero Texas Open
Stumbles on weekend
Blair finished in a tie for 30th at the Safeway Open after closing with a two-over 74.
T29 at Quicken Loans National
Blair shot a one-over 71 in the final round of the Quicken Loans National and finished in a tie for 29th place.