• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
The American revolution is upon us, and Ryan Moore should be a key part of it, starting with his first win this week.
If you haven't yet picked Vijay Singh in your fantasy golf pool, take a chance on him at this week's 84 Lumber Classic.
Tiger Woods is driving for five titles in a row this week, but Fantasy Focus reports why he won't win in Boston.
If Camilo Villegas is to win this year's ROY award, he's going to have to win a tournament. Fantasy Focus claims it could happen this week.
In one of the easier selections of the year, Golf World chooses Kenny Perry to triumph at the U.S. Bank Championship, writes Fantasy Focus.
Everyone will be talking about Michelle Wie this week, but Fantasy Focus says to watch out for Carlos Franco at the John Deere Classic.
Sure, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will make their returns at the Western Open, but Fantasy Focus says it could be a less-heralded player who claims the trophy.
Against a less-than-stellar Buick Championship field, Zach Johnson is this week's pick to win in Fantasy Focus.
Don't look for an obscure player to win this week at Westchester. In fact, the winner will be a familiar face, Fantasy Focus says.
It isn't often there's an easy pick at such a high-level event, but Fantasy Focus says Retief Goosen is just that at the Memorial.
Who is the Junkman? Well, you'd better find out. Come Sunday, he could be a PGA Tour champion.
Kenny Perry is a two-time champ at Colonial, but having just come off knee surgery, Fantasy Focus opts for another tour veteran instead.
At an event that has a long line of quirky winners, Nick Price is the choice to win this week's Byron Nelson Championship.
Sergio Garcia lost a six-shot lead at last year's Wachovia Championship. Fantasy Focus says he'll hang on this time around.
There's another weak field at this week's Zurich Classic, but up-and-comer Lucas Glover could come out on top at English Turn.
With two top-five finishes in his last two Shell Houston Open starts, Darren Clarke is a solid pick at this year's edition of the event.