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Francesco Molinari

World Ranking: #18

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Arnold Palmer Invitational (2018)
#22. The Italian fits the mold of the ball-striker who I'm targeting this week at Bay Hill. He's booked four straight top-20s here (three top-10s), and ... Read More
Waste Management Phoenix Open (2018)
#27. Molinari faded on the weekend at Torrey Pines, but finished a respectable 45th on that long golf course. TPC Scottsdale definitely fits his game be... Read More
Farmers Insurance Open (2018)
#18. If you're not long off-the-tee, you need to be deadly accurate with long irons. Enter Frankie Molinari, who is probably the best long iron player i... Read More
EMC Championship (2017)
#26. Molinari burned a lot of people last week by missing the cut at the Northern Trust. He was underpriced there (we thought), but this week he's even ... Read More
The Northern Trust (2017)
#24. I'm not a Molinari guy most weeks, but I can't overlook his play over the past few months. He's posted three top-6 finishes, including a runner-up ... Read More
U.S. Open (2017)
#27. Molinari has been on a tear recently. He ranks 1st in my statistical model, mostly thanks to his incredible ball-striking the past few months. Moli... Read More
The Players Championship (2017)
#14. Molinari did his usual weekend disappearing act last week at Wells Fargo, after leading on Thursday and Friday. He's still looking for his first To... Read More
Wells Fargo Championship (2017)
#13. I'm targeting mostly stars and scrubs this week, but Molinari is one of the mid-tier players I love this week. He's made seven of his past eight cu... Read More
RBC Heritage (2017)
#15. When looking at my true ball-striking model this week, Molinari ranks 5th. That's not a surprise, as the Italian has always been known as a great i... Read More
Masters Tournament (2017)
#28. Molinari WD from the WGC Match Play citing a wrist injury, so we have to be a little cautious when rostering him this week. He's a short hitter, bu... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2017)
#15. Not surpisingly, Molinari loves Bay Hill. He's played here four times, finishing 9th, 17th, 5th, and 34th, and comes into this year's event in soli... Read More
Farmers Insurance Open (2017)
Molinari was overvalued last week, but I think he's undervalued this week. His great Sunday performance vaulted him to aa 12th place finish, whic... Read More
CareerBuilder Challenge (2017)
#11. Molinari finished 10th here a couple of years ago, and has been in excellent form recently on the European Tour. He's not a flashy name, and doesn'... Read More
Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (2017)
#7. The Italian is making the trip to Las Vegas off of two solid events in Europe: a win at his home Italian Open, and a 6th last week in Po... Read More
Travelers Champ (2016)
#21. Money Molinari has been playing some great golf recently. He is fresh off a T22 at the PGA Championship last week. He has finished no worse than T36 i... Read More
The Open Champ (2016)
#18. Molinari always sets up nicely on courses this week and has a solid history at Open Championships in the past with two top 20s in his last three start... Read More
Memorial Tourn (2016)
#23. Molinari debuted at the Memorial last year and promptly put up a T3. He played in Europe last week and finished T55, but he has three top 20 finishes ... Read More
Valspar Champ (2016)
#29. The ultra-accurate Italian has played Valspar once and finished T40 last year. His profile from last year looks great for the course. His profile from... Read More
CareerBuilder Challenge (2016)
#13. Molinari was the most accurate driver of the ball on the PGA Tour last year, so he merits strong consideration again this week. He also finished 18th ... Read More
British Open (2015)
#22. Molinari is 19th in SG: T2G (though a distant 173rd in driving distance). He’s also sixth in 3-putt avoidance at 25 feet or greater which is a reasona... Read More
Travelers Champ (2015)
#7. All signs point to Molinari having a fantastic run this week. He’s sixth in par 4 scoring (and first at birdie or better 5 < 125 yards), fourth in GIR... Read More
US Open (2015)
#20. I missed out on the Italian last week, but not this week. He’s put up three top five finishes in his last four tournaments. He’s made three of six cu... Read More
Memorial Tourn (2015)
#13. Molinari comes back to the States this week as he gears up for the U.S. Open. His time back “home” was profitable as he put up a T2 at the Spanish Ope... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2015)
#24. Molinari entered the Valspar off of back to back missed cuts. He got back on track finishing with a T40 last week. He’s played Bay Hill twice and has ... Read More
Valspar Champ (2015)
#21. Molinari is the most accurate driver of the ball on the PGA Tour this year. He’s fourth on the European Tour in the same after finishing 11th in 2014.... Read More
Northern Trust (2015)
#23. The Italian returns to make another cut I'm sure. Another solid all-around player who should succeed here, but has only one appearance (last year -... Read More
Phoenix Open (2015)
#18. The Italian Jerry Kelly? Yes, I know Mr. Kelly missed the cut at the Humana, but Molinari didn’t! In fact Molinari picked up his second top 10 (worldw... Read More
Sony Open (2015)
#22. Molinari is now an official PGA tour member. He’s the new version of my choice at #25 – a cut-making machine. He missed only three cuts out of 30 star... Read More
Wyndham Championship (2014)
#14. Molinari is playing Sedgefield for the first time in his career. He recently finished T15 at the Open Championship prior to a T31 at Firestone and las... Read More
WGC-Cadillac Championship (2014)
#25. Molinari compiled three straight top-15s with one top-three at Doral from 2010-12. Last year, however, he only managed a T28. He earned a T13 on the E... Read More
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship (2013)
#29. Over the last three years, Molinari has finished inside the top 15 each time at Doral. However, he missed the cut at Abu Dhabi and lost in the first r... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2012)
#21. The younger Molinari brother has been tearing up the European Tour and done fairly well against PGA Tour competition this season. Last year he finishe... Read More
The Open Championship (2012)
#8. Since finishing T29 at the U.S. Open, Molinari has caught fire. He scored a T10 at the Irish Open prior to solo seconds at the Open de France and las... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2012)
#21. Dating back to last year, Molinari owns 10 top-20 finishes in his last 11 worldwide starts. The Italian is coming off a victory in the Spanish Open an... Read More
World Golf Championships - Cadillac Championship (2012)
#25. While the younger Molinari brother missed five straight PGA Tour cuts last year, he’s been impressive at Doral over the last two years while remaining... Read More
The Open Championship (2011)
#24. We came into this week anticipating Francesco would be higher on our rankings for the British Open, but he has hit a rough patch as performances of... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2011)
#12. Of the two Molinari brothers in the field this week we are wasting no time in throwing our vote to Francesco. Edoardo has spent more time than most... Read More
The Heritage (2011)
#11. Molinari continues to push for PGA Tour stardom while his brother continues to build on an already-established reputation of greatness in Europe. H... Read More
The Masters (2011)
#24. Of the two Molinari brothers in the field we are tempted to lean toward Francesco based on their performances last season (nothing to write home ab... Read More
Shell Houston Open (2011)
#7. It seems the Molinari brothers are taking turns seeking triumph on the PGA Tour, and while Edoardo is taking the week off from American golf, Francesc... Read More
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship (2011)
#23. Neither of the Molinari brothers are putting up the numbers we anticipated thus far on the 2011 edition of the Tour, but both clearly possess the ... Read More