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Louis Oosthuizen

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Arnold Palmer Invitational (2018)
#16. Louis continues his up-and-down weeks, but there have definitely been more ups than downs. He's an elite ball-striker who just needs to find some c... Read More
Valspar Championship (2018)
#16. Louis was one of my picks last week, so seeing him go from first round leader to middle of the pack was pretty frustrating. He's clearly struggling... Read More
WGC - Mexico Championship (2018)
#13. Louis was solid last week at the Honda Classic, although a poor Sunday saw him slip to 24th. He's a world-class talent and ball-striker who should ... Read More
EMC Championship (2017)
#8. Louis is always tough to predict, but I'm in on him this week. After his runner-up finish at the PGA Championship, he posted a top-10 at last week'... Read More
The Northern Trust (2017)
#17. After his runner-up finish at the PGA Championship, Louis released a Twitter video highlighting his career runner-up slam. He's now finished runner... Read More
The Open Championship�(British Open) (2017)
#18. Oosthuizen won the 2010 Open Championship at St. Andrews out of nowhere, and has since become a stalwart on major championship leaderboards. He als... Read More
U.S. Open (2017)
#15. Surprisingly, Oosthuizen is near the top of my model this week. He's in solid form, posting a runner-up finish at The Players and then a top-20 at ... Read More
AT&T Byron Nelson (2017)
#7. Once again, Louis pops up in a big event. Last week, the South African finished 2nd at The Players Championship. He was right there all week, but j... Read More
Masters Tournament (2017)
#15. King Louis is an auto-bet for me every year at Augusta, if he's healthy. This year, as a bonus, he's actually in decent form. Louis hasn't missed a... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2017)
#12. Oosthuizen is always a risky play, but he's been in pretty solid form recently. He's posted a couple of recent top-5 finishes on Tour, and comes to... Read More
WGC-Mexico Championship (2017)
#14. Louis has burned us before in no-cut events, so tread lightly. He has chronic neck and back issues and is always a risk to WD, although he seems to... Read More
The Honda Classic (2017)
#5. I'm a bit surprised Louis is playing this week after a long weekend of golf in Perth. It seems he – and many other European Tour regulars &nd... Read More
Waste Management Phoenix Open (2017)
#29. Louis is near the top in my value rankings this week, as he's significantly underpriced on fantasy golf sites. This is a major champion, and peren... Read More
BMW Champ (2016)
#5. Oosty finished T16 at the 2012 BMW Championship and comes in playing well with four straight top 25 finishes on Tour and a T8 last week. He's 19th in ... Read More
Deutsche Champ (2016)
#15. Oosty has an excellent, if limited, record here with a second place finish in his 2012 debut and a T12 last year. He's not elite based on stats as he... Read More
Barclays (2016)
#9. The South African comes off his best finish (T17) since his T15 way back at the Masters. He’s made four of his last five cuts with a top 25 in all fou... Read More
Travelers Champ (2016)
#23. Louis is coming in off a T22 last week at the PGA Championship. He has three top 25 finishes in his last four starts. He is ranked in the top 20 in SG... Read More
US Open (2016)
#24. Oosty has an interesting history at U.S. Opens as he’s made the cut in just half his appearances (three for six). However, he has two top 10s in those... Read More
DEAN & DELUCA Invitational (2016)
#23. The South African withdrew last year at the DEAN & DELUCA; his first “missed cut” in three attempts. He finished T19 in 2012 and T38 in 2014 in his ot... Read More
AT&T Byron Nelson (2016)
#10. Oosty’s three starts here were from 2012 through 2014 and ended with MC, WD and T11 (2014). He’s an elite par 3 scorer (second in P3E175-200) and he’s... Read More
The Masters (2016)
#18. The South African missed the cut last week at the SHO which was almost predictable based on the amount of golf he played at the Match Play. He has mad... Read More
Houston Open (2016)
#13. Oosty has missed back to back cuts at the SHO after three straight top 20 finishes. The South African lost in the finals of the Dell Match Play last w... Read More
Valspar Champ (2016)
#23. Oosty debuted here four years ago and finished a solid T20. Since that debut, Oosthuizen has missed three straight cuts at the Valspar. That course hi... Read More
SGC-Cadillac (2016)
#11. Oosty comes in off a win at the ISPS HANDA Perth International tournament, a tournament with which I’m not terribly familiar. His form is solid with t... Read More
THE TOUR Champ (2015)
#12. Is he healthy? It looks like it. That's the big issue with Oosty especially in a no-cut tournament where you want your players to play all four days. ... Read More
BMW Champ (2015)
#12. You are going to have to take a risk or two this week with such a short field and Oosty is just our man. He’s hurt more often than not, but he’s had t... Read More
PGA Champ (2015)
#15. Is Oosty the Rickie Fowler of 2015? He was T19 at the Masters, and then T2 at the U.S. Open as well as the British Open. He’s on quite the run at majo... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2015)
#17. The South African is also making his first start on Tour since the Open Championship where he finished T2 as previously mentioned. He also finished T2... Read More
British Open (2015)
#9. I think there will be a lot of folks on Oosty because (a) he won here in 2010 and (b) he was T2 at the U.S. Open this year on a links-style course. He... Read More
Greenbrier (2015)
#17. Oosty! Well, he was back to fooling everyone last week by missing the cut at the Travelers. His last five tournaments have ended with T69, missed cut,... Read More
Travelers Champ (2015)
#20. So, I was wrong about Oosty as it looks like he’s nice and healthy based on his work at the U.S. Open. He’s 26th in par 4 scoring (though 159th in bir... Read More
Wells Fargo (2015)
#12. Oosty is another guy with a favorable profile. He’s 15th in par 5 scoring, 55th in scrambling, fourth in proximity, 50th in GIR and 68th in driving di... Read More
PLAYERS Champ (2015)
#12. Oosty! He checks a lot of boxes as he is 15th in par 5 scoring, 46th in ball striking, eighth in GIR. He is a putrid 118th in scrambling so there is s... Read More
RBC Heritage (2015)
#16. Oosty tees it up for the first time here. So far on the season he’s either finished in the top 20 (six) or missed the cut (twice). He picked up a T19 ... Read More
The Masters (2015)
#21. Oosty hits the ball a ton, but rarely knows where it’s going. And it shows in his results at Augusta with four cuts missed in six starts. He has a sol... Read More
Houston Open (2015)
#15. Oosty came into last year’s SHO on a hot streak with three top 20 finishes in a row at this tournament and back to back top 10s. He was on my list of ... Read More
Valspar Champ (2015)
#13. Oosty looked healthy last week at the Cadillac and could be a dark horse this week. He’s missed the cut here two years in a row, but did have a tie fo... Read More
WGC - Bridgestone Invitational (2014)
#27. Oosthuizen didn't play Firestone last year but finished solo fourth in 2012, midpack in 2011 and T9 in 2010. His last Top 35 came back in mid-May.... Read More
Travelers Championship (2014)
#18. Oosthuizen’s lone start at TPC River Highlands was a T47 in 2012. He has made three cuts in a row, started with a T11 at the Byron Nelson. ... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2014)
#29. Oosthuizen is coming off consecutive cuts made for the first time all year when playing in the states. In four career starts, he has struggled at the ... Read More
Crowne Plaza Invitational (2014)
#22. Oosthuizen didn’t play Colonial last year, but placed T19 in his 2012 debut and was T7 after three rounds. Oosthuizen has been in a slump nearly all y... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2014)
#29. Oosthuizen is back to struggling after a T25 at Augusta and a T2 at the Malaysian Open. He is coming off missed cuts in another international event an... Read More
The Masters (2014)
#30. Other than losing to Bubba Watson in the 2012 playoff, Oosthuizen has missed the cut in each of his other four trips to Augusta. The fact that he has ... Read More
Shell Houston Open (2014)
#18. Oosthuizen has played Redstone each of the last three years finishing T10, third, T16. However, in three stateside stroke play events, he has missed t... Read More
Valspar Championship (2014)
#21. Oosthuizen recently withdrew from the Honda Classic due to a back issue that he has been dealing with. He returned at Doral and left with a T40. The S... Read More
The Honda Classic (2014)
#19. Oosthuizen began the new year by beating a 36-man field in the Volvo Golf Champions on the European Tour. He would miss the cut at Riviera, but rea... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2014)
#26. Oosthuizen began 2014 by winning the Volvo Golf Champions for the second straight year, his first top-10 since last April. He’s playing Riviera for th... Read More
The Open Championship (2013)
#17. Since winning the 2010 Open Championship, Oosthuizen has finished T54 and T19 the last two years. Following two injuries and the birth of his third ch... Read More
John Deere Classic (2013)
#10. Oosthuizen appears to have overcome his recent hip injury with a T17 showing in last week’s Greenbrier Classic. His lone appearance at TPC Deere Run w... Read More
The Greenbrier Classic (2013)
#15. Oosthuizen is on the entry list for the first time at The Greenbrier Classic, but isn’t a sure thing. Oosthuizen withdrew before the second round of t... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2013)
#8. Oosthuizen missed the cut last year in the Byron Nelson, his only career start at the event. When he hasn't been missing cuts this season (somethin... Read More
The Masters (2013)
#10. Prior to last year's runner-up performance at Augusta, Oosthuizen had missed the cut in three straight starts. He's been equally erratic on Tour this ... Read More
Shell Houston Open (2013)
#11. After missing two of his three cuts, Redstone could prove to be a springboard for Oosthuizen’s struggling season. After a T16 in this event last year,... Read More
Tampa Bay Championship (2013)
#12. After missing the cut at the Honda Classic, Oosthuizen came back with a midpack finish last week at Doral. In his first career start at Copperhead... Read More
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship (2013)
#19. Oosthuizen has made the cut all five times he’s played Doral since 2007. He finished T60 last year, but scored top-20 finishes in 2009 and 2011. Oosth... Read More
The Honda Classic (2013)
#8. Oosthuizen began the year with a victory in the Volvo Golf Champions, a tournament of champions on the European Tour. More recently, he finished T34 i... Read More
TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola (2012)
#8. In the month of August, Oosthuizen recorded three top-fives in four events. He took a slight step back in the BMW, but still managed a respectable T16... Read More
BMW Championship (2012)
#3. Like McIlroy, Oosthuizen has tallied a trio of top-five results in August. Last week at TPC Boston he had opportunities to win but finished solo secon... Read More
Deutsche Bank Championship (2012)
#14. Even though Oosthuizen is a first timer at TPC Boston, he’s record a pair of top-fives in August so far and has now finished 21st or better in four st... Read More
The Barclays (2012)
#19. After missing four cuts in a span of five starts earlier in the season, Oosthuizen has finished 21st or better in his last three with a solo fourth at... Read More
PGA Championship (2012)
#8. Even though Oosthuizen has never played well in this event, he’s coming off a solo fourth in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational -- his first top-five si... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2012)
#23. Oosthuizen had his moments at The Open Championship, but ultimately finished T19. He finished T9 in his first Firestone in 2010 but dropped to T37 las... Read More
The Open Championship (2012)
#18. Oosthuizen has been all over the map this season. After finishing third, second and first in consecutive events he’s missed four cuts in six starts wi... Read More
Travelers Championship (2012)
#11. In a span of three worldwide events, Oosthuizen won the Maybank Malaysian Open, finished second in the Masters and scored a solo third at the Shell Ho... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2012)
#26. Oosthuizen was on fire just a few months ago with three straight top-three worldwide finishes, but has missed three of his last four cuts.... Read More
The Memorial Tournament (2012)
#22. After three straight top-three worldwide finishes, Oosthuizen abruptly missed two cuts until rebounding last week with a T19 at the Colonial. The Sout... Read More
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (2012)
#13. After a solo third at Redstone, a runner-up performance at the Masters and a victory at the Maybank Malaysian Open, Oosthuizen has surprisingly mis... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2012)
#6. Following three straight podium finishes in worldwide events, Oosthuizen missed the cut last week at TPC Sawgrass. The South African is a first timer ... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2012)
#11. Forget last year’s missed cut in his debut at THE PLAYERS. In his last three worldwide starts, Oosthuizen finished third at Redstone, second in the Ma... Read More
Shell Houston Open (2012)
#23. Oosthuizen struggled in his first two Tour starts this month prior to a T20 at Copperhead. The South African finished T16 at Restone last year.... Read More
The Honda Classic (2012)
#21. Oosthuizen withdrew from the final round of the Honda last year after struggling with an illness. In his last 10 worldwide starts, the South African o... Read More
RBC Canadian Open (2011)
#8. It has been a mixed bag on Tour for Oosthuizen. After a pair of top-20s at the WGC-Cadillac Championship and Shell Houston Open, the South African ... Read More
John Deere Classic (2011)
#16. Oosthuizen has a major trophy on his mantle. Ask this field for a show of hands from those who can claim the same and you won't see many hands go u... Read More