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Paul Casey

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RBC Heritage (2018)
#3. Of all the studs at the top of the field, Casey is probably the one I'm most worried about. He made an epic charge on Sunday at Augusta, just falli... Read More
Masters Tournament (2018)
#8. The ownership on Casey will be interesting this week, since he's surrounded by names like Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Justin Rose, and Sergio Garc... Read More
WGC - Dell Match Play (2018)
#9. Casey is coming off a win at the Valspar. Casey plays very well in this format, is an elite ball-striker, and has been making as many birdies as an... Read More
Valspar Championship (2018)
#2. Casey tops all of my models this week, which is a little scary. Because he struggles to get the job done on Sundays, I have him behind Spieth, but ... Read More
WGC - Mexico Championship (2018)
#10. Casey should be valued much higher, even in this elite field. He's one of the most consistent players on Tour, and posted a respectable 16th place ... Read More
Genesis Open (2018)
#6. Another week for Paul Casey, and another top-10. We seem to be in this endless cycle with him, which is tough because we can never expect him to ac... Read More
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2018)
#14. It's been awhile since we've seen Paul Casey, so I'm going to take the wait-and-see approach. Although he posted a top-10 in the desert on the Euro... Read More
Tour Championship (2017)
#9. The fade of Paul Casey worked out last weekend, but this is the perfect opportunity to hop back on. Casey loves East Lake, and nearly won the Tour ... Read More
EMC Championship (2017)
#5. Casey has been the most reliable player on Tour for the past year, but still can't get into the winner's circle. He's making every cut, and seems t... Read More
The Northern Trust (2017)
#9. There aren't many people on Tour playing better or more consistently than Paul Casey, but as we've seen over the years, he lacks winning upside. Wh... Read More
PGA Championship (2017)
#7. I still think Casey has a shot to win a major championship, and there's no time like the present. He's playing the best golf of his life, but so ar... Read More
WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (2017)
#11. At some point, Paul Casey is going to win, right? Right? I backed him at the Open Championship, and he would have been in contention had he not sho... Read More
The Open Championship�(British Open) (2017)
#7. Surprisingly, Casey doesn't have a great Open record. He does have two top-10s, though, one of which came at Royal Birkdale in 2008. Casey has been... Read More
Travelers Championship (2017)
#7. Paul Casey had another disappointing weekend at Erin Hills, as he seems to follow this pattern week-in and week-out. He hasn't won an event in the ... Read More
U.S. Open (2017)
#22. There aren't many elite talents going as under the radar as Paul Casey this week. He hasn't missed a cut in nearly six months, and has six top-20 f... Read More
Dean & DeLuca Invitational (2017)
#2. People looking at Casey's recent history here (43rd, MC) will be turned off, but he's posted 13th and 5th place fi... Read More
The Players Championship (2017)
#16. On paper, this should be a course perfectly suited for Paul Casey. But if you look at his record, it leaves much to be desired. Casey has only made... Read More
Wells Fargo Championship (2017)
#11. I'm very torn on what to do with Paul Casey this week, mostly because I hate the guy. But you can't overlook his form. He's made his last eight cut... Read More
Masters Tournament (2017)
#13. Stats and game theory say to fade Paul Casey, but course history and intuition say to play him. Casey has elite course history here, having finishe... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2017)
#8. Casey has been knocking on the door of a win since last fall, and I think it could come here this week. He's made five straight cuts on Tour, finis... Read More
The Honda Classic (2017)
#7. Casey has significantly cooled off since is run last Fall, but he's still making cuts and making birdies. The Englishman comes to a course that sho... Read More
Genesis Open (2017)
Casey has a pretty solid record at Riviera, finishing 39th, 2nd, 12th, and 22nd in his last four attempts. He's an elite ball-stirker but may lac... Read More
Farmers Insurance Open (2017)
For an excellent ball-striker and decently long driver of the golf ball, Casey's poor record here in surprising. In three starts, he's gone 65th-... Read More
CareerBuilder Challenge (2017)
#6. Casey burned a lot of people last week with his MC, but look towards his Friday 67 as a positive sign heading into this week. Casey was a late addi... Read More
Sony Open in Hawaii (2017)
#6. Casey finished the FedEx Cup playoffs on fire, and hopefully the month-long layoff won't hurt his form. I'm always wary of European players coming ... Read More
WGC-HSBC Champions (2017)
#6. Although he fell to 21st last week in Malaysia, Casey had four top-4s leading up to last week. He's also had six top-10s at this venue a... Read More
CIMB Classic (2017)
#9. Casey comes in with obvious form, with two 2nds, a 4th, and a 3rd in his last four starts. His course history here, however, ... Read More
Safeway Open (2017)
#1. What a playoff run for Casey, who went 2nd, 2nd 4th to end the season. He's also overdue for a PGA Tour win, and I think he has a great chance in a... Read More
TOUR Champ (2016)
#3. Casey is seventh in my model this week (9th in SG:T2G, 77th in SG:P, 15th in P4SA, 68th in P5SA, 31st in DA, 35th in Scrambling, and 16th in SG:APP). ... Read More
BMW Champ (2016)
#14. Casey looked well on his way to a win last week and faltered on Sunday to finish second to Rory. He’s now made four cuts in a row with three top 20s i... Read More
Barclays (2016)
#27. Casey's statistical profile puts him 17th in the field (21st in SG:T2G, 82nd in SG:P, 78th in P4E:450-500, 75th in P3E:200-225, 13th in GIR, 23rd in S... Read More
Travelers Champ (2016)
#11. Casey made his debut here last season where he lost in a playoff to Bubba Watson. He sets up nicely once again, ranking in the top 25 in SG: T2G and S... Read More
PGA Champ (2016)
#28. Casey has been quiet in majors this season, but he has the game to play well here. He has a strong course history at Firestone CC that we know is a go... Read More
The Open Champ (2016)
#28. Casey’s recent form is the only thing keeping him from being ranked higher this week. He did however, finish T16 at Firestone and could be gaining som... Read More
US Open (2016)
#18. Casey has three top 10s including a T4 at the Masters this year. He’s made seven of 12 cuts at the U.S. Open with three in a row. The Englishman has o... Read More
Memorial Tourn (2016)
#14. Casey is five for five making cuts at the Memorial though he’s only played once (T13 in 2014) in the last six years. The profile is good enough to suc... Read More
Wells Fargo (2016)
#22. Casey’s profile fits and he has three top 10 finishes in his last four stroke play events. The Englishman has only played here twice with two missed c... Read More
RBC Heritage (2016)
#2. Casey is in excellent form coming in with three top 10 finishes in his last four events. He withdrew in the other tournament so he never had a chance ... Read More
The Masters (2016)
#27. Casey profile from last year and this year fit Augusta and he was rewarded with a T6 last year - his best finish since his 2004 debut. He stumbled at ... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2016)
#8. Casey statistical is balanced among the four categories we're looking at this week. He finished seventh in his last Tour event (the Cadillac) though h... Read More
SGC-Cadillac (2016)
#29. Casey’s stats check out nicely even if he was only 35th in driving distance last year. However, in the small sample that is 2016, his stats aren't nea... Read More
Honda Classic (2016)
#4. So, shall we get back on this train? Well, the record here is quite nice as he’s made three of four cuts at this event since the move to PGA National ... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2016)
#12. Casey is hiding in Group C and it's rare you get a player of his caliber in Group C. So, for those who wade through all of the options in Group C, he'... Read More
Farmers Insurance Open (2016)
#11. Casey was to tee it up last week, but withdrew prior to the start of the tournament. No reason was given and there is no reason to think there was an ... Read More
THE TOUR Champ (2015)
#5. Casey’s profile is similar to Hideki Matsuyama’s but I prefer Casey a bit better so we’ll recommend him here this week. Casey’s debut in 2010 (T4) we... Read More
BMW Champ (2015)
#16. Another injury risk? Sure, Casey withdrew two weeks ago with a back issue, but all signs point to him being fine after the long layoff. He didn’t play... Read More
Deutsche Bank (2015)
#21. Oddly, Casey has only played this tournament twice. He last ventured to Boston in 2010. Without much history to go on, we look at Casey’s profile. And... Read More
The Barclays (2015)
#7. You may sense a theme that if I liked someone last week, I'll probably like them this week. Casey is no exception as his profile fits the course and h... Read More
Wyndham Champ (2015)
#4. Casey profile fits perfectly at this course as he’s 20 th in par 4 scoring and fifth in GIR. He has an uneven record here, but he was hurt for many of... Read More
PGA Champ (2015)
#24. Casey was T12 at the PGA when Whistling Straits last hosted in 2010. He missed the cut at Kiawah in 2012, but he was struggling overall back then. He ... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2015)
#14. Casey's recent form has been up and down lately with his most recent top 5 finish being the P2 finish at the Traveler's where he lost in a playoff ... Read More
British Open (2015)
#7. Casey is eight of 12 in made cuts at the Open with two top 10s wand one of those a T3 at the Old Course in 2010. He’s won at the Irish Open. He has fo... Read More
Greenbrier (2015)
#2. Casey makes his debut at the Greenbrier and comes in off his best finish of the year after losing in a playoff to Bubba Watson at the Travelers. He’s ... Read More
Travelers Champ (2015)
#15. Casey is 40th in par 4 scoring, 11th in GIR and ninth in ball striking so he’s set up well in his debut at the Travelers. He’s played four times at th... Read More
US Open (2015)
#13. Casey is English and that can only help this week as he’s seen links course more than most. He hasn’t played since a T43 at the Crowne Plaza a few wee... Read More
Crowne Plaza (2015)
#5. Casey missed the cut here last year, but if you look back he had back to back top 15 finishes in his only two other stops here. Back when he was healt... Read More
The Masters (2015)
#13. Casey returns after a two year absence from Augusta. And he’s on a roll heading in with three top 10 finishes in his last five tour starts. He also si... Read More
Houston Open (2015)
#27. Casey won here in 2009, took a couple of years off and then missed the cut three straight years at the SHO. Casey missed the cut his last time out at ... Read More
WGC-Cadillac (2015)
#13. Casey played his way into the Cadillac Championship with his performance last week. He's now in the bottom portion of the top 50 of the OWGR . Case... Read More
Honda Classic (2015)
#6. Casey came out of nowhere (he had missed his last two cuts) to finish in a tie for second at the NTO. That's a bit misleading as he was a top 10 pl... Read More
Humana Challenge (2015)
#22. Casey started off on fire at the Sony with an opening round 62. He muddle through the rest of the week ending in a tie for 30th. I like Casey as I not... Read More
Sony Open (2015)
#24. Casey’s only appearance here was way back in 2005 and he missed the cut. So, we don’t have history to guide us, but his recent past shows us a player ... Read More
Wyndham Championship (2014)
#20. Casey had his moments earlier in the season and was decent on the European Tour between the last three majors, where was has non-competitive. Casey pl... Read More
The Open Championship (2014)
#22. Casey has made six consecutive cuts, the latest half coming on the European Tour. During that span, he has scored four top-25 finishes. Back in 2006, ... Read More
Travelers Championship (2014)
#14. Casey is playing TPC River Highlands for the first time. He comes in having made six of his previous seven cuts, with five finishes inside the top 25.... Read More
FedEx St. Jude Classic (2014)
#9. Aside from a missed cut at Colonial, Casey has been a solid performer with four finishes of 18th or better. He’s playing TPC Southwind for the first t... Read More
Crowne Plaza Invitational (2014)
#20. Casey is playing Colonial for the first time since a T13 back in 2010 and a solo fifth the year before. He’s on a modest roll right now with three con... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2014)
#27. Casey, a top-10 player in 2009 and 2010, continues to work his way back into form. In his last two years he finished T18 at Harbour Town and T11 at TP... Read More
Zurich Classic of New Orleans (2014)
#27. Casey continues to slowly work his way back in hopes of regaining the form that made him a top-10 player back in 2009 and 2010. He’s a first timer at ... Read More
Valspar Championship (2014)
#24. Casey was a top-10 player in 2009 and 2010, but was been derailed by injuries in recent years. In his last two worldwide starts he placed T9 in Dubai ... Read More
Wyndham Championship (2013)
#11. Casey has finished inside the top 35 in each of his last four starts, starting with a victory in the Irish Open. He had a chance to record a top-10 in... Read More
World Golf Championships - Cadillac Championship (2012)
#30. Coming off a dislocated shoulder, Casey isn’t exactly a sure thing. However, he’s got two top-10s and four finishes of 31st or better at Doral in five... Read More
The Open Championship (2011)
#17. It would be fair to note Casey may be the most dangerous commodity to consider from this year's British Open field. He hasn't spent much time compe... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2011)
#16. We've said it before but it holds true: Casey may be the most maddening commodity on fantasy golf. With a limited schedule of play thus far this se... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2011)
#17. Casey has become one of the most conflicting figures in the game. We want him to play more, but more importantly, we want that top game to come to ... Read More
Wells Fargo Championship (2011)
#6. Casey hasn't played enough this season to garner unquestioned faith, but we know he has the skill to put the long distance available at Quail Hollo... Read More
The Masters (2011)
#16. Much of Casey's history at The Masters has been worthy of note, but his performance here last season was troubled (much like his work through the e... Read More
Transitions Championship (2011)
#6. Casey is too talented to push out of the top ten, no matter the venue or course at hand. He played reasonably well in the warm up at Doral last week a... Read More
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship (2011)
#6. Casey has yet to stake a claim on PGA Tour momentum this season but we know his skills are on point, we know (based on this push to win this event... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2011)
#7. We warn of potential problems as Casey noted neck pain via Twitter on Monday, but his skills demand attention from fantasy owners if he can get rig... Read More