Cheat Sheet: Hyundai Tournament of Champions
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Jan 5, 2012 8:30 AM ET
Each week, GolfChannel.com will be offering up a 'cheat sheet' to help all those playing along in our weekly Fantasy Challenge. We've got numbers, rankings and predictions, all to help you make educated picks. We start with the PGA Tour season-opener in Maui, the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
Win-ing Picks: In 2011, Win McMurry was GolfChannel.com's Fantasy Challenge champion. As she gets set to defend her title, she goes head-to-head with Jay Coffin and Jason Sobel in Week 1 predictions ... Watch video
Expert Knowledge: Our panel of experts begin their quest to dethrone Win in 2012. See who Jason Sobel, Erik Kuselias and others predict will get their season off to a fast start at Kapalua ... Expert Picks
Power Rankings: Each week, GolfChannel.com will present the top 10 players to watch for at that week’s PGA Tour event. Who are some of the big names hoping to make a big splash this week in Maui? ... Power Rankings
Fantasy Insider: At 7,411 yards with more than its fair share of elevation changes, the Plantation Course offers players a chance to get a workout with their driver. Bubba Watson and Gary Woodland are the more notorious long-hitters in the field ... More Inside the Numbers
After his second-place finish at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, Steve Stricker will put his feet up and relax until resuming his season at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. Read More
Contributions from writers and editors on the Golf Channel Digital team.
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