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Entries in Gary Woodland (3)


Gary Woodland Takes US Open

First major for a golfer that good more ofthen than not.


Gary Woodland Plays Golf in Underwear


Fantasy Golf Buy, Sell, or Hold For Arnold Palmer Invitational

Don't forget to listen to our AudioBoo for our "flyer" of the week.


Presented by Mastercard, The Arnold Palmer Invitational will tee off this week in Orlando at Bay Hill.  It's the 30th anniversary of this fine event.  Ernie Els is the defending champ, but one Tiger Woods is a 6-time champ, winning last bask in 2009.

25 of the top 50 in the official golf rankings are expected to compete.  The Bay Hill course is in great shape, the weather should be perfect and the play will be stellar as we are two weeks away from the first major of the year, The Masters.

Here is this week's buy, sell and hold.


Nick Watney (A) - Watney just missed out on another top-10 last week at the Transitions.  He still leads the money list and is playing his best golf.  He's a guy it would be hard not to pick this week.

Luke Donald (A) - Usually plays well this time of the year.  Currently sits 4th on the money list.  Took last week off so he'll be fresh for this event.  He'll be in contention.

Ernie Els (A) - Ernie's game is rounding into form and he's the defending champ here.

Justin Rose (B) - Missed the cut here last year, but is playing great.  Don't worry about his final round collapse at the Transitions.  He's playing well and has two top-10 finishes in 2011.

Gary Woodland (C) - A win last week in Tampa and four top-10 finishes has the Kansas native sitting 3rd on the money list.  Take him if you go with the hot player.

Edoardo Molinari (C) - Finished second to Els here last year.  He likes the course and the course appears to like him.  He's worth a try as a C-level selection.


Lucas Glover (A) - His best finish in 2011 is only a t-20.  He's searching for his game right now, so stay away from him.

Ben Curtis (B) - Missed the cut last week at the Transitions and has only made two cuts all year.  He's not hitting enough greens in regulation and that doesn't bode well for Bay Hill.

Rich Beem (C) - All you need to know is five tournaments played and five missed cuts.


Jeff Overton (B) - Overton hasn't missed a cut in 2011 and has a top-10.  One of these weeks he's going to break through and a get a big win.  Might this be the week?