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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Nate Lashley
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Lashley had a pretty good start to last season, but after a T3 at the WMPO, he made just two cuts in his last 10 starts. The 2019 Rocket Mortgage Classic winner back finished outside the top 150 this past season in both SG: Total and scoring average. Lashley doesn't have much upside.
Lashley's story is well documented. He went through more than any one person should go through yet he somehow managed to reach the pinnacle of his profession by winning on the PGA Tour. His win came out of nowhere as at the age of 36, he was relatively unknown on the PGA Tour. Though he obviously has a lot of fight in him, it's hard to imagine that he can play any better than he did last season. At least, it's hard to imagine him playing significantly better than he did this past season.
Lashley first appeared on the Web.com Tour way back when in 2006, but at the age of 34 years old, he's finally earned a coveted PGA Tour card after finishing 11th on the Web.com's 2017 regular season money list. This was essentially made possibly by a win at the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship in May, while he also posted top-25s in just over half of his starts throughout the season. He ranked a dismal 107th in total driving and 83rd in ball striking, but made up for it with an impressive short game as he was third in scrambling.
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Ties for 16th at Fortinet Championship
Lashley carded a two-under 70 on Sunday at the Fortinet Championship to finish 11-under and tied for 16th.
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Pulls out of field at Congaree
Eying return at Quail Hollow