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Joost Luiten is looking forward to playing "without any pain" when he makes his comeback at this week's Andalucia Valderrama Masters in Spain.

The Dutchman has finished runner-up in his last two starts at the course (2016 and 2017) but enters this week having not pegged it up since May's BMW PGA Championship due to a wrist injury. That's given gamers a dilemma although at least a more informed decision can be made now that Luiten has given this assessment in an interview with europeantour.com. "The wrist is really good. It's good to be out here again, see all the guys and play without any pain," he said. "I'm feeling good. It's been a tough time but the recovery is going really well and I'm fit to play. I've been practising for the last couple of weeks so I'm ready to go again. I know it's going to be a difficult week for me because I haven't been playing for five months and it's a tough course to come back at. But you've got to start somewhere so I'd rather start at a place that I love."
Oct 17 - 10:53 AM

Hyungjoon Lee finished solo 60th at the inaugural CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES and he returns this year for second helpings.

The 26-year-old posted rounds of 73-72-79-74=298 (+10) here last year while battling blustery conditions. It was also his PGA TOUR debut, and this will be his second start on the big stage. Lee cracks the field thanks to his spot in the Genesis Points standings on the KPGA Korean Tour (2nd). The youngster arrives with top 20s in 8 of his last 10 starts, worldwide. He has won an event in each of the last four years but has yet to stamp that passport for 2018. Lee brings youth, course knowledge, comfort in Korea, and winning pedigree to the table. Gamers might want to take a flyer on him in weekly formats that would reward a potential top 20.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 17 - 10:39 AM

Adam Scott looks to rebound from a few sub-par seasons as he makes his 2018-19 season debut at THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES.

The Aussie has finished 79th and 51st in the FedExCup standings over the last two years. A far cry from his peak where he finished inside top 20 six times over a seven-year period. The ball-striking outbursts are still there as he's gained 5+ strokes on approach in three of his last eight ShotLink starts. Pulling off a veteran move, Scott made a prep start at the Japan Open Golf Championship last week to get acclimated to the time zone. The Aussie finished just T50 but he shook off some rust in the process. He did the same in 2016, missing the cut at the Japan Open before collecting a T10 at the CIMB Classic the next week. With no decline in his elite iron play, gamers should be cautiously optimistic about a bounce-back season for Scott.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 17 - 10:33 AM

Doyeob Mun will make his PGA TOUR debut this week's at THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES.

The 26-year-old currently sits at 4th place in the Genesis Points standings on the KPGA Korean Tour. That is how he earned a spot in this week's field. Mun picked up his first career victory at this year's KPGA Championship. He backed up that with six straight top 30s, worldwide, before missing the cut at the Yeangder TPC. Giving his season-long form, Mun provides a glimmer of sleeper upside in the deepest of fantasy formats, but he remains a long shot as he takes his first crack at a PGA TOUR event.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 17 - 10:24 AM

PGA TOUR rookie Kyoung-Hoon Lee heads home to South Korea for this week's CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES.

Lee, who also goes by K.H., finished 5th on the Web.com Tour money list last year to earn his way onto the PGA TOUR. He missed the cut in his first appearance (Safeway Open) but he'll look to bounce back this week with a home game. Lee grew up in Seoul and attended Korean Sports University, the same school as Sungjae Im. Lee has posted five podium finishes in 69 career starts on the WCT. He's a four-time winner worldwide (two on the Japan Golf Tour and two on the KPGA). The 27-year-old appears to have plenty of upside but he remains a bit of a wildcard when it comes to how his game will translate to the big stage.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 17 - 10:19 AM

Top-ranked and World No. 3 Brooks Koepka, a pre-tourney 8/1 outright, makes final preparations for his CJ CUP debut on Jeju Island, Korea, and heads out in Round 1 at 8:15 AM local time with outright fave Justin Thomas (11/2) and PGA TOUR rookie Sungjae Im.

The recently minted Player of the Year battles local resident Im and 2017 POY Thomas on Day 1 and ranked 45th on TOUR last season in R1 scoring average. His other ranks: R2 (T3); R3 (81st); R4 (1st). The 28-year-old, who can overtake idle Dustin Johnson as World No. 1, arrives off a T26 (of 30) at the TOUR Championship, a 1-2-1 record at the Ryder Cup, and T7 two weeks ago at the Alfred Dunhill Links. He finished a career-best 9th in the FedExCup standings last season, despite missing 15 weeks with a torn wrist tendon, highlighted by back-to-back U.S. Open wins and a third major title at the PGA, both as a 54-hole leader or co-leader. The FSU product won the PGA by two over Tiger Woods in an aggregate scoring record of 264 (16-under), and became the first player to win the U.S. Open and PGA in the same year since Woods in 2000. Two of his seven international victories came in the Far East, winning the 2016 and 2017 Dunlop Phoenix in Japan.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 17 - 9:15 AM

World No. 120 Whee Kim readies for THE CJ CUP at the Club at Nine Bridges and is currently a pre-tourney 100/1 outright.

Kim was a pre-tourney 125/1 outright last year and finished 4th (68-70-72-72) after being T6 and T5 thru 36 and 54 holes, respectively. He was the only top-10 finisher of 17 Koreans in the 78-man field and jumped 60 spots to a career-best 145th in OWGR. The Dallas resident checked in last year off a T54 (Safeway) and T39 (CIMB), and has similar form this year with T59 (CIMB) and T33 (Safeway). He ended last season a career-best 72nd in the FedExCup standings with just three top 10s in 30 events but two of those were runners-up at the Canadian Open and the Shriners as a first-round leader.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 17 - 8:18 AM

PGA TOUR rookie and World No. 94 Sungjae Im readies for his CJ CUP debut on Jeju Island, Korea, and is currently a pre-tourney 33/1 outright.

Im lives in Jeju City while the host venue, Club at Nine Bridges, is his home course. He arrives off a career-best T4 at the season-opener in Napa where he was inside the top 5 after every round (66-69-69-71), ranked T4 in SG: Putting (5.989), despite a pedestrian 0.065 in R4, and played in the final threesome in R4. The 20-year-old was the top rookie-finisher (of 21) at the Safeway and entered as the top-ranked OWGRer of the new class. He was also the top debutant (of 30) at Silverado Resort so being a first-timer didn't bother him at all. The South Korean began the season No. 1 on the Web.com Tour grad priority rankings after being the first player to lead the money list wire-to-wire, highlighted by wins at the first and last regular-season events.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 17 - 8:00 AM
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