The 2015-16 PGA TOUR season is off and running. It’s been in action since the Frys.com Open in October. Some gamers have brought to my attention that many leagues ignore the fall portion of the schedule and wait until January to pick things back up.
In particular, many gamers are looking for some money earning projections for the 2016 portion of the schedule. I’ve crunched some numbers and provided those projections.
I’ve attached a PDF below as well as a link to the Google Doc that contains the top 150 projected money earnings (2016 portion of 2015-16 season only).
You’ll notice some golfers are labeled breakout candidates, but while are bounceback candidates.
The breakouts represent golfers that should exceed their money-earning expectations based on recent season totals. The bouncebacks are just golfers that struggled in 2014-15 and should return to normal earning levels in 2016. Both of these categories should represent targets if you are about to draft for a season-long league.
I excluded any golfers that don’t currently have PGA TOUR status since starts will be way too unpredictable.
Feel free to reach out with any concerns or questions about this list…
View in Google Doc Form.
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Great list, Josh. Look forward to seeing what you do this year and hopefully we can collaborate again on something! Good luck with the picks!
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