Fantasy Golf Picks for the Wells Fargo Championship

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Everyone still seems to be coming off the high of Tiger Woods winning the Masters. Even though Tiger won't be teeing it up himself this week at the Wells Fargo Championship, there are still plenty of big names playing in this tournament at the famed Quail Hollow Course.

With that being said, let's take a look at some golfers to look at for your fantasy lineup.

Rory McIlroy

Rory has played Quail Hollow better than any other golfer in this event. He has never missed a cut here and has two-career victories. In his eight tournaments played at Quail Hollow, Rory has placed within the top-10 six of those times.

Tony Finau

Coming off an impressive showing at the Masters, which saw him in contention in the last stretch of holes on Sunday, Finau has seen some success at Quail Hollow as well. He has never missed a cut in his four appearances here and has two top-25 finishes at the Wells Fargo.

Rickie Fowler

Fowler, as well, has never missed a cut at this event or course, going 8/8. He finished T-4 in 2016 at this event and T-5 at the 2017 PGA Championship, which was played at Quail Hollow. Fowler too is coming off a solid showing at the Masters, where he finished T-9, and could carry that into the Wells Fargo after a couple of weeks off.

Phil Mickelson

Phil has been a model of consistency at Quail Hollow, he's only missed the cut one time in his 15 tries at this course. Oddly enough, it was at the 2017 PGA Championship. This is a long course that caters to Mickelson's ability to "hit bombs." He also has eight top-5 finishes on this course.

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