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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Beau Hossler
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Hossler is only 25, but he seems to have plateaued - and not in a good place. After making about $2.5 million in 2017-18, he earned about $650,000 the past two seasons. Last season, he made 13 of 22 cuts with five top-25s and one top-10. Expect more of the same.
Hossler relied on a red-hot flat stick throughout his 2018-19 rookie campaign as he ranked 10th in SG: Putting and seventh in putting from inside 10 feet, but his overall play took an evident turn for the worse after cashing nearly $2.5M the season prior. He only collected three top-25s in 27 starts, including zero in his last 17 starts as the former Longhorn standout missed 11 cuts and failed to pick up a single top-10, falling to 145th in the FedEx Cup standings, more than 100 spots off his 2017-18 ranking. He'll retain his card thanks to a T2 at the Korn Ferry Tour Finals' Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship. Hossler has always been a strong putter, but his ball striking has to improve if he wants to consistently contend. Last year he was 178th in SG: Tee-to-green. Hossler is still only 24 and has shown talent, so a bounce back season would not be out of the question.
There were a couple rookies who played better than Hossler last season, but it's hard to expect anymore out of rookie than what Hossler did last season. Though he failed to find a win, he did finish runner-up twice and he posted five top-10s. Perhaps most impressive for a rookie, he made the cut in 24 of 28 starts. That's a percentage that even seasoned-vets would love. Hossler gets it done with the putter. He finished 4th on the Web.com Tour in his final season there and he finished 5th on the PGA Tour last season. He'll need to improve on other aspects of his game in order to improve upon what was a great rookie season, but the future certainly looks bright. Unfortunately, Hossler set the bar too high for salary cap purposes this season as it's too much to expect that he could get into the mid-$3 millions.
Many remember Hossler as the 17-year-old sensation who finished T29 at the 2012 U.S. Open and went on to become a standout at the University of Texas. He now has the chance to become a staple on the PGA Tour after securing his card thanks to a top-25 finish on the Web.com's regular season money list in 2017. Hossler also made 4 of 8 cuts at the PGA level during his 2017 campaign, ranging from the Farmers Insurance Open to the Travelers Championship. He missed just 3 of 14 cuts on the Web.com Tour this past season, while also posting two runner-up finishes. It wouldn't be a surprise to see Hossler make some noise as a 22-year-old rookie given his natural talent and experience in the spotlight.
More Fantasy News
Seventh in SG: Putting in Texas
Hossler closed with a two-under 70 on Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson to finish 18-under and tied for 17th.
Big third place finish at Pebble
Hossler closed with a one-under 71 on Sunday to finish in solo third place at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Added late at Torrey Pines
Leads in SG: Putting in Napa
Hossler carded a one-over 73 on Sunday at the Fortinet Championship to finish tied for 16th place.
Surges with Sunday 66
Hossler jumped into a share of 10th place after firing a six-under 64 in the final round of the Travelers Championship.