Fantasy Golf: Who to pick for The Players Championship?

It's a bonus event and also the first game of a new month so make sure your team is in good shape

The Players Championship is a bonus event in the National Club Golfer Fantasy Golf game so there is no better time to get your team in shape.

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It’s also the start of a new monthly game so you can sign up for the first time and still be in with a chance of some superb Nike Golf prizes.

The world’s best players are in the field so it really is a case of take your pick.

But if budgets are tight then you may want to look a bit further down the price list to pick up a bargain.

Defending champion Martin Kaymer is not in the best form but is still dangerous, Jason Day has two top 20 finishes on the Stadium Course and is looking like getting back to his best.

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Day will play alongside the top two players in the first two rounds with Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth looking to add to their 2015 victory tallies.

Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar are a couple of previous winners – the former with three top fives in his last four stroke play starts.

Jim Furyk is another in good form and finished runner up to Kaymer last year.
Don’t forget about Tiger Woods who won the event in 2001 and 2013" Justin Rose won the Zurich Classic two weeks ago and finished with two victories at the WGC-Match Play despite missing out on the knock-out stages.

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Away from the top ranked players, Matt Every has been in good form this year, Padraig Harrington is back challenging and Anirban Lahiri continues his impressive rise up the rankings.

Australia’s Marc Leishman won all his group matches at the WCG Match Play and England’s Danny Willett picked up some notable scalps on his way to a third place finish.

John Senden of Australia also showed what a good player he is on his way to the quarter finals at TPC Hardings Park.

And don’t forget about Tiger Woods who won the event in 2001 and 2013.

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There is also a counting event in Mauritius this week as with the tri-sanctioned AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open.

Despite the luxurious location, not too many big name players have made the trip.

Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat is one of the in-form players so could be well worth transferring in.

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South Africa’s George Coetzee is the highest world ranking in the field.

Australia’s Andrew Dodt and Denmark’s Thomas Bjorn are two recent winners in the field.

Thorbjorn Olesen, Scott Hend and Mikael Lundberg are another three with wins in the past year

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