Fantasy Golf: Who to pick for Wells Fargo and Open de Espana?

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Find out who is playing where on the PGA and European Tours this week to help you pick your fantasy golf team.

The Players Championship kicked off the May events in the National Club Golfer Fantasy Golf Game but don’t worry if you didn’t have winner Rickie Fowler in your team – there’s plenty of time to challenge for the monthly prize.

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George Coetzee was victorious in the Mauritius Open with strong performances by Thorbjorn Olesen and Thomas Aiken but the question now is – who are you going to pick for this week’s two counting events?

The PGA Tour heads to Quail Hollow for the Wells Fargo Championship where JB Holmes is the defending champion.

Rory McIlory takes the field again, returning to the scene of his first PGA Tour victory in 2010, and rarely fails to contend each time he tees it up.

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World number three Henrik Stenson fired a 67 in the final round of the Players so could be finding some form along with talented American Justin Thomas who gave a decent showing at TPC Sawgrass.

Jim Furyk was the runner-up in 2014 and the American is once again in the field, coming off the back of strong recent performances.

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Bill Haas, who came close to joining the play-off at The Players, is also in action and is definitely due another win.
The European Tour heads to mainland Europe for the Open de Espana where a host of home favourites are more than capable of landing a win" Other players in action include Phil Mickelson, Ryan Moore, Louis Oosthuizen, Patrick Reed, Adam Scott and Gary Woodland.

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The European Tour heads to mainland Europe for the Open de Espana where a host of home favourites are more than capable of landing a win.

Sergio Garcia will be looking to bounce back after losing out in a play-off at The Players while Miguel Angel Jimenez, Alvaro Quiros and Pablo Larrazabal are also among the Spaniards in the field.

England’s David Howell and Oliver Wilson are joined by compatriots, Tommy Fleetwood, Chris Wood, David Horsey and Andy Sullivan.

Scotland’s Richie Ramsay will be looking to add to his victory at the Trophee Hassan II earlier this year.

Some of the international stars on show include, Australia’s Andrew Dodt, American David Lipsky and South Africa’s Thomas Aiken, Dawie Van Der Walt and Hennie Otto.

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