Puerto Rico Open results: 2011-2015
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Puerto Rico Open results: 2011-2015


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The Puerto Rico Open is the PGA Tour's go-to, opposite-field event for early-season World Golf Championships events. After having been played for several years opposite the WGC at Trump National Doral, it has moved this year to be played opposite the WGC-Dell Match Play.

For fantasy golf research, it's important to identify potential horses for courses, or players who have historically done well in the event. We call that a top-15 finish in the last five years, so we're looking for players who can finish there multiple times.



As a GNN Plus subscriber, you can access the otherwise hidden sortable data for the last five years of the Puerto Rico Open, giving you the same information we use in making our weekly fantasy picks.

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