Tiger Woods Heads Foursome Fantasy Points Bonanza at The ATT National

Thomas MorelandSenior Writer IJune 28, 2010

PEBBLE BEACH, CA - JUNE 20:  Tiger Woods watches a shot during the final round of the 110th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links on June 20, 2010 in Pebble Beach, California.  (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
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 The A-player this week on my Yahoo Fantasy Golf Team is Tiger Woods.

Woods is defending his title from last season, and really didn't play all that bad the last outing. When you have that much ability, it's all mental to play well and score low.

If he clears his mind and concentrates he can win easily. I wish I could caddy for him this week. I would guarantee a win. Give me one shot!

Obviously I could go on and on about the best player in the world currently, and certaily poised to become the best of all times.

When I say best player in the world, lets not just count the last 18 months, but the last 8 years. It's all in the brain, and he could use the swing from 2000, 2004, or 2008 and get the job done.

Tiger Woods does not need a golf teacher, in fact I'm sure he could show the instructor shots never imagined .

I am short off the tee, and have no distance compared to young bucks, but put  five dollars on the hole and all of a sudden I have a birdie putt. It's all in the head, baby.

Tiger Woods needs a brain coach, someone to talk to during the round, but not so serious about stuff as this Williams dude.

Give him a little punch in the arm, and tell him to birdie some holes Steve. It's not that freaking hard.

Most likely, I will use Tiger Woods in all four rounds, unless he [shudder] misses the cut. Then I will switch to back up V.J. Singh.

The rest of this powerhouse line up, will have J.B.Holmes at one B-player position and Fredrik Jacobson at the other B-player spot.

Looking at their records this season, I noticed both players had 29 tournaments in this season between them, with only two missed cuts. This is the best pair of B-players in fantasy golf for consistency in scoring points.

In the C-player position I have used Ben Crane many times, but after a bad third round a few tournaments ago, and a bit of a falling off lately, Shaun Micheel is the man.

Micheel has scored very well in the last few tournaments and I will continue to go to the well until the maximum 10 tournaments are reached to use a player.

His back up, just in case of a letdown, will be Ricky Barnes who seems due to break through with four solid rounds instead of two or three.

That's your winning fantasy line-up this week for the ATT National.

I know you are all craviing some kind of credibilty or reason to believe these picks are good. 

So far in Yahoo Fantasy Golf this season i reside in the 86th percentile with 3691 points. This has me in the position of 20,563 for the season.

One Yahoo expert remains ahead of me by 71 points for the season.

I hope he has Tiger Woods for his sake, or I will start to overtake him this week also. If Matt Romig does select Woods, then my other three players will crush him this week.

I am ahead of all the other experts this season after last season's learning experience where I used guys to often early, and wanted them later.

Diversity is the key in Fantasy Golf selections week to week.

I give you the ATT National , this weeks prize on the greatest show on Earth, the PGA Tour.

Thomas[ NFL Mikee] Moreland