Crowne Plaza Invitational Fantasy Golf Update: This Team Lighting It Up

Thomas Moreland@NFLMIKEESenior Writer IMay 28, 2010

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL - MAY 09:  Bo Van Pelt plays his tee shot on the fifth hole during the final round of THE PLAYERS Championship held at THE PLAYERS Stadium course at TPC Sawgrass on May 9, 2010 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.  (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
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My selections this week in Yahoo Fantasy Golf bear special notice in round two.

These four guys are currently at -16 collectively.

Steve Stricker is currently at minus five through 10 holes. K.J.Choi is also finished with only 10 holes and is already at minus six for the tournament.

Those are two guys who can score on Saturdays and Sundays as well.

Now it gets even better as Bo Van Pelt, my other B-player, is finished with round two at minus seven.

To top it off, my C-player, Ben Crane is also finished for the day at eight under par.

These guys scored 42 points yesterday to bump me to the 2918 points and the 81st percentile.

I am ahead of three of the four Yahoo Golf Experts for the season now, and hopefully will close in on Matt Romig next.  He is ahead of me by 138 points and seems to be on a pretty good pace.

Today's total may put a dent in that lead as my whole team is under par today.

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The leader of this event is Bryce Molder at a tidy -13 so far.

Also in contention over the weekend will be Brian Davis and Kris Blanks, both resting at -11.

The Bohn Ultimatum continues tomorrow as he seemingly can not be stopped and is at -10 with six holes to play. Read more about Jason Bohn in the three-part Bohn Series, published this weekend on Bleacherreport.com for your reading pleasure.

35 people or so ranging fom minus five to -13 still have a chance to win this thing. Jason Bohn probably will eliminate all but a few players by Sunday, then have his work cut out for him.

The pain and memory-flashes seem to have subsided as he makes his way among us still virtually unnoticed. But he is very dangerous.

John Daly is at minus five and is certainly still a factor for at least a nice payday come Sunday—that is, barring any meltdown over the weekend.

Corey Pavin, our US Ryder Cup Captain, is showing off his senior talent with a minus ten  so far this weekend, also.

Can Corey play on the team if he wants?  I bet he still thinks he can beat one of those youngsters from Europe.

Look for more on the Bohn Trilogy tomorrow, and enjoy the golf.