Welcome to the land of retirees and Disney! The PGA Tour returns to the Sunshine State (after a brief stop off in Mexico) for the continuation of the Florida Swing. The 7,340, par-71 Copperhead Course at Innisbrook hosts the Valspar Championship this week. A difficult track, the Copperhead's closing stretch, the Snake Pit, is one of the toughest stretches on Tour. Four of the course's five par-3s are more than 200 yards, so not surprisingly strong iron players profit at Innisbrook. Positional play off the tee is key, and of course Bermudagrass specialists ought to attract special attention.
Creme de la creme
Matt Kuchar: $10,200
Kuchar has tallied top-15 finishes in four of his past six turns at the Valspar Championship. He arrives on the heels of top-25 finishes at the Genesis Open and WGC-Mexico. Kuchar has just 14 measured rounds this season, and while he might not overwhelm in that table, it's worth remembering he was ninth in strokes gained: total last season. He also averaged 3.92 birdies per round. Save your money on Stenson and Thomas and roster Kuch this week.