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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Hank Lebioda
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Lebioda became a DFS star throughout summer with his stretch of three straight top-10s and five top-20s in seven starts. Lebioda ended the season on a disappointing note by missing the cut in his final three starts. The 27-year-old still has some upside after ranking top-55 in both scoring average and SG: total. His putting and iron play are the two strongest parts of his game.
Lebioda took a step back in his second season on Tour, which isn't out of the norm. From the 126-150 category, he missed more cuts than he made but a reversal if he can straighten out his irons. He made about one-third of his cash by finishing third in the oppo Bermuda Championship.
Lebioda was a rookie on the PGA Tour in 2018-19 and fared pretty well, making 15-of-23 cuts with three top-25s in five events in April and May. His ball striking was solid, ranking 62nd in SG: Tee-to-green and 25th in GIR percentage. Although he did not finish in the top 125, he did crack the top 150 and also managed a spot inside the top 25 on the Korn Ferry Tour Finals to retain his PGA Tour card for this season. The Florida State product was also 23rd in birdie average. Putting is where the improvement needs to be made, but that's easier to fix than the long game. At just 25, Lebioda has time to improve, which he will this season.
Lebioda snuck in the top 25 on the Web.com Tour regular-season money list in 2018 with a T34 at the WinCo Foods Portland Open before struggling through the first three legs of the Finals. He's made 18 of 25 cuts and collected four top-10s to go along with seven top-25s. Lebioda has never played in an event on the PGA Tour, but he ranked 32nd in ball striking at the Web.com level in 2017-18.
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Third in scrambling at 3M Open
Lebioda fired a three-under 68 on Sunday at the 3M Open to finish seven-under and tied for 16th.
Struggles in final round
Lebioda recorded a two-over 73 in the final round of the Mexico Open at Vidanta to finish tied for 29th place.
Slated to make TPC Summerlin debut
Withdraws from upcoming event