Scrambling is something of a lost art in the game of golf. The term ‘scrambling’ generally refers to getting the ball up and down from around the green, but it can even mean recovering after hitting your ball into a bad spot off the tee.

One player who clearly understands the importance of scrambling is Jim Furyk. Furyk has been one of the best players on the PGA TOUR for the last couple of decades, yet he doesn’t overwhelm anybody with his ball striking ability.


Fantasy Preview

The RSM Classic, formally the McGladrey Classic, is one of the newest events to hit the TOUR with its inaugural year launching back in 2010. The pervious installment fields have brought about some solid scoring all around with each of the five victors thus far falling between 14 and 16 under par.

The par-70, 7,055-yard Sea Island Golf Course in Georgia has been heralded as one of the most beautiful in the country and will feature one of the first two rounds being played on the newly renovated Plantation Course.

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