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Top Sleepers To Watch

Our bold list of 13 lesser-known PGA Tour players we expect big things from in 2013

January 2013
John Huh

A new PGA Tour season means fans will likely see more under-the-radar players taking home trophies in 2013. But that doesn't mean they have to be under your radar. For the past two years, we've highlighted some unheralded golfers -- like Robert Garrigus in 2011 and Kyle Stanley in 2012 -- who have gone on to do big things. So who will follow in John Huh's (right) footsteps and surprise on the PGA Tour this year? First, let's start with our criteria for being a "sleeper." The player cannot have won on the PGA Tour in the past two years and he must have finished outside the top 50 on last year's money list. Using that as a guideline, here are 13 true sleepers we think have the potential to make a big splash in 2013.

PGA Tour: Blake Adams

Blake Adams

Adams made noise early in several tournaments, including the Players. However, his 137th-ranked third-round scoring average set him back when it came to truly breaking through. Still, after improving on the money list for a fourth-straight year, we like how the 37-year-old is trending.
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