Arron Oberholser remains restricted in his ability to perform consistently, enough that he doesn't know when he'll tee it up again on the PGA TOUR.
This is nothing new for AO, who has undergone four surgeries on his left hand. "My 2013 season is up in the air right now," he said. "Most likely I wouldn't be coming to the AT&T [Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Feb. 7-10] regardless. I can't do anything in the wind and cold. I used to like the cold. Now I loathe it." His log of time spent in the hospital includes microfracture surgery in February 2010. "Honestly, I don't know if I could play a full season productively. At home (Scottsdale, Ariz.) in 85-degree weather I play great. But it's a different animal out here." Whenever he returns, he still has 12 starts on a Major Medical Extension to earn $349,854 and retain status. Needless to say, leave him off your draft sheets.