JOHN DEERE CLASSIC

POWER RANKINGS: JOHN DEERE CLASSIC

RANK PLAYER COMMENT
1 Zach Johnson Zach Johnson The 2012 champ also has a P2 (2013), T2 (2009) and a T3 (2011). His actual scoring average in his last 20 rounds at TPC Deere Run: 66.80.
2 Jordan Spieth Jordan Spieth First (only) title defense. Led field in par-3 scoring (bogey-free 7-under); ranked T3 in par breakers (25). Top 20s in last four starts.
3 Ryan Moore Ryan Moore Rested since a T5 at Travelers where he led entering the final round. Five top 10s in 2013-14. Perfect in five starts here with a T8 (2012).
4 Steve Stricker Steve Stricker Tournament’s all-time earnings leader has three wins and another four top 10s, including T10 last year. Career-best 60 to open 2010 edition.
5 Chris Stroud Chris Stroud T4 at Greenbrier where he led the field in scrambling. Top 20s in three of last four starts. He’s 5-for-5 at TPC Deere Run with two top 25s.
6 John Senden John Senden Off since missing U.S. Open cut. Won here in 2006; added a solo fourth in 2012. Ranks 13th on TOUR in GIR; 12th in strokes gained-putting.
7 Billy Hurley III Billy Hurley III Chased a T8 at Congressional with a T4 at Greenbrier where he led after 36 and 54 holes. Tied for eighth in the 2012 John Deere Classic.
8 Harris English Harris English First start since a T7 at the Travelers Championship, his seventh top 10 of the season. Shared 15th place in his debut here last year.
9 Bud Cauley Bud Cauley His T4 at Greenbrier — a season-best — was his fourth top 25 in the last eight starts. Currently 34th in greens in regulation.
10 Kevin Streelman Kevin Streelman First start since winning the Travelers Championship where he led the field in par breakers. Two T8s among four starts at TPC Deere Run.
11 Chris Kirk Chris Kirk Twenty-two consecutive cuts made. Eleven top 25s in 2013-14. He’s 3-for-3 at TPC Deere Run with two T22s. T6 entering last year’s finale.
12 Charles Howell III Charles Howell III Continues to pick his spots, but still making cuts. Six top 10s among 20 cuts made this season. Five top 25s in eight starts at the JDC.
13 Jason Bohn Jason Bohn Comes off a T11 at Greenbrier where he led the field in putts per GIR and ranked seventh in strokes gained-putting. Four top 25s at the JDC.
14 Brendon de Jonge Brendon de Jonge He’s traded two top 10s with 17 finishes outside the top 25 since January, but has three top 25s at TPC Deere Run (2010-2012).
15 Jerry Kelly Jerry Kelly Three top 10s on the season, but no top 30s in his last six starts. Shared fourth place here last year; 7-for-8 overall with five top 25s.

 

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