POWER RANKINGS: RBC CANADIAN OPEN

POWER RANKINGS: RBC CANADIAN OPEN

RANK PLAYER COMMENT
1 Jim Furyk Jim Furyk Two-time champ, all-time money leader. Fourth at The Open. Nine top 20s in last 10 starts. Ninth in fairways hit; 10th in adjusted scoring.
2 Graeme McDowell Graeme McDowell On a red-hot run with a T6 in Ireland, a win in France and a T9 in England at The Open. Leads the PGA TOUR in strokes gained-putting.
3 Dustin Johnson Dustin Johnson No stranger to Canadians with a T2 at Glen Abbey in 2013 and an engagement to Wayne Gretzky’s daughter. Eight straight cuts made; five top 25s.
4 Matt Kuchar Matt Kuchar Co-runner-up at Glen Abbey last year but without a top 10 in his last five starts! Still tops on TOUR with nine. Fifth in adjusted scoring.
5 Tim Clark Tim Clark Fresh off a T5 at TPC Deere Run. Three top 20s in last six starts. Third on TOUR in fairways hit and first in proximity to the hole.
6 Charley Hoffman Charley Hoffman Twelve consecutive cuts made, including five top 20s. T3 at Congressional. Tenth in GIR, ninth in par breakers, 36th in adjusted scoring.
7 Luke Donald Luke Donald While he has four top 10s in 2014, including a solo second at Harbour Town, and it’s been 13 years since a T18 here, he fits course profile.
8 Charl Schwartzel Charl Schwartzel Fourth consecutive appearance. Comes off a T7 at Royal Liverpool. Six top 20s in last 10 starts worldwide. Fifteenth in adjusted scoring.
9 Jerry Kelly Jerry Kelly Rested after a T3 at the JDC. Four top 10s since January. Ranks 30th in fairways hit, 57th in GIR, 36th in scrambling, T9 in par-4 scoring.
10 Graham DeLaet Graham DeLaet Canada’s top-ranked golfer leads the TOUR in ball-striking and sits 21st in adjusted scoring. Most recent of eight top 20s occurred in May.
11 Brandt Snedeker Brandt Snedeker The defending champ won’t see Glen Abbey again until 2015, but he recently connected three top 25s sparked by a T9 at the U.S. Open.
12 Scott Brown Scott Brown Tied for fifth at the Deere where he ranked second in strokes gained-putting. Sits 30th in SG-P for the season. Four top 10s in 2013-14.
13 David Hearn David Hearn While he’s a Canuck, his form earns the spot and he keeps his ball in play. Eight of his last nine cuts made, including T6 at THE PLAYERS.
14 Carl Pettersson Carl Pettersson The 2010 champ at St. George’s G&CC recently finished T3 at TPC Southwind and T7 at TPC River Highlands. Ranks T24 in par-4 scoring.
15 Russell Knox Russell Knox Hasn’t played since a T24 at Congressional, his seventh top 25 of the season. Ranks 21st in ball-striking and 26th in adjusted scoring.

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