Power Rankings:Quicken Loans National

POWER RANKINGS: QUICKEN LOANS NATIONAL

RANK PLAYER COMMENT
1 Jason Day Jason Day Proven healthy again with a T4 at Pinehurst and a T18 at the Travelers. Solo second at 2011 U.S. Open. T8 (2012) and T21 (2013) here since.
2 Brendon Todd Brendon Todd Four straight top 20s sparked by Nelson breakthrough. T13 here last year. Sits seventh in strokes gained-putting; 12th in adjusted scoring.
3 Jordan Spieth Jordan Spieth Top 20s in six of his last seven starts; 14 on the season. Co-led at Congressional after 36 holes last year en route to a solo sixth.
4 Brandt Snedeker Brandt Snedeker Rounding into form with consecutive top 15s for the first time in 11 months. Three top 10s at Congressional and a T11 in 2011 U.S. Open.
5 Justin Rose Justin Rose Won this event in 2010 but at Aronimink in Pennsylvania. Five top 15s worldwide in last seven starts; T12 at Pinehurst two weeks ago.
6 Billy Horschel Billy Horschel Congressional caters to his wont for the level of difficulty and premium off the tee. No worse than T26 in his last four starts this season.
7 Keegan Bradley Keegan Bradley Tied for fourth at Pinehurst two weeks ago. Currently 17th in the all-around, 22nd in adjusted scoring and 21st in scrambling.
8 Webb Simpson Webb Simpson Shared third three weeks ago in Memphis. In U.S. Open debut, tied for 14th at Congressional in 2011. Thirtieth in adjusted scoring.
9 Marc Leishman Marc Leishman Arrives having survived five consecutive cuts, four of which for a top 25. T11 at the Travelers. Ranks 29th in adjusted scoring.
10 Bill Haas Bill Haas In similar form prior to last year’s win. Steady not spectacular season as he enters his prime. Ranks 23rd in GIR; 45th in adjusted scoring.
11 Aaron Baddeley Aaron Baddeley A solo fourth at the Travelers was his best finish since the same at Pebble Beach in 2012. Confidence is evident when he speaks, too.
12 Brendan Steele Brendan Steele Fresh off a season-best T5 at the Travelers where he’s had success before. Opened with career-tying-low 62. T16 at 2013 Quicken Loans.
13 K.J. Choi K.J. Choi Winner of the inaugural edition of this tournament missed the cut in the last two, but he tied for second at TPC River Highlands on Sunday.
14 Gary Woodland Gary Woodland Outside the top 50 in his last two starts, but riding a consecutive cuts made streak of 15. Shared 16th at Congressional last year.
15 Carl Pettersson Carl Pettersson With a T3 at St. Jude and a T7 at Travelers — and under par in every round — he’s connected top 10s for the first time since August 2012.

 

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