Dean & Deluca: Power Ranking

Dean & Deluca: Power Ranking
Zach Johnson has two wins on his resume at Colonial Country Club. He needs a big week at the Dean & Deluca Invitational to revive his 2017.
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Curtis Luck turns his attention towards Colonial Country Club ahead of his tournament debut at this week's DEAN & DELUCA Invitational.

With no status to his name, Luck is just 2-for-4 to start his PGA TOUR career, 1-for-2 since turning pro after a T46 at the Masters. Previously the world's number 1 ranked amateur, the pedigree is certainly in his corner. The young Aussie received a sponsor's invite into the event this week, and he'll need to start banking some FedExCup points soon if he wants to stick around on the main stage after his alloted sponsor's exemptions run out this year.
Source: PGATOUR.com
May 23 - 3:04 PM

Can Thomas Aiken build on a fine record over the West Course at Wentworth when he plays in a ninth BMW PGA Championship this week?

The South African is 6-for-8 on the track, with four finishes of T17 or better and three top tens. In 2014 he was T7 and he set a personal best 12 months ago when T4. Moreover last year he was statistically superb, topping the Total Driving, Total Accuracy, Putting Average and All-Round rankings, plus notching second in Ball-Striking. His consistency is further highlighted by the fact that 18 times (out of 32) he has ended a round at Wentworth ranked inside the top 30. A three-time top five finisher on the European Tour this year, all of them came early in the season. Most recently he was seen missing two cuts on the Web.com Tour at the end of April.
May 23 - 11:19 AM

Gary Stal needs to reverse his form in a big way and soon – he will hope to do so at the European Tour’s flagship tournament, the BMW PGA Championship at the Wentworth Club in Virginia Water.

Ten events into the season and the Frenchman is utterly desperate for some sort of success. He’s made just three weekends and has a best of T34 at the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco, a week when he opened with a 70 for T1 and went backwards thereafter. Meagre pickings with which to hope for something better. He’s 181st on the Race to Dubai and it wasn’t much better last year when he was 168th and 10-for-26. There is a crumb of comfort in heading to the West Couse however. In 2014 he shot 66 in round one to lie T4 after 18 holes. He added a round three 69, but finished T38. He also pegged two solid 70s 12 months later. His problem is consistency. He can go low on the track, but he has also carded three 76s and a 77 in just ten laps and hasn’t improved on that first result.
May 23 - 11:17 AM

Following the extraordinary conclusion to the Rocco Forte Open last week, Haotong Li finally made his way north for the BMW PGA Championship on the West Course at Wentworth.

A Sunday back-nine albatross will shore up any card, but for the Chinese golfer it very nearly vaulted him into a play-off for the title as he scooted home with a 66 whilst the leaders floundered. But it all happened so quickly that he initially jumped on the bus to the airport, before getting off and then gasping with half horror-half excitement as extra holes loomed. Ultimately he missed out of course. T5 in the Maybank Championship, T11 in the China Open and now able to add that third last week, he’s got some strong form this year. He was also admirably consistent last year on tournament debut, following a round one 74 with a trio of 71s to bag T27. He thrived on the challenge of setting a target last week, hinting that another win might not be far away.
May 23 - 11:15 AM

Marc Warren travels south of the Scottish border hoping to maintain his strong record at the BMW PGA Championship hosted by the West Course at Wentworth.

In ten visits to the Virginia Water track the Scot has tallied no less than eight top 30 finishes, contending for the title in 2009 and losing in a three-man play-off in 2013. In all that time he has shown strong putting stats, ranking top ten in various categories on four separate occasions. He also has a habit of making quick starts. Five times he has ranked in the top 20 after 18 holes, four of those times he was in the top ten, twice he has been second (or tied) at halfway. After a rough start to the season there have been glimpses of form. He led the Maybank Championship after one round, was T20 in the Tshwane Open and, far more recently, finished third along with Richie Ramsay when representing Scotland at the GolfSixes.
May 23 - 11:13 AM

Chris Wood will defend his BMW PGA Championship title over a newly renovated West Course at the Wentworth Club this week.

Two years ago the Bristol golfer made a hole-in-one at the 14th to earn himself a new car and then 12 months later he went one better, shooting a front nine 29 (equalling the tournament record) to earn a four-shot lead at the turn in the final round, just about enough for him to hold on and claim the biggest win of his career. It wasn’t the first time he had excelled on the West Course. In 2010 he had led going into the final round until a 77 upset the apple cart – he later admitted he was actually playing "too well" and couldn’t stop himself pin-seeking when it would have made more sense to golf sensibly. He was T4 in the recent China Open, when rounds of 68-65-68 finished off a week which started with a 72. A quarter final appearance in the GolfSixes followed, but there is probably little to take account of in that result.
May 23 - 11:11 AM

Justin Rose will be looking to add to the list of home winners of the BMW PGA Championship when he heads to the West Course at Wentworth this week.

Englishmen from the south of the country have an exceptionally strong record in this event over the last 11 years (five wins, six times runner-up) and yet Rose remains one of the bridesmaids, rather then the bride. He came closest to victory when losing a play-off to Anders Hansen exactly ten years ago. He was also tied second, four strokes back of Luke Donald, in 2012. His record pre-the big course changes of 2010 was slightly better than since so the reversion to a less American-style West Course might suit him and although he’ll be concerned he left TPC Sawgrass having signed for a final round 80, he’s more likely to focus on the second placed spot at Augusta National.
May 23 - 11:10 AM

World No. 7 Jordan Spieth slipped on the tartan plaid jacket after the 2016 DEAN & DELUCA Invitational and returns this week for another crack at Colonial Country Club.

Spieth eased into his win last year, posting rounds of 67-66 to position himself T3 at the midpoint. He blitzed the course over the weekend with a pair of 65s to beat the field by three strokes. His biggest asset was the flat stick, gaining 9.12 strokes putting on the week. Unfortunately, that club is letting Spieth down recently, losing 2.6 strokes putting over his last two starts (missed cuts at the Byron Nelson and THE PLAYERS), even making a putter change ahead of last week's event. With missed cuts in three of his last four starts, Spieth arrives way out of form, especially by his lofty standards. However, his track record at Colonial CC includes four top 15s in four attempts, meaning a bounce-back week could (and should) be in the cards.
Source: PGATOUR.com
May 23 - 8:56 AM
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