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Craig Howie should be capable of getting his name on the leaderboard. Howie is a Scot who is ultra-comfortable on links terrain. He won his first Challenge Tour title in May – a seven-shot triumph – and has been playing consistently well on that circuit. Howie showed he was good enough for the European Tour last year, finishing fourth in the Austrian Open and fifth in the UK Championship.
Harris English won his maiden PGA Tour title at TPC Southwind in 2013 – and he returns to the track eight years later as a much more confident four-time Tour champion. English seems to thrive in difficult tee-to-green tests – he has contended in the last two US Opens – and the world number 14 will expect to get into the mix in Memphis this week.
Brandon Hagy seems well equipped to register a top-ten finish. Hagy, one of the most powerful drivers on the circuit, will be relishing the three driveable par-fours at the Old Greenwood course he faces this week. With a Stableford format in play, Hagy can attack with confidence. His best result of 2020 came on this track (12th place) and he can sneak into the top ten this time.
Johnson won at TPC Southwind on his first visit in 2012, then again by a six-shot margin in the 2018 St Jude Classic. Eighth place in the Open hinted at a return to form for the giant Carolinian and Southwind is the perfect venue for him to kick on.
Koepka closed with a 65 to finish sixth in the Open last time out and he appears almost completely over the knee issues which have hampered him this year.
Koepka was second in the US PGA, fourth in the US Open and fifth in the Travelers Championship, striking his ball with authority. This week he tees up at a course where his form figures are 19-3-2-37-30-1-2
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The European Tour takes place over 47 tournaments throughout the year. It starts in November in South Africa and concludes 12 months later with the DP World Tour Championship Dubai. Players battle it out over the season to finish top of the order of merit, now named The Race To Dubai. A bonus pool of $7.5 million is distributed among the top 15 players at the end of the season with the winner taking $1.5 million.
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