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Thomas is winless this season to date however a large reason for that is due to a wrist injury that kept him out for 6 weeks at a crucial period. A lot of the big players are starting to struggle a bit now the season is coming to a conclusion however Thomas should be fresh and raring to go thanks to that extended lay off.
Justin has won a tournament in each of his last five years and is now a nine time PGA Tour champion. He sits nicely in the FedEx cup standings in 15th place and considering he’s one of the freshest yet talented players in the field he will believe the massive $15m prize is still well within his reach.
Koepka has been in fine form this season and has won some big events however due to the nature of the FedEx playoffs anyone down to 40th in the standings could over take Brooks ahead of the season showdown next week.
Rory and Rahm isn’t too far behind Koepka so this event will get his full attention here. Rory has been ever solid all season and posted another top 10 finish last week so Brooks will know he has to be at the top of his game this week.
Koepka shot four under par rounds last week which saw him finish 30th and this track suits him down to the ground. We expect him to be right up there this week.
Cantlay has been a strong contender on the PGA Tour this season posting 14 top 20’s in his 19 starts this season which includes his win at the Memorial, 2nd at the Shriners Open and 3rd at the PGA. He’s 6th in the FedEx standings thanks to a very strong season and a win here this week puts him in a great position to scoop the $15m prize at the end of the season.
Jason was superb in the first four months of the season and had an excellent 2nd place finish at the Valspar Championship however he took his foot off the gas in May and June. He’s yet to win on the PGA Tour and has improved his form of late. He finished 6th at the Wyndham Championship and 12th at the Liberty National.