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"If he could just start holing a few more putts from inside 10-feet, then Adam Scott would soon claim a first PGA Tour title since March 2016."
Week two of the three-tournament FedEx Cup Play-Offs brings the PGA Tour back to Illinois for the BMW Championship.
Lying in wait for the 70 qualifiers will be Medinah's No 3 course, which hasn't been part of the Tour schedule for 13 years.
Back then it hosted the PGA Championship, which was won in emphatic style by Tiger Woods.
Seven years earlier Woods had also been triumphant when Medinah hosted the final major of the 1990s.
In addition to these two PGA Championships, Medinah's No 3 has staged three US Opens - most recently in 1990 - as well as three Western Opens, the last of these in 1966.
More recently, it was the scene of Europe's remarkable and historic singles day fight back at the 2012 Ryder Cup.
But it is not a course which is overly familiar to many of those teeing-up in Thursday's opening round.
Just 15 of this week's qualifiers competed at Medinah when it hosted the PGA Championship 13 years ago.
In terms of milestones, this week's event will be the 50th play-off tournament to be held since the FedEx Cup finale was inaugurated in 2007.
With Medinah a traditionally tough championship layout, it is highly likely that the eventual champion will be a golfer with a strong major pedigree.
With this in mind, and taking into account current form as well, Rory McIlroy must feel confident about his chances.
Despite being without a major title in more than five years, he has still posted two top-10s a season in the big four events since 2014.
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He's been remarkably consistent this year and will be keen to finish his 2019 FedEx Cup campaign on a high.
Justin Rose is another who has the game to prosper here and he rarely suffers an off-week nowadays.
And if he could just start holing a few more putts from inside 10-feet, then Adam Scott would soon claim a first PGA Tour title since March 2016.
Good Current Form
It was another excellent week for Jon Rahm at Liberty National, where he collected a fourth podium finish from his last six starts.
American trio Patrick Cantlay, Justin Thomas and Webb Simpson remain in good shape, as does South African Louis Oosthuizen.
And it will be interesting to see how Ian Poulter performs on his return to Medinah where he almost single-handedly rejuvenated Europe's fortunes on the second day of the 2012 Ryder Cup.
Although an unlikely winner this week, the 43-year-old is currently ranked World No 30 and has posted a brace of top-10 finishes in his last two starts - at the WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational and Northern Trust on Sunday.
This lush, tough parkland course has been around since 1928, and has undergone two sizeable renovations during its life.
In the mid-1980s, Roger Packard updated No 3 ahead of the US Open, while Rees Jones added over 600 yards to its length before the 2006 PGA Championship.
Located around 25 miles west of Chicago, and 20 miles from the south-west bank of Lake Michigan, Medinah is a testing tree-lined layout, with narrow fairways.
Water comes into play on seven holes, as this famous Mid-West course criss-crosses Lake Kadijah on a number of occasions.
Those Who Played 2006 PGA Ch`ship At Medinah
Tiger Woods: Won
Adam Scott: T-3rd
Ian Poulter: T-9th
Ryan Moore: T-9th
Phil Mickelson: T-16th
Jim Furyk: T-29th
JB Holmes: T-37th
Graeme McDowell: T-37th
Justin Rose: T-41st
Lucas Glover: T-46th
Ryan Palmer: T-49th
Paul Casey: MC
Charles Howell: MC
Rory Sabbatini: MC
Vaughn Taylor: MC
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MC* - Missed Additional 54-Hole Cut
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