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USPGA Championship 2022 Player Guide: Profiles of the top 50 in the betting

Golfer Scottie Scheffler
Can Scottie Scheffler maintain his stunning 2022 form?

"Scottie Scheffler revealed that he counts Southern Hills, which he played as an amateur, among his favourite tracks."

Who has their eye on the Wanamaker Trophy? Who's the best bet? Who has the best form? Before striking your bets read Matt Cooper's guide to the leading players chasing Major glory...

Scottie Scheffler

PGA record (most recent result on the right): 4-8

The 25-year-old's exceptional major championship breakthrough at Augusta National last month was the culmination of both short- and long-term trends. In the case of the former it was a fourth win in six starts and in the latter it came off the back of half a dozen consecutive top 20 finishes in the Majors, four of them top 10s. Ahead of last week's 15th in the AT&T Byron Nelson (his only post-Masters individual start) he revealed that he counts Southern Hills, which he played as an amateur, among his favourite tracks. "It's a really good test," he said, adding of a recent visit: "The trees have been cleared out, but it's similar greens and not too many changes."

Jon Rahm

PGA record: 58-4-MC-13-8

This year had been a terrible struggle for the Spaniard until he ventured south of the border earlier this month. Although ranking top six for SG Off the Tee in every start, his Around the Green and Putting stats were terrible. An improvement in his short game in the Mexico Open allowed him to capitalise on his long game excellence and land the win. "I knew I was improving," he said, adding: "Playing with Tiger at Augusta gave me quite a bit of confidence." He'll aim to recapture his 2021 Major form (top 10s in all four including US Open triumph) after a limp 27th in the Masters.

Rory McIlroy

PGA record: 3-3-64-1-8-1-17-MC-22-50-8-33-49

Take a look at those results above and witness a remarkable split in his championship record: five top 10s in his first half a dozen starts (including two wins) and just one in his last seven appearances. Form-wise, he's played once since his dazzling final round 64 at the Masters clinched second, finishing fifth on defence of the Wells Fargo Championship in May. "I'm really happy with where my game is," he said, adding that his approach work is in fine fettle. Still without a major triumph since 2014 and he identified the key problem in a BBC podcast last week: "If you keep knocking on doors, one will open, but I haven't been giving myself enough opportunities."

Collin Morikawa

PGA record: 1-8

The Californian won this event in his home state in 2020 at Harding Park in San Francisco and was a solid eighth on defence last year on a very different course at Kiawah Island. Soon after he added fourth in the US Open, victory in the Open and was fifth at the Masters last month. There's plenty of evidence of what a threat he is in elite company, a consequence of a clear mind under pressure and a long game that is arrow straight. That latter strength had been a little wobbly this year, as revealed by both SG Approach and Greens in Regulation stats, but he was back to normal at the Masters and then again at Harbour Town a week later.

Justin Thomas

PGA record: 18-66-1-6-37-MC

When the Kentucky man won this event in 2017 most observers expected him to add to his Major tally within five years. Incredibly, however, he's actually added only one further top five finish. In recent times, in regular events, he gets into contention plenty, but isn't winning as often as he should. "My game has been very, very solid this season," he said last week. "Just hasn't produced any wins, which is what we play for." He played Southern Hills earlier in the month and gushed: "I was blown away with just how good of a golf course it was."

Jordan Spieth

PGA record: MC-MC-2-13-28-12-3-71-30

Spieth left Augusta National last month a little rattled. "I never missed a cut at the Masters before," he said. "I hated it. It was the worst feeling as a golfer that I can remember." Convinced he wasn't playing bad, he proved it by winning The Heritage a week later and he backed it up with second in the AT&T Byron Nelson last week. Another recent visitor to Southern Hills, he liked what he saw ahead of his quest to complete the career Grand Slam. "I thought it was fantastic," he said. "I loved it. I did play it in 35mph wind so I saw the teeth of it and that could change. A great test."

Dustin Johnson

PGA record: 10-5-MC-48-8-7-MC-13-27-2-2-MC

The newly-married former world no. 1 has a fine record in this event, with six top 10 finishes in his 12 starts, including those back-to-back runner-up finishes in 2019 and 2020. He was also second heading into the final round back in 2010. A slight element of concern in his major record? He's landed just one top 10 in his last five starts (and no top five) after recording 10 in the previous 22 (with two wins). There's also the matter of his form. He hasn't made a strokeplay top five in his last 24 strokeplay starts having made seven in nine before that run.

Cameron Smith

PGA record: 25-MC-56-64-43-59

Standing on the 10th tee during the final round at Augusta last month the Aussie had a live chance to win the Green Jacket. He wasn't the first, and he won't be the last, player to find himself in that position and then hit water. "I wouldn't have changed anything, just a bad swing at the wrong time," he's reflected since. "A tough pill to swallow, but I think I've learned from it, and I'm ready for the next one." He hasn't played any tour golf this month and has an odd tournament record, making cuts without breaking the top 20 and, outside of Augusta, it's a pattern for him in all the majors.

Viktor Hovland

PGA record: 33-30

There are not many Oklahoma-based golfers in the field this week, but the Norwegian is one of them, a consequence of him enjoying his time at Oklahoma State University so much he never left. He actually credits that background with his ability to play in the wind. "I have a good Oklahoma shot," he explained last month, referencing the typically blustery conditions. "It basically puts no spin on the ball and it goes straight through the wind." A six-time winner around the world in just three years as a pro he is yet to contend in a Major, or indeed land a top 10, in nine starts.

Patrick Cantlay

PGA record: 33-27-3-43-23

At the end of last season the Californian won a thrilling head-to-head with Bryson DeChambeau at the BMW Championship, added the TOUR Championship a week later, then starred in the Ryder Cup. After a winter hibernation, he re-emerged lacking that killer instinct, opening 2022 with four top 10s yet blowing chances to win all of them. Frustrated, he added four downbeat efforts, none top 20. But he was second in The Heritage and won the Zurich Classic alongside good friend Xander Schauffele. He needs to address a poor major record that shows just two top 10s in 20 starts and none since 2019.

Brooks Koepka

PGA record: 70-15-5-4-13-1-1-29-2

It says much about how good the 32-year-old is in elite company that last year's tally of three top 10s looked a bit average. It was also a reminder that even when he is in poor form at regular events, he retains the ability to excel in the toughest tests. That said, he did miss a second consecutive cut at the Masters (and hasn't played since). But consider this: in the other three majors (the itinerant ones) he has a record since 2017 that reads 13 starts, 10 top six finishes, four of them wins. His form is pure boom or bust with four missed cuts and four top 20s in his last eight starts.

Xander Schauffele

PGA record: MC-35-16-10-MC

In late April Schauffele gave an honest assessment of his season. "The Masters was a big struggle for me," he said. "Really wasn't able to get anything going there and it's been a funky deal for me year-wise. A lot of my statistics are fine, everything's pretty mellow, just haven't really put anything together during a week." Perhaps he needed something different because he then won the Zurich Classic pairs event with Patrick Cantlay and played his final 50 holes last week in a staggering 26-under to grab a top five finish. His one championship top 10 in five starts sits oddly alongside his eight in 14 at the other majors.

Shane Lowry

PGA record: MC-57-47-MC-MC-48-12-8-66-4

The 2019 Open champion has absolutely transformed his championship record in the last four years with three top 15 finishes in four starts after six failures to crack the top 40. He also remains in a terrific run of form, recording nine top 15 finishes in his last 10 strokeplay starts (and the exception was a top 25). "I've got so many positives to take from it," he said of finishing third at the Masters. "It's onwards and upwards from here. I think I have believed that I can do whatever in this game. I just have to allow myself to come to these tournaments and do it."

Hideki Matsuyama

PGA record: 19-36-37-4-5-35-16-22-23

The Japanese star put up a superb defence of his Masters title last month. Not only did he defy injury problems in the lead-up, but he was also fighting against history because defenders of Green Jackets often struggle. Instead, he was second at halfway and ended the week 14th. He wasn't seen on the course again until last week, when closing with a 62 for third in the AT&T Byron Nelson. He's never missed a cut in the PGA Championship and has been in the top 25 at halfway in each of his last seven starts at the event.

Will Zalatoris

PGA record: 8

Back in 2014 the American won the Trans Mississippi Amateur at Southern Hills, albeit the event was hit by weather and 36 hole scores were used to determine the result. Still, it's good vibes for him and he also clearly relishes a Major championship test. In fact, he's landed four top 10s in just six completed starts at them (he had to withdraw from the Open last year with injury). He missed the cut last week in the AT&T Byron Nelson, a first lost weekend of 2022. Before then he had tagged together a trio of top six finishes to add to the pair with which he started the year.

Bryson DeChambeau

PGA record: 33-MC-MC-4-38

His returns in 2022 have been dreadful: 25th (in a 38 man field) at the Tournament of Champions, a missed cut in the Farmers Insurance Open, a withdrawal at the Saudi International, failure to win a game in the WGC Dell Match Play, missed cuts in the Texas Open and then again at Augusta. His last four scores? 73-76-76-80. Surgery followed the Masters, which explains the appalling form, and he's posted video of him hitting drivers at full pelt, but it seems a very tough ask to return to action in a Major championship. He played the 2014 Trans Mississippi at Southern Hills, finishing 28th.

Joaquin Niemann

PGA record: 71-MC-MC-30

The Chilean has an uninspiring record in all the Major championships and this one in particular, but there is room for optimism. He's made the cut in his last six Majors (he'd missed five in his first six and finished 71st in the exception). At Kiawah Island last year, he went into the weekend four shots off the lead and was five back after 54 holes; it was an improvement on being nowhere before. This year he has added a second PGA Tour win to his CV and also spent the first 36 holes at Augusta in the top 10.

Sam Burns

PGA record: 29-WD

This time last year the Louisiana golfer was flying high ahead of his second start in the championship. He'd landed a first victory on the PGA Tour earlier in the month and came mighty close to going back-to-back in the AT&T Byron Nelson. But he withdrew after nine holes spent fighting a back injury at Kiawah Island. Since then he has struggled in the Majors (MC-76-MC) but contended in the WGC St Jude Invitational, added a second win on the PGA Tour and then successfully defended the Valspar Championship to make it three wins at the top level. A golfer on the rise.

Daniel Berger

PGA record: MC-73-MC-12-71-13-75

Few golfers in the world have been as consistent as the Floridian since the start of 2020, landing 31 top 30s in 42 strokeplay starts, 18 of them top 10s. There have been two wins in that run, including at Colonial, a course designed by Perry Maxwell who was also responsible for Southern Hills. There was a great opportunity for him to make it three wins when he led the Honda Classic by five after 54 holes in March, but he struggled badly on the Sunday. He had more final round pain at the Masters where he signed for an 80. More hopefully, he finished top 10 in the last two Majors of 2021.

Louis Oosthuizen

PGA record: 73-MC-MC-MC-21-15-30-22-2-60-33-2

The South African's run of top three finishes in the majors came to a juddering halt at the Masters when a neck injury forced him to withdraw after a first round 76. Before then he'd finished second in this event and the US Open before adding third in the Open. In all, he has eight top three finishes to sit alongside his victory in the 2010 Open at St Andrews. His 2022 returns are quite literally in reverse. His first four results read 14-30-42-62. He then failed to make the group stage cut in the WGC Dell Match Play and then went one worse by not even making it to the second round at Augusta.

Tony Finau

PGA record: 10-MC-44-42-64-4-8

Fast finishes that result in a never-in-contention top five tend to invite scorn from many a punter, but Finau's second at the Mexico Open at the start of the month was not one of them. In carding 71-68-66-63 he moved up the leaderboard from the cut line to landing a first top 10 since he won The Northern Trust last August. As one of the PGA Tour's most popular golfers there was subsequently no sniping about back doors, merely pleasure that he might be back. He's a prodigious top 10 performer in Majors, registering 10 in 23 starts. Was Mexico a one off or is he really back?

Matthew Fitzpatrick

PGA record: 49-MC-MC-41-MC-23

After finishing second in the Wells Fargo Championship two weeks ago the Englishman said: "For me it's a very important factor playing golf courses that suit your game. It shows in my results this year. I've played well around golf courses that suit me." There's no denying that he has played well in 2022. He's concentrated on the PGA Tour and landed eight top 20s in nine starts. But that notion of being fit for an exam is something of an elephant in the room because he's recorded just one top 10 in 27 Major championship starts - and that was his first as a professional back in 2016.

Tyrrell Hatton

PGA record: 25-10-MC-10-48-MC-38

Hatton will be delighted to be approaching a major that isn't the Masters. Last month he chuntered his way round Augusta National and said afterwards: "I'm glad it's over. This course doesn't really suit my eye. I haven't enjoyed it." Emphatic stuff and now he'll be looking to take advantage of some consistent form, albeit he needs to move through the gears because he hasn't had a top 10 since he was second in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Beware though. The two times he finished 10th in this event are the only instances of him being in the top 10 at the end of any round.

Tommy Fleetwood

PGA record: MC-MC-61-35-48-29-MC

In finishing 14th at the Masters the Englishman was never genuinely in-contention but it did represent both a career-high at Augusta National and also a best result in the Majors since he missed out on Open glory at Royal Portrush in 2019. His second place there was a third top four Major finish in three years, but he's cracked the top 20 just twice since then. His tournament record is not good, but he was third after 18 holes in 2019 and second at halfway in 2020. He hasn't won since the end of 2019 and has landed only one top five strokeplay finish since October 2020.

Corey Conners

PGA record: 64-MC-17

The Canadian has found the winning touch on the greens just the once at PGA Tour level, but the relentless quality of his ball-striking has proved itself a fine fit for Major championship golf. He's finished 10th, eighth and sixth at the three post-lockdown Masters, was 15th at last year's Open (when fourth after 54 holes) and also 17th in this championship at Kiawah Island when two blows clear of the field after 18 holes. He reiterated his fondness for elite company with third in the WGC Dell Match Play in March and has contended in the last two PLAYERS Championships.

Jason Day

PGA record: 10-MC-MC-8-15-1-2-9-19-23-4-44

Two weeks ago the Australian led the Wells Fargo Championship by three at halfway and, while he couldn't complete the wind (he was 15th), said: "I lost a little bit of momentum (for the year) with my mum passing away and all that stuff. Finally finding my footing again is nice." The log book backs that up: he contended at both Torrey Pines and Pebble Beach in the early weeks of the year, missed three cuts, and last week played four rounds for a third consecutive start. He likes the tournament, registering six top 10s in 12 starts, winning at Whistling Straits in 2015.

Max Homa

PGA record: 64-MC-MC

A two-time winner this season and a four-time winner on the PGA Tour, the Californian has admitted that he struggles with confidence, despite two of those triumphs coming on Major championship-hosting course - Quail Hollow in the Wells Fargo Championship and Riviera in last year's Genesis Invitational. After successfully winning this year's Wells Fargo he said: "I'm moving along to the PGA Championship in two weeks with a good chance to win if I keep playing like this." He'll need to up his Major game however. He's played 10 of them and made the cut in only three with a best of T40th. He averages a hefty 73.75 in eight PGA Championship laps.

Talor Gooch

PGA record: MC-44

Gooch grew up in Oklahoma City and attended Oklahoma State University so he'll receive plenty of press and attention this week. He'll also play off the back of both his best season on the PGA Tour to date and his best finish in a major. His 2021/22 stats are excellent, reaping 13 top 30 finishes in 17 strokeplay starts, including four top 10s, one of which was his breakthrough victory in the RSM Classic. His 14th at the Masters was also a first Major top 30 finish. He'll want to improve on his tournament record, and breaking 70 for the first time would be a good start.

Tiger Woods

PGA record: 29-10-1-1-29-2-39-24-4-1-1-2-28-MC-MC-11-40-MC-MC-2-MC-37

What can be said about the great man's performance at the Masters? A fortnight before the event the idea of him playing seemed absurd. And yet there he was, carding a 71 in the first round to lie 10th on the leaderboard. The concern was that he ended the week limping his way around Augusta National, but he's been on a recce to Southern Hills and it seems we will see him tee it up again. He has good memories of the course. He was 21st there in the 1996 Tour Championship, 12th in the 2001 US Open and a winner of the 2007 PGA Championship.

Abraham Ancer

PGA record: 16-43-8

At first glance the Mexican's record in this tournament is solid, with a top 20 on debut and a Major championship career-best eighth last year. But closer inspection reveals that he's never been within nine strokes of the 54-hole lead. In other words, he's played his best golf on the last day, when making a deceptive fast finish. He claimed a first PGA Tour win last summer, and a WGC one too, but has just one strokeplay top 30 in 2022.

Cameron Young

PGA record: debutant

The 25-year-old New Yorker graduated from the Korn Ferry Tour last year with back-to-back victories in late May - will the one year anniversary prompt a celebration? He's played three Majors and is yet to make a cut, but the PGA Tour rookie could hardly be in better form with four top three finishes this season including at The Heritage and the Wells Fargo Championship in his last two starts.

Patrick Reed

PGA record: 59-30-13-2-MC-MC-13-17

From the 2019 Open at Royal Portrush through to the US Open at Torrey Pines the 2018 Masters champion never failed to finish top 20 in a Major, a run of seven events, in three of which he featured in the top five at some point during the week. But a missed cut in last year's Open and a limp 35th in the Masters are in line with his poor form: he has no top 25 in his last 11 starts (and only one top five in 26).

Matthew Wolff

PGA record: 4

The 23-year-old started the 2021/22 season in electric form with four consecutive top 20s, genuinely contending in three of them. But in nine starts since he has just two finishes better than 60th - sixth in the Saudi International and 25th last time out in the Wells Fargo Championship (when sixth after three rounds). He has contended in three of his last four completed Majors though including fourth in this event in 2020.

Cameron Champ

PGA record: 54-10-MC

He's far from being the most consistent golfer on the PGA Tour but the Californian does have three things in his favour: he hits the ball a long way, he's a three-time winner and he has a sneaky good record in the Majors. He was 10th in this event in 2020 when second heading into the final round. And his recent top 10 at Augusta was a third top 30 there. Landed sixth in the Mexico Open (again second after 54 holes) and 38th last week.

Adam Scott

PGA record: MC-23-23-9-40-3-12-MC-MC-39-7-11-5-15-MC-18-61-3-8-22-MC

The Aussie is among the rare few with course experience this week and it's rather handy too: he was 12th at Southern Hills in the 2007 edition of this championship, lying tied sixth after 54 holes. He finished 32nd last week in the AT&T Byron Nelson with three sub-70 rounds, a huge relief after his previous nine strokeplay laps included no less than eight scores of 74 or more.

Keegan Bradley

PGA record: 1-3-19-MC-61-42-33-29-MC-17

Something of an old school PGA Championship winner back in 2011, in the sense that for a long while the event was known for unlikely journeyman triumphs. He's in fine form, landing five top 12 finishes in his last six starts and said: "My putting is the best it's been since I've had the belly putter (with which he won this event) and it's not even close. I feel like I can be even better than I was with what I'm doing now."

Seamus Power

PGA record: debut

His Masters (and major championship) debut ended with a solid 27th which, added to his only two PLAYERS Championship starts (both top 40s) and a quarter final appearance in his WGC bow at this year's Dell Match Play, suggests he won't be fazed by the occasion. He has, however, suffered a dip in form. Having landed 13 top 20s in 18 starts, he's managed two in his last eight but the most recent was last week.

Webb Simpson

PGA record: MC-MC-25-MC-54-13-33-19-29-37

The 2012 US Open champion has a surprisingly poor PGA Championship record. Not only does he have only two top 20s (and not one top 10) in 11 starts, but he's only ended two rounds placed in the top 10 on the leaderboard. His problems start in round one: eight times he's been outside the top 50 after 18 holes. He's also out of form following injury and is still looking for a first 2022 top 30 after seven starts.

Si Woo Kim

PGA record: MC-WD-MC-MC-13-MC

With victory in the 2017 PLAYERS Championship on his CV the Korean has proved himself in elite company, but was his fondness for Sawgrass the key to that success? Because his Major championship record is poor (not one top 10 in 20 starts) and he's only made the weekend once in five tries in this event. A solid run of form (13 strokeplay cuts made) came to a halt last week in the AT&T Byron Nelson.

Justin Rose

PGA record: 23-MC-MC-41-12-9-MC-MC-MC-3-33-24-4-22-MC-19-29-98

Good vibes this week for the Englishman? If he knows his course design history maybe so because Southern Hills was designed by Perry Maxwell and so was Merion, where Rose won the 2013 US Open, and Colonial, where he won the 2018 Charles Schwab Challenge. He did land two Major top 10s last year and opened 2022 with one at Torrey Pines but he has no individual top 20 since then.

Billy Horschel

PGA record: MC-59-25-79-48-35-23-43-23

Let's get the bad news out of the way first: his Major record is terrible. One top 10 in 33 starts terrible. The good news? He won the 2014 Tour Championship and last year's WGC Dell Match Play so he can compete in elite company. He's also ranked 14th in the world. And the sneaky good news? That sole Major top 10 (fourth at the 2013 US Open) came at Merion which, like this week's venue, is a Perry Maxwell design.

Gary Woodland

PGA record: 12-42-74-MC-MC-22-6-8-58-38

Woodland has not enjoyed the greatest form since winning the 2019 US Open, failing to add to his victory tally, missing the cut in four of eight Majors and not landing a top 30 in any of them. The better news? Three top 10s in 2022 and in his last five PGA Championships he's landed two top 10s and been seventh with 18 holes to play in another two of them.

Jason Kokrak

PGA record: MC-MC-49-33-19-23-MC-49

The tall 36-year-old has cut a pretty miserable figure in the Major championships, starting 19 of them over a period of 15 years without once finishing top 10. His best effort was last month at the Masters (14th) and there are other reasons for hope. First, he has three wins in the last 18 months, and secondly he won last year's Charles Schwab Championship at Colonial, a course designed by the man who created Southern Hills.

Sergio Garcia

PGA record: 2-34-MC-10-MC-MC-23-3DQ-2-MC-MC-12-MC-61-35-54-MC-MC-MC-MC-MC-MC

There are not many reasons to be enthusiastic about the Spaniard's chances this week. On the course form? He's finished top 40 in all eight individual starts this year, but has no top 10. Off the course form? He'll be pestered by questions about LIV Golf and his petulant remarks about the PGA Tour. And PGA Championship form? No top 10 since 2008, no cut made since 2015, no sub-70 score since a year before that.

Marc Leishman

PGA record: 48-27-12-47-MC-60-13-71-MC-MC-MC

The big Aussie is a solid Major championship performer, good enough to register six top 10s in 41 starts and make the play-off at the 2015 Open. But that half dozen is split between the Masters and the Open, and he's struggled in his event, missing his last three cuts. He will hope that reports of a firm course stand up and that the wind blows - he's always more bullish about such conditions as they remind him of home.

Thomas Pieters

PGA record: 86-MC-6-23-MC

Victory in the Portugal Masters at the end of last year and another victory in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in the New Year marked a return to form for the Belgian whose A game is very good, but whose B game is maybe not so strong. The two wins came in a run of five straight top 15s and he also landed a top 10 at home last week. But in-between he played on the PGA Tour and didn't find the top 20 once.

Christiaan Bezuidenhout

PGA record: MC-30

Three quick wins in Europe propelled the South African into WGC events and he used those opportunities to get himself a foot on the PGA Tour. He's been very consistent there, missing just two of 14 cuts this season and his fine 12th last week in the AT&T Byron Nelson was his best effort yet. He's made seven of nine cuts in his Major championship appearances but is still looking for a first top 20.

Alex Noren

PGA record: 34-66-MC-49-67-MC-54-22-55

The Swede has a neat record in the Open (five top 20s, two of them top 10s) but it add lustre to his overall Major championship record. To put it more bluntly, he's not so good in the American ones. In fact, he breached the top 50 just three times in 20 attempts with a best of 17th in the 2020 US Open. He was, however, 12th last week in the AT&T Byron Nelson, a fifth top 20 finish in his last nine starts.

Matt Kuchar

PGA record: MC-10-19-MC-22-7-MC-9-MC-8-MC-MC

The veteran will tempt many with 10 places on offer. His 12 Major top 10s have come in his last 45 starts, he has four of them in 13 PGA Championship starts, and he has three top 10s in 10 starts in 2022. Moreover, tree-lined tracks with small greens are just the sort of test he relishes, as two of this year's top 10s testify (at Waialae in the Sony Open and Harbour Town in The Heritage). Finished 12th last week in Texas.

Charl Schartzel

PGA record: MC-MC-52-43-18-12-59-MC-15-37-42-48-42-58-MC

In April, the South African broke a run of six missed cuts with a fine performance at the Masters which saw him sitting second at halfway ahead of registering just a second top 10 there since he won the Green Jacket in 2011. He also spent all of last week in the top 10 at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Now his task is to break a rotten record in this tournament. He's made 11 of 15 cuts, but the top 10 column remain empty.

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