Quicken Loans National Past Competitors
A fixture on the PGA Tour for over a decade, Scott had a breakthrough win this season by winning The Masters. Scott's victory in Augusta was the first ever for an Australian, and has made the 32-year-old a hero in his home country and must watch at Congressional.
The No. 8 player in the world, Brandt Snedeker is the defending FedEx Cup winner and one of the best players on tour. Snedeker has already registered a win this season, taking the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and will certainly be a threat this weekend.
The 25 year-old Australian finished tied for second place in the U.S. Open to become the only player to post top-10 finishes in the first two major championships of the season. Day has been just short of victory many times in his career, but this weekend could be his time.
Jim Furyk is the first player since Arnold Palmer in 1966-67 to be a runner-up in the U.S. Open in consecutive years. He has not won so far this season but do not count him out this weekend.
The 10-year veteran's last win came a year ago in the Shell Houston Open. This weekend he will be looking to up his status in the golf world as he goes for his sixth PGA Tour victory.
Nick Watney will be looking for his second AT&T National title after winning in 2011. Watney also finished tenth in the tournament last year, so look for him to continue to fight for the top spot in the tournament this weekend.
In his 30 years as a pro, Vijay Singh has 34 PGA Tour victories, but has not achieved a win since 2008. However, Singh's experience makes him a threat in any tournament.
Angel Cabrera was so close to victory at the 2013 Masters Tournament, as he lost in a playoff to Adam Scott. Cabrera has showed he has the skills to play with the best golfers and could contend for the top spot this weekend.
Davis Love III
Davis Love III has 20 victories in his 28 year-old pro career. It has been five years since he registered his last, but finished in the top 20 in the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Love III will have a solid shot to finish amongst the top this weekend.
Rickie Fowler is one of the best young golfers in the world. At only 24 years of age, he is already the 30th ranked golfer in the world. This weekend he will look to snag his second PGA Tour victory.
K.J. Choi has 8 PGA Tour victories and his last came at the 2011 PLAYERS Championship. Choi held a share of the first-round lead at the Farmers Insurance Open earlier this year. He is one of the best golfers to come out of South Korea and will continue to make his country proud this weekend.
Charley Hoffman only has one PGA Tour victory, but he is no slouch. He finished tied for third in this year's Valero Texas Open and tied for sixth in the RBC Heritage. This weekend could be his chance to finally finish at the very the top of the standings.
The South Korean born golfer has two PGA Tour victories so far. In 2011, Yang made 14 of 18 cuts and had a personal-best five top-10 finishes. This weekend he will have his chance to secure his first PGA Tour victory since 2009.