GALLERY: 10 to watch at 2015 Quicken Loans National
10 to watch at 2015 Quicken Loans National
With the 2015 Quicken Loans National rapidly approaching, we take a look at 10 names to watch heading into Tournament week.
No. 10 - Bill Haas
The 2013 champion, Haas will look to continue his success in the Tournament at RTJ. Winning the 2015 Humana Challenge, Haas was also named by his fellow players the Tour's 'most underrated player'.
No. 9 - Angel Cabrera
Whose that three-time major winner who everyone seems to forget about until he wins another one? Oh right, that would be Angel Cabrera.
No. 8 - Ryo Ishikawa
The one-time Japanese phenom has cooled off somewhat as of late, but still has all the talent in the world to make the 2015 QLN his first PGA Tour victory.
No. 7 - Gary Woodland
One of the longest hitters out there, Woodland can be extremely dangerous if he's finding the fairway and heats up with the putter.
No. 6 - Jimmy Walker
After many years of struggling, Walker has found his career blossom in his mid-thirties, with five wins the past two years. including multiple already in 2015.
No. 5 - Tony Finau
CSN's dark hoarse pick for the week, Finau brings a unique blend of power and athleticism to the sport. One of the longest hitters on Tour, it's only a matter of time before he establishes himself among the game's rising stars.
No. 4 - Ernie Els
If you want to watch a work of art in khakis, go stare at Ernie Els on the driving range. The "Big Easy" makes it look exactly that, which is why his rhythmic, timeless swing has lasted through decades. He's also one of the only players in the field to have seen RTJ in multiple President Cups, giving him more looks at the course than perhaps any other player.
No. 3 - Justin Rose
2014's defending champion aims to become first ever for the Tournament's history to successfully repeat, as he brings his game in a good form to Gainesville.
No. 2 - Ricky Fowler
Fan favorite and 2015 Player's champion, Ricky will look to add to a already positive year at the QLN. Coming off disappointments at the US and British Opens, he'll hope to shape up his game in time for Chambers Bay.
No. 1 - Tiger Woods
Yes - Tiger Woods is the 258th ranked player in the world. He did show signs of improvement at the Greenbriar, however, and this is his tournament, so he'll still be the first to watch come Thursday.