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Julian Etulain (wrist) is in the field for this week's Wyndham Championship.


Etulain's wrist injury forced him to withdraw from the Barracuda Championship earlier this month, but he is ready to get back on the course after a couple weeks of rest and recovery. Etulian heads into this week's event 160th in the FedExCup standings, so he will need a high finish in order to have any shot at the playoffs.

Brian Davis (back) is in the field for this week's Wyndham Championship.


Davis returned to action on the Web.com Tour in June after missing about a year of action with his back injury, and this week's event will be the first PGA Tour event he has appeared in since the St. Jude Classic in June of 2016. Davis missed the cut last time he played the Wyndham Championship in 2015.

Dominic Bozzelli is in the field for this week's Wyndham Championship.


Bozzelli withdrew from the Barracuda Championship a couple weeks back and did not partake in the PGA Championship, but he is set to take the course this week. Bozzelli currently sits 112th in the FedExCup standings, so he is in good position to make the playoffs, particularly if he makes the cut.

Kevin Kisner

Kevin Kisner shot a three-over 74 in the final round of the PGA Championship and fell into a tie for seventh place.


Kisner held onto a one-shot lead entering the final round, but couldn't get off to the good start he needed. He was two-over after 13 holes and fell three strokes back. He made a couple birdies coming in and came to the 18th hole needing to make eagle to tie. Kisner was certainly aggressive, but he over drew his approach into the water and made a double-bogey. Kisner was T2 in both driving accuracy and greens in regulation this week on a very tough golf course. This was by far his best chance to win a major. He will try to redeem himself at the Wyndham Championship this week.

Hideki Matsuyama

Hideki Matsuyama closed with a one-over 72 on Sunday and had to settle for a tie for fifth at the PGA Championship.


Matsuyama went birdie-bogey-bogey-bogey-birdie-birdie-bogey-par-bogey on the back-nine on Sunday. After the win last week, Matsuyama was definitely now the hottest player in the world. He got into contention after a seven-under 64 on Friday to tie for the lead. He was only able to muster one birdie in the third round when the course played extremely difficult. Matsuyama ranked 12th in both SG: Putting and SG: Tee-to-green at Quail Hollow. He has now notched his seventh career top-10 in just 21 starts at a major championship. Matsuyama is still just 25 and will have plenty of chances to win majors in his career, but most people would go right to him when talking about best players without a major.

Ricky Fowler

Rickie Fowler fired a four-under 67 in the final round of the PGA Championship and finished in a tie for fifth place.


Fowler came into the final round six shots back of the lead after he finished four-over on the last three holes on Saturday. He didn't get anything rolling until he got a 20 footer to drop on 12. That was the first of four straight birdies he made to get back into it. He was able to close out the "Green Mile" at even-par to post the clubhouse lead at five-under. However, Francesco Molinari would move the clubhouse lead to six-under a few groups later. Fowler ranked eighth in SG: Putting and 17th in SG: Tee-to-green. His downfall was finishing T52 in driving accuracy on a course with very thick rough that made it very difficult to get the ball close to the hole. Fowler has now notched seven top-five finishes in majors. He will have to wait until 2018 to look for his first major championship.

Louis Oosthuizen

Louis Oosthuizen shot a one-under 70 in the final round of the PGA Championship to take another runner-up at a major.


He has now notched a runner-up in all four major championships in his career, to go along with his victory at the 2010 Open. Oosthuizen wasn't really in it until an improbable chip in eagle at the par-5 15th hole. He then made a long birdie on 18 to tie the clubhouse lead at six-under. Justin Thomas just played great golf down the stretch to finish two ahead of Oosthuizen. He ranked second at Quail Hollow in SG: Tee-to-green and was T10 in greens in regulation. Oosthuizen has now made 14 of 15 cuts on the PGA Tour. While he only has three top-10's, all three of them were either second or third place. He ranks 33rd in the FedExCup standings.

Francesco Molinari

Francesco Molinari tied for second place at the PGA Championship after a four-under 67 in the final round.


Molinari was four-under in a five hole stretch on the back-nine to move into a tie for the lead at one point. He made a nice par on the final hole to post six-under in the clubhouse, but it was just two shots short. His second round seven-under 64 was tied for the low round of the week. Molinari ranked fifth in SG: Putting and 14th in SG: Tee-to-green. He was also T5 in driving accuracy, which was a huge key a Quail Hollow which was brand new, extremely thick bermuda rough. His previous best finish in a major was a T9 at the 2013 Open Championship. Molinari continues likely his best season ever as he now has five top-10's and 13 top-25's on the PGA Tour alone.

Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed fired a four-under 67 in the final round of the PGA Championship that put him into a tie for second place.


Reed was able to grab a share of the lead at one point after he reached seven-under for the championship with a birdie on 15. He entered the difficult "Green Mile" at Quail Hollow hoping to get through at even-par and post seven-under. Unfortunately after a drive into the bunker on 18, he made a bogey and ended up two strokes back of the winner Justin Thomas. It was very hard to believe Reed was coming into this week still looking for his first top-10 in a major. This marks his best finish of the season in a year that Reed himself would call "frustrating." He made a move up to 36th in the FedExCup standings. Reed's next start will be his title defense at the Northern Trust Open in two weeks, which marks his last victory on the PGA Tour.

Justin Thomas

Justin Thomas won the 2017 PGA Championship by two shots after shooting a three-under 68 in the final round.


His 7-iron into the par-3 17th hole will likely be the shot we remember the 2017 PGA Championship by. His approach went to about 15 feet and Thomas rolled in the birdie putt to essentially seal the win. Putting was probably more important this week than most other PGA Championships, as Quail Hollow was resurfaced with brand new bermuda greens that were rock hard. Thomas ranked fourth in SG: Putting and on top of that was 11th in SG: Tee-to-green. With all the bombers on the PGA Tour, it was the 150 pound Thomas that paced the field in driving distance at nearly 328 yards. Thomas now putts himself as the frontrunner for Player of the Year with four wins, including a major, as well as a 59 and a 63 at the U.S. Open. He will be looking to put an exclamation point on his season with a FedExCup playoffs run.

Rory Mcllroy

Rory McIlroy is dealing with a rib injury, Jason Sobel of ESPN reports. "You might not see me until next year. You might see me in a couple of weeks time. It really depends," McIlroy said regarding his availability moving forward.


McIlroy carded a three-under par on Sunday during the final round of the PGA Championship, finishing one-over for the tournament. However, he came away with some pain in his ribs, which isn't the first time this recurring injury has flared up this season. It doesn't sound like McIlroy is ready to commit to any tournaments moving forward and can be considered highly questionable to take part in next week's Wyndham Championship.

Brian Smock, due to a back injury, withdrew from Round 2 of the PGA Championship on Friday.


The 44-year-old suffered an injury during Round 2, with his last hole completed being number 10. He's played in 164 events and made 83 cuts throughout his career.

Andrew Johnston withdrew from the PGA Championship following his first round due to a shoulder injury.


The extent of Johnston's setback is not clear, but it will prevent him from playing any more holes this week. Johnston entered the week 185th in the FedExCup standings, so his PGA Tour season looks like it is finished.

Si Woo Kim

Si Woo Kim was forced to withdraw from the PGA Championship on Thursday due to a back injury, Brentley Romine of Golfweek.com reports.


Kim has dealt with injury issues all year, Thursday's withdrawal marking his sixth WD from PGA Tour events during the 2016-17 season. He posted 79 before succumbing to the injury.

Si Woo Kim

Si Woo Kim closed out a disappoint week with a three-over 73 in the final round to finish in a tie for 50th place at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.


Kim made an underwhelming six birdies for the entirety of the tournament, including just one over the weekend. He was actually sixth this week in greens hit in regulation, but dead last in the field in putts per GIR at 1.959. Kim's remarkable win at the PLAYERS remains really the lone bright spot in an otherwise disappointing year. In 26 starts he has missed 11 cuts and withdrawn 5 additional times. Kim will tee it up at the PGA Championship in the first two rounds with Billy Horschel and Matthew Fitzpatrick.

Bernd Wiesberger

Bernd Wiesberger shot a one-under 69 on Sunday to finish in a tie for 41st place at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.


Wiesberger really struggled at Firestone on the greens as he ranked 76th in SG: Putting and T60 in putts per GIR. A positive would be his iron play as he was 10th in SG: Approach and T6 in greens in regulation. Wiesberger has not finished inside the top-30 in his last three starts. His previous eight starts before that, however, he was inside the top-30 in all eight events. He will tee it up with Cameron Smith and Brandon Stone in the opening two rounds of the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow.

Brian Harman

Brian Harman shot a three-over 73 in the final round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and finished in a tie for 50th place.


In 72 holes Harman was only able to make seven birdies, which was T71 of the 76 players in the field. He was 69th in SG: Tee-to-green and 72nd in greens in regulation this week. Harman was at least top-25 in SG: Around-the-green and SG: Putting. After a T50 this week and a MC at the Open Championship, Harman will look to get things back on track for the final major of the season. This has been a career year for Harman who has seven top-10's this season, including three top-three finishes.

Chris Kirk

Chris Kirk has been added to the field for this week's PGA Championship.


Brandt Snedeker has withdrawn once again with a rib injury, which allows Kirk to enter the field. In 25 PGA Tour events this year, Kirk has three top-10 finishes and has landed in the top top-25 six times, but has also missed 10 cuts.

Brandt Snedeker

Brandt Snedeker (ribs) has withdrawn from this week's PGA Championship.


Snedeker was believed to be on his way back from a rib injury, but will now wait at least one more week as he continues to undergo a heavy dose of rest and rehabilitation. The fact that he was nearly cleared for the PGA Championship likely means Snedeker isn't far off from a return, so there's a realistic chance he's back on the course next week. Snedeker, who's been out since late June, will be replaced by Chris Kirk.

Wesley Bryan

Wesley Bryan fired a three-under 67 in the final round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational to finish in a tie for 44th place.


If you don't drive the ball well at Firestone, it's going to be really hard to shoot good scores. Bryan was just 73rd in SG: Off-the-tee and T49 in driving accuracy. That has been the case for this whole season as Bryan is not long or accurate off the tee. He is 193rd on tour in SG: Off-the-tee. He usually makes up for it with other areas like ranking 11th in SG: Approach and 36th in SG: Putting. It is hit or miss for Bryan who has only five top-25 finishes, but all of them are top-10's. Quail Hollow is a very difficult driving course so it would be hard to see Bryan contending at the PGA Championship this week.