The way the young Argentinian, Emiliano Grillo, has been playing this summer, it’s getting impossible for us to classify him as a ‘sleeper’ any more. Yes, he only got his second Top-10 of the season at The Barclays last week, but he does have six worldwide Top-15 finishes since June, including a T-8 in Rio at the Olympics.
FedEx Cup: 6
Winner of the John Deere Classic two weeks ago, Ryan Moore had a good week at Bethpage. Moore tied for 7th at The Barclays. Although he missed the cut at TPC Boston last year, he does have two Top-10 finishes here.
FedEx Cup: 11
If there’s one player who’s turned around his fortunes over the last three weeks, it’s Johnson Wagner. Wagner was lying 125th at the FedEx Cup standings three weeks ago. He finished T-5 at both the John Deere Classic and the Wyndham Championship, and finished T-22 last week at The Barclays.
FedEx Cup: 69
The 2010 Deutsche Bank Champion, Charley Hoffman sure loves TPC Boston. He finished 3rd last year and has missed the cut only once. Winner of the Valero Texas Open earlier this year, Hoffman finished T-13th last week at Bethpage.
FedEx Cup: 27
Another plays who loves TPC Boston is John Senden. In his 12 appearances at the Deutsche Bank Championship, he’s made the cut every single time, has two Top-5 finishes and five other Top-25s. Coming in this week, Senden will surely be informed of this statistic which should give him the needed confidence.
FedEx Cup: 80