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Tournament: Quicken Loans National
Date: June 26-29, 2014
Venue: Congressional Country Club - Blue Course
Location: Bethesda, Maryland

The PGA Tour takes its skills to Maryland for the Quicken Loans National this weekend, as the players are coming off an exciting tournament in the Travelers Championship where Kevin Streelman shot two consecutive 64’s to finish with a one-shot victory over Sergio Garcia and K.J. Choi. This tourney is fairly new and has been hosted by Tiger Woods and his foundation since it started in 2007 while formally being sponsored by AT&T. Last year, veteran Bill Haas dominated this par-71, 7,569-yard course, shooting a 68 or better in each of his final three rounds and finishing 12-under; three strokes better than runner-up Roberto Castro.

The big news this week is the return of Woods, who is a two-time winner at this tournament and has seen his world ranking drop to fourth during his injury absence. Woods will light a fire under the rest of the players on tour this week, so let’s take a look at a few guys who could take him head-on at his own tournament and come away with a victory.

Golfers to Watch

Justin Rose (15/1): Rose has not played in this tournament since 2011, but he won it back in 2010 and followed that up with a solid 15th-place finish the next year. He has played in just 12 PGA events this year, finishing in the top-10 five times, but failing to crack the top-3 yet. He’s had an impressive scoring average (70.02, 18th on tour) while also being amazing out of the sand (61.1%, 5th on tour). Rose is due for a big performance and is playing on a course that he has won on before.

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Jason Day (25/2):
Day has placed in the top-25 in his past three tries at this tournament and the 7th-ranked player in the world has five like finishes in seven tourneys this year; including one victory and one runner-up performance. He has an amazing scoring average of 69.57 so far this season, and looks poised to grab his third career PGA Tour victory very soon.

Brandt Snedeker (25/1): Snedeker is another player who has positive experiences in this tournament, finishing in the top-16 three different times; including an 8th-place showing here last year. He has not been having his best season in 2014, but recently placed ninth at the U.S. Open and followed that up with an 11th-place finish last week at the Travelers Championship. The six-time winner on the PGA Tour has too much pedigree and experience to not grab a win sometime in the near future.

Bill Haas (30/1): Haas was the victor here last season and had placed in 34th in each of the previous two seasons. The 32-year-old has made the cut in every event he has finished already this year while finishing in the top-10 three times. He has used his amazing ability to save from the sand (60.8%, 8th on tour) to keep him in contention most weekends, and Haas should be a solid bet to be near the top of the leaderboard at week’s end as he looks to repeat his Quicken Loans National title.

Brian Harman (70/1): Harman has been having the best season of his young career as he currently ranks 42nd in the FedEx Cup standings while already having seven top-25 performances in 22 starts this year. He placed 6th in the St. Jude Classic earlier this month and has been one of the best par-3 performers this year, scoring a birdie or better 16.5% of the time (12th on tour). Harman has never won on the PGA Tour, but with a fairly weak field this weekend, he has a good chance to pay off in a big way.

Betting Odds - Provided by Sportsbook.ag

Tiger Woods 10/1
Jason Day 13/1
Jordan Spieth 14/1
Justin Rose 15/1
Keegan Bradley 22/1
Brandt Snedeker 25/1
Bill Haas 30/1
Jason Dufner 30/1
K.J. Choi 30/1
Gary Woodland 30/1
Webb Simpson 30/1
Brendon Todd 35/1
Billy Horschel 40/1
Hunter Mahan 45/1
Marc Leishman 45/1
Ryan Palmer 50/1
J.B. Holmes 55/1
Charley Hoffman 55/1
Aaron Baddeley 55/1
Brendon De Jonge 60/1
Carl Pettersson 65/1
Ben Martin 70/1
Nick Watney 70/1
Patrick Reed 70/1
Brian Harman 70/1
Kevin Chappell 70/1
Brendan Steele 70/1
Charles Howell III 70/1
Robert Garrigus 75/1
Matt Every 85/1
Erik Compton 85/1
Pat Perez 85/1
Bo Van Pelt 85/1
Rory Sabbatini 95/1
Stewart Cink 100/1
Russell Henley 100/1
Seung-Yul Noh 100/1
Ernie Els 100/1
Daniel Summerhays 100/1
Retief Goosen 100/1
George McNeill 100/1
Martin Flores 100/1
Morgan Hoffmann 110/1
Brian Davis 110/1
James Hahn 130/1
John Huh 130/1
Roberto Castro 130/1
Bud Cauley 130/1
Cameron Tringale 130/1
Russell Knox 130/1
Andrew Svoboda 130/1
Camilo Villegas 130/1
Chesson Hadley 130/1
Sang-Moon Bae 130/1
Robert Streb 150/1
Ben Curtis 150/1
Andres Romero 170/1
Tim Wilkinson 170/1
Billy Hurley III 170/1
J.J. Henry 170/1
Michael Putnam 170/1
Jhonattan Vegas 170/1
Martin Laird 170/1
Patrick Rodgers 170/1
Will MacKenzie 170/1
Scott Brown 170/1
Nicholas Thompson 170/1
Stuart Appleby 170/1
Shawn Stefani 170/1
Danny Lee 170/1
David Lingmerth 180/1
Scott Stallings 200/1
Vijay Singh 220/1
Kevin Kisner 220/1
Justin Hicks 220/1
Mike Weir 220/1
Patrick Cantlay 220/1
Spencer Levin 220/1
Johnson Wagner 220/1
Robert Allenby 220/1
Ricky Barnes 220/1
Charlie Wi 220/1
James Driscoll 220/1
Jonathan Byrd 220/1
Ted Potter Jr. 220/1
William McGirt 220/1
Sean O' Hair 240/1
Bryce Molder 240/1
Jason Bohn 240/1
Mark Wilson 250/1
Josh Teater 250/1
Richard H. Lee 250/1
Harrison Frazar 250/1
Tyrone Van Aswegen 250/1
Wes Roach 250/1
Derek Ernst 250/1
Troy Merritt 250/1
Charlie Beljan 250/1
Andrew Loupe 250/1
Brice Garnett 250/1
Greg Chalmers 250/1
Trevor Immelman 250/1
Kyle Stanley 250/1
John Merrick 250/1
Steven Bowditch 250/1
Davis Love III 250/1

  
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