The 94th PGA Championship tees off on Thursday with one of the deepest 156-player fields in recent major history.
The top 108 players are present, and the Ocean Course at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina will give all the players one very long and windy challenge throughout the weekend.
This is the last major of the year, therefore the last at "Glory's Last Shot" of winning a major until The Masters next year.
Luke Donald, Lee Westwood, Steve Stricker, Matt Kuchar and Sergio Garcia are among the players that will be looking to erase themselves from the unofficial "Best Players Never to Win a Major" list.
Meanwhile, Tiger Woods would like to change gears from neutral to drive his search for Jack Nicklaus' all-time major wins record.
Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson and Ernie Els look to become the first players since Padraig Harrington in 2008 to win two majors in a year.
Defending champ Keegan Bradley looks to become just the second golfer in the stroke-play era to win consecutive PGA Championships.
Let's take quick look at some of the picks of the experts around the web.