From Masters and US Open champions like Mike Weir and Lucas Glover to up-and-coming superstars like Anthony Kim and Ryan Moore, whoever said the Wyndham Championship was a second-tier tournament?
An eclectic field tees it up this week in Greensboro, NC, at Sedgefield Country Club, a golf course notorious for its miniature, undulating greens and rolling, viridescent fairways. These long hitting, titanium denting pros can approach the 7,130-yard course aggressively, which means another batch of incredibly low scores may appear in the near future.
But who has the upper-hand at such a vulnerable golf course?
Will Boo Weekley's gargantuan length off the tee allow him to capitalize at Sedgefield and grab his first 'W' of the year?
Can Anthony Kim rebound from his injury and prove to Ryder Cup Captain Corey Pavin that he is healthy and prepared to compete at Celtic Manor?
Or, in a season defined by parity and surprise, will an unknown champion rise to the occasion this week?