Will Cog Hill Golf Course, the site of the third event of the Fed-Ex Cup Playoffs, play host to another shocking final day performance?
Matt Kuchar capitalized at the Barclay's with a clutch final round and playoff-finish over Martin Laird. Then Charlie Hoffman fired a final round 62 at the Deutsche Bank Championship last week, blistering through the field and capturing the elusive victory.
Depending on personal perception, the Fed-Ex Cup, just like the 2010 PGA Tour season, has been either plagued or polished by parity.
Since golf's perennial superman had a harsh encounter with some kryptonite, the journey back to the winner's circle has been arduous. However, though Tiger Woods' struggle to win has left an unmistakable void in the Tour, it's allowed a fresh, diverse group of players to shine throughout the year, from first-time winners like Rory McIlroy to multiple season winners like Hunter Mahan and Steve Stricker.
But now that Woods has earned a T-12 and T-11 in his last two events plus an official position on the Ryder Cup Team, will he be able to ride that momentum into an overdue Sunday victory? Or, will this legion of dogged PGA Tour pros pose a threat to the World's No.1?