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PGA Tour continues with the Quicken Loans National on Thursday, and only three of the top 20 finishers in the globe are on the TPC Potomac course at Avenel Farm, Maryland, although Tiger Woods is ready to make news as he plays this event for the first consecutive year since 2015.
Wood's the movie in our'Four To Follow' this weekend..... Wood actually did help create this PGA Tour Tournament back in 2005 and he went on to gain the title twice, in 2009 and 2012, at Congressional Country Club. Last year, however, there was a relocation for this course as the 7,107-yard course at Avenel Farm took over the hosted tasks and Woods will make its début on this course.
With 14 main wins to his name, the 14-time main champion wants to get back in shape after going through a hot period during the US Open in Shinnecock Hills, where he ended +10 to miss the 36-hole average. Woods great expense since coming back to competing Golf from violation has been his bad shape with the putter lugged in his hand and he is hopeless to find some shape before the British Open Championship at Carnoustie from July 19. this weeks at TPC Potomac!
Wood is one of three big champions this weekend - Stewart Cink and Geoff Ogilvy are the other two - but Rickie Fowler will be looking to be a "big winner" before the end of the year. World No. 8, the highest ranking in this category, suffered another near injury in a major when he came second in the US Masters - his eight Top 5 final in a minor without winning.
But the 29-year-old is still holding back, recovering on Saturday from an unfortunate 85 at Shinnecock to finally win the US Open for 20 places, while at Avenel Farm he has a course type to fall back on when he came third last year. In 2017 Marc Leishman also performed well against TPC Potomac when he reached a top 5 final and the Australian is admired by bookies in Maryland.