April 22, 2014
- Keegan Bradley has made only one cut in three trips to TPC Louisiana. (Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
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Here are some of the players PGATOUR.COM will be watching this week during the first two rounds of the Zurich Classic. Use the comments section below and let us know who you have your eyes on.
Matt Every, Keegan Bradley, Charles Howell III (8:40 a.m. ET Thursday on No. 10; 1:40 p.m. ET Friday on No. 1): Raise your hand if you thought Bradley would be sitting on a win drought that stretches back to August 2012. On the good side: the three-time winner has been consistent -- he's racked up seven top-25s in 12 starts. Still, he's made only one career cut at TPC Louisiana, and none since 2011. He's paired with Every, already a winner this year (Bay Hill) and coming off a strong tie for 12th at the RBC Heritage, and Howell, who has five top-10s in 15 starts.
Patrick Reed, Rickie Fowler, Billy Horschel (1:30 p.m. ET on No. 1; 8:30 a.m. ET on No. 10): Reed has cooled off since his big win at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship. Fowler has been one of the TOUR's hottest players, racking up consecutive top-10s (Shell Houston, Masters) for the first time in over a year. Horschel, the defending champion, seeks his first top-10 in a full-field event since last year's U.S. Open.
Ernie Els, Justin Rose, David Toms (1:40 p.m. ET on No. 1; 8:40 a.m. ET on No. 10): This is a trio of major champs who always make TPC Louisiana a stop on their schedule. Els lost here in a playoff to Jason Dufner in 2012, and Rose has back-to-back top-15s here. Toms, a Louisiana native, last finished in the top 10 here in 2008, when he tied for fifth.
Nick Watney, Retief Goosen, Kevin Stadler (8:30 a.m. ET on No. 10; 1:30 p.m. ET on No. 1): Watney won here in 2007 for his first TOUR title. Goosen hasn't played since tying for seventh at the Shell Houston Open, while Stadler is playing for the fourth consecutive week. There hasn't been much of a letdown for Stadler since his breakthough win at the WM Pheonix Open -- he's missed only one cut in his last seven events.