This article is part of our Majors Value Meter series.
Below are our 2013 PGA Championship rankings. This list is geared toward winner-take-all leagues and leagues that reward the lowest aggregate score, but it can serve other leagues as well, no matter the nuances. Check the comments section for golfers who are added to the field after this is posted.
1. Tiger Woods - Blew away the field by seven at WGC-Bridgestone for fifth win this season; last two times he won at Firestone went on to finish first or second at PGA Championship in his next tournament.
2. Phil Mickelson - Played incredibly in last two majors with a second-place finish at U.S. Open and his impressive victory at Open Championship.
3. Adam Scott - Master's champ has been inside top-11 the last two years at PGA Championship; coming off top-15 at WGC-Bridgestone .
4. Brandt Snedeker - Impressive win at RBC Canadian Open less than two weeks ago; never finished better than 18th at PGA Championship, but that could change this week.
5. Lee Westwood - 54-hole leader at Open Championship before fading Sunday so he's in good form, but last four starts at PGA Championship: two missed cuts, two top-10s.
6. Henrik Stenson - In scolding hot form with runner-ups at Open Championship and WGC-Bridgestone ; T4 in 2008 and T6 in 2009 at PGA Championship but has not played last two years.
7. Jason Day - Seems ready to step into the winner's circle at a major but missed cut the last two years at PGA