This article is part of our Majors Value Meter series.
Below are our 2014 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.
|1. Rory McIlroy|
Note: The clear favorite after dominating the British Open three weeks ago and winning again last week, McIlroy couldn't be playing much better heading into the season's last major.
|2. Adam Scott|
Note: Master's champ from last year is in his prime right now with 11 top-15 finishes in his last 12 majors.
|3. Justin Rose|
Note: Playing beautifully the last couple months with two wins; T3 two years ago at PGA Championship.
|4. Sergio Garcia|
Note: Trending strong with runner-ups at his last two events (British Open, WGC-Bridgestone) and primed to secure his maiden major.
|5. Henrik Stenson|
Note: Third place at last years PGA Championship and more than capable of competing at Valhalla this week.
|6. Matt Kuchar|
Note: Kuchar is a top-10 machine and has won many big tournaments but still seeks a major.
|7. Rickie Fowler|
Note: With top-5s at each of first three majors, Fowler is bound to break through for his first major soon.
|8. Keegan Bradley|
Note: Top-5 at WGC-Bridgestone and top-3 in two of his last three PGA Championship starts.
|9. Martin Kaymer|
Note: 2010 PGA champion is having a great year after winning The Players and the U.S. Open.
|10. Jim Furyk|
Note: Red hot recently with close calls at the British Open and