This article is part of our Majors Value Meter series.
Below are our 2015 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 scratched.
| 1. Jordan Spieth |
Note: One stroke away from a chance at the grand slam, Spieth is at the height of his game.
| 2. Rory McIlroy |
Note: Will give it a go after missing nearly two months due to an ankle injury. A front-runner despite the lack of recent play.
| 3. Dustin Johnson |
Note: Looking to overcome his major disappointments to win his first major. Nearly won in 2010 PGA at Whistling Straits and great course fit.
| 4. Jason Day |
Note: Trending Aussie earned fourth career win last month at the RBC Canadian Open and owns top-10s the last two major championships.
| 5. Bubba Watson |
Note: Lost in playoff at 2010 PGA Championship to Martin Kaymer. Playing well this year and great chance for third major.
| 6. Justin Rose |
Note: In great form and among the elite players in the field, Rose has five top-10s in majors the last four years including his 2013 U.S. Open win.
| 7. Rickie Fowler |
Note: Won 2015 Players and Scottish Open; in great form after nearly winning again at the Quicken Loans Invitational two weeks ago.
| 8. Adam Scott |
Note: Elite Aussie talent will have last opportunity to win a major with the long putter; top-15s at last four PGA Championships.