POTOMAC, MD - JUNE 29: Tony Finau of the United States plays his shot from the eighth tee during the first round of the Quicken Loans National on June 29, 2017 TPC Potomac in Potomac, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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In 2016, Bradley missed 11 cuts in 26 events, with just six top-25 finishes. In 2015, those numbers were four and nine, respectively. In 2017, with a full year of practice under his belt, Bradley is up to five top-10 finishes, including two straight heading into this week's Greenbrier Classic. In his last four trips to the Greenbrier, Bradley has placed in the top-25 just once, but that was a solid fourth-place, capped by a Sunday 66. There's still plenty of room for Bradley to return to his old form, but he's running hot right now, and should continue that trend this week.
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The comeback tour continues for Stewart Cink. The U.S. Open notwithstanding, the 44-year-old Tour veteran is enjoying quite a bit of success in 2017. With top-10 outings at the Dean & Deluca Invitational and the FedEx St. Jude Classic, Cink is playing the best he has all year. Whether it's the personal progress he's enjoyed as his wife, Lisa, has recovered from cancer treatments at the start of the year, or simply a professional renaissance of sorts, Cink is on track for his best year since 2009.
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The runner-up at this year's Waste Management Phoenix Open, Simpson heads into this week's Greenbrier Classic coming off top-ten finishes in two of his last four starts. He'll find himself at home this week at the Old White TPC, where he's four-for-six with a trio of top-tens on his resume. Ranked third in scrambling and fourth in sand-save percentage, Simpson is building his success off avoiding the big numbers. That's a skill that will continue to reward him at the Greenbrier.
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POTOMAC, MD - JULY 01: Danny Lee of New Zealand plays his shot from the eighth tee during the third round of the Quicken Loans National on July 1, 2017 TPC Potomac in Potomac, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
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Haas will look to build on an already solid record at the Old White TPC this week. He did miss the cut in 2015, but even then he shot 66 in the opening round. In his four previous trips to the Greenbrier, Haas had a pair of top-ten efforts, including a loss in a three-way playoff in 2011. As usual, Haas is building his success on excellent ball-striking. Ranked just 101st in driving accuracy this season, he maintains a nearly 70 percent greens-in-regulation rate, good for ninth on Tour.
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HARTFORD, WI - JUNE 15: Kevin Kisner of the United States plays his shot from the sixth tee during the first round of the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills on June 15, 2017 in Hartford, Wisconsin. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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POTOMAC, MD - JULY 02: David Lingmerth of Sweden lines up a putt on the first green during the final round of the Quicken Loans National on July 2, 2017 TPC Potomac in Potomac, Maryland. (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)
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After a few rocky months, Patrick Reed is finally starting to play like one of the world's best again. A Sunday 67 at the Quicken Loans National moved Reed into a tie for 17th place. That was Reed's seventh top-25 in his last eight starts. As one of the strongest players in the field, there's no reason why Reed couldn't win this week. Reed hasn't been exceptionally strong at the Greenbrier; in fact, he has yet to crack the top 25 at the Old White. However, his best finish, in 2014, came following a streak of four missed cuts in his last six events.