Power Rankings: Puerto Rico Open


While the PGA Tour's Florida Swing continues this week at Doral (our power rankings for that event can be found here), the PGA Tour hosts the Puerto Rico Open for those who did not qualify for the WGC event. Michael Bradley defends his title against a field including Ryo Ishikawa, J.B. Holmes and several major champions. Our power rankings for this event are found below.

It's Trump Week on the PGA Tour, as The Donald owns both host courses - Doral and Trump International.

Take a look at our fantasy rankings for this week, then tweet out your picks using the hashtag #GCFantasy and send them to me @RyanBallengeeGC. Also be sure to join the Golf Channel Fantasy Challenge to test yourself against our panel of experts, including defending champion Win McMurry.

1. Jeff Overton: Overton had his best finish of the year at the Honda with a T-18 and has been in the top 15 in his last two Puerto Rico starts (2009, '10).

2. Michael Bradley: Bradley has won in Puerto Rico twice in the last three years. How can you not like the guy this week?

3. Brendon de Jonge: He's long, he makes a lot of birdies and has gone T-14 and T-3 in his last two Puerto Rico starts.

4. J.B. Holmes: His comeback has been impressive, including a T-8 at Riviera. His distance should be an advantage at Trump International.

5. Seung-yul Noh: The Korean standout has cashed in all but one start this year, including a season-best T-16 against weaker competition at Mayakoba.

6. Vaughn Taylor: Finishing in the top 20 in his last two starts, Taylor might be coming around back to form.

7. Kevin Streelman: Had a chance to win here in 2010. Placed well with a T-9 at Pebble Beach.

8. Martin Flores: Flores has missed just one cut this year and is one of few players in this field with a top 10 this season.

9. Briny Baird: He may have only cashed twice this season, but was T-12 in the other opposite field event and finished in the top 5 here in 2008.

10. Troy Matteson: The runner-up here last year is off to a typical slow start, but had his best finish of the year with a T-26 at PGA National.

You can watch complete coverage of the Puerto Rico Open Thursday-Sunday on Golf Channel from 6:30PM-8:30PM ET.