Here are GolfChannel.com’s Power Rankings, the top 10 favorites for the FedEx St. Jude Classic:
1. Lee Westwood: He is the second-ranked player in the world, he's clearly the best player in the field by miles and he's the defending champion. Good enough?
2. David Toms: If not for Westwood, Toms would be the clear-cut favorite. Playing some of the best golf of his life recently and has six top-5 finishes here, including a pair of wins.
3. Zach Johnson: Two top-12 finishes in two prior starts at the FedEx St. Jude. Hasn't been worse than T-12 in his last three events on Tour.
4. Ben Crane: Hasn't played particularly well over the last two months, but he has a solid record in this event with three top-15s.
5. Robert Karlsson: Not much of a history at this event to go off of, but a T-2 in his debut last year is good enough to put him on the short list of contenders.
6. Jonathan Byrd: Despite pedestrian results at this event, Byrd has a playoff loss and a tie for seventh in his last three Tour starts.
7. Brian Gay: Has made 13 of 14 cuts this year, including 10 in a row. He also won this tournament by five strokes in 2009.
8. Geoff Ogilvy: Has never made the cut in four previous FedEx St. Jude starts, but at least one member of the GolfChannel.com team thinks he'll start heating up for a summer run
9. Heath Slocum: Slocum has a trio of top-10s at this tournament and usually pops up a couple of times a year near the top of a leaderboard.
10. Robert Allenby: Still seeking that elusive first Tour win since 2001, Allenby was T-2 here in 2008 and T-4 in 2009
Note: This list is compiled from rankings submitted by members of GolfChannel.com's editorial team, based on who is most expected to contend in each upcoming event.
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