A competitive field descends on Georgia to contest the latest round of the PGA Tour at the Sea Island Golf Club. Who will be crowned champion of the RSM Classic on Sunday?
Talor Gooch will not be back to defend his title after his triumph in 2021 after defecting to the LIV Invitational Golf Series.
The players will tee off on the Seaside Course and Plantation Course on Thursday and Friday and complete rounds three and four on the Seaside Course.
Past major winners in the lineup include Jason Day, Webb Simpson, Zach Johnson, Justin Rose, Stewart Cink, Davis Love III, Francesco Molinari, Danny Willett and Jason Dufner.
These are our four selections that could lift the trophy this weekend.
Brian Harman had an inconsistent start to his year, finishing T48 at the Sony Open in Hawaii, T3 at the American Express, T65, T14 at the Phoenix Open, MC, T63, T5 at the Valspar Championship, T35 at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play, MC, T35 at the RBC Heritage and T9 at the Wells Fargo Championship.
The 35-year-old's form was steady to excellent in his subsequent 11 tournaments, finishing T34 at the PGA Championship, MC, T18 at the Memorial Tournament, T43 at the US Open, T8 at the Travelers Championship, MC, T6 at the Open Championship, T71, T3 at the FedEx St. Jude Invitational, T35 at the BMW Championship and T21 at the Tour Championship.
Harman has begun the new 2022/23 PGA Tour season in great touch, placing T15 at the Shriners Children's Open, T23 at the CJ Cup, and second at the World Wide Technology Championship.
His last five performances at the RSM Classic have been solid, placing T4 in 2017, T32 in 2018, T14 in 2019, MC in 2020 and T61 in 2021.
Harman has had two top-three places in his last six starts and will fancy his chances to lift the trophy on Sunday.
Seamus Power kicked off his year by placing T15 at the Tournament of Champions, T3 at the Sony Open in Hawaii, T14 at the American Express and T9 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am before missing the cut in his next three starts.
The 35-year-old's form was erratic, finishing T33 at the Players Championship, T5 at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play, T27 at the Masters, MC at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans and MC Wells Fargo Championship.
He regained his touch by placing T17 at the AT&T Byron Nelson, T9 at the PGA Championship, MC at the Memorial Tournament, T12 at the US Open and T25 at the Travelers Championship.
Power's game lacked consistency after those solid results, finishing T30 at the Horizon Irish Open, MC at the Open Championship, MC at the FedEx St. Jude Championship, 65th at the BMW Championship, T30 at the Sanderson Farms Championship, MC at the Shriners Children's Open and T49 at the CJ Cup.
However, he bounced back to his best on the golf course when he won the Butterfield Bermuda Championship and placed T3 at the recent World Wide Technology Championship.
The Irishman struggled in his first three appearances at the RSM Classic, finishing T74 in 2016, MC in 2017, MC in 2018, and MC in 2019 before placing a credible T4 in 2021.
Power is in great touch and will be in contention to win at the Sea Island Golf Club if he can replicate last year's performance.
Tom Hoge had an excellent start to his year, MC at the Sony Open in Hawaii, placing second at the American Express, MC at the Farmers Insurance Open, victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and finishing T14 at the Phoenix Open.
The American's form was erratic after those top results, MC at the Genesis Invitational, finishing T32 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, T33 at the Players Championship, T58 at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, T39 at the Masters, MC at the RBC Heritage and MC at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Hoge rediscovered his touch by placing T17 at AT&T Byron Nelson and T9 at the PGA Championship before his form plunged, missing the cut six times in a row.
The 33-year-old returned to form after those dismal results, placing T4 at the 3M Open, MC at the FedEx St. Jude Championship, 10th at the Tour Championship, T12 at the Fortinet Championship, T4 at the Shriners Children's Open, T9 at the ZOZO Championship, T13 at the CJ Cup in South Carolina and MC at the World Wide Technology Championship.
He has featured at this event seven times, placing T9 in 2015, MC in 2016, T25 in 2017, T37 in 2018, MC in 2019, MC in 2020 and T4 last year.
Hoge has been thereabouts on the PGA Tour in recent months and has the game to win the RSM Classic this weekend.
Denny McCarthy started his year in great shape on the PGA Tour, placing T48 at the Sony Open in Hawaii, T6 at the American Express and T12 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
McCarthy struggled with his game after those results missing the cut at the Phoenix Open, finishing T30 at the Honda Classic, T61 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, T60 at the Players Championship and T48 at the Valspar Championship.
The 29-year-old's subsequent six starts were decent, finishing T18 at the Valero Texas Open, T56 at the RBC Heritage, MC at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, T25 at the Wells Fargo Championship, T48 at the PGA Championship and T27 at the Charles Schwab Challenge.
McCarthy returned to form, placing T5 at the Memorial Tournament, T7 at the US Open, MC at the Travelers Championship, and T6 at the John Deere Classic before missing the cut two tournaments in a row.
The American has been solid since those failures, finishing T20 at the FedEx St. Jude Championship, T28 at the BMW Championship, T25 at the Fortinet Championship, T39 at the Sanderson Farms Championship, MC at the Shriners Children's Open, T37 at the CJ Cup, T6 at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship, and T53 at the recent Houston Open.
He has competed at the RSM Classic five times, MC in 2017, T46 in 2018, T8 in 2019, MC in 2020 and T10 last year.
McCarthy has had two top-ten places in his last three starts at this event and can feature prominently in Georgia this weekend.