The PGA Tour returns to Quail Hollow in North Carolina after a brief stint in Maryland, with a host of elite players contesting the Wells Fargo Championship. Who will lift the trophy come Sunday?
Max Homa returns to defend his title after a two-stroke victory over Keegan Bradley, Matt Fitzpatrick and Cameron Young.
Past and present major winners in the field include Matt Fitzpatrick, Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa, Jason Dufner, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth, Lucas Glover, Francesco Molinari, Keegan Bradley, Adam Scott, Rory McIlroy, Shane Lowry, Gary Woodland, Stewart Cink, Webb Simpson, Zach Johnson, Danny Willett and Jimmy Walker.
These are our four selections that could win the title this weekend.
Xander Schauffle has been in impressive form this season on the PGA Tour, going close on multiple occasions to add another trophy to his cabinet.
Schauffle was in great touch from the get-go, placing T9 at the ZOZO Championship, 4th at the Hero World Challenge, T3 at American Express, T13 at the Farmers Insurance Open, T10 at the WM Phoenix Open before finishing T33 at the Genesis Invitational and T39 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
The world's number five ranked golfer bounced back to his best by placing T19 at the Players Championship, T5 at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play, T10 at the Masters, T4 at the RBC Heritage and T4 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
The 29-year-old has made three appearances at this event, finishing T24 in 2017, T72 in 2018 and T14 in 2021.
Schauffle has done nothing wrong on the PGA Tour this season and has an excellent chance to win the Wells Fargo Championship this weekend.
Jordan Spieth was inconsistent in his first seven tournaments on the PGA Tour this year, finishing T52 at the CJ Cup, 15th at the Hero World Challenge, T13 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, MC at the Sony Open in Hawaii, T63 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, T6 at the WM Phoenix Open, and MC at the Genesis Invitational.
Spieth has been in great touch since that poor result, placing T4 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, T19 at the Players Championship, T31 at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play, T4 at the Masters and 2nd at the RBC Heritage after losing in a playoff against Matt Fitzpatrick.
The world's number ten-ranked player has featured once at the Wells Fargo Championship, placing T32 in 2013; however, he was the stand-out player for the Americans at the 2022 Presidents Cup at Quail Hollow, finishing with a record of 5-0-0.
Spieth has been knocking hard the last two months and will start with confidence to win another PGA Tour title after his recent results.
Jason Day did not have the ideal start to his year, missing the cut at the Fortinet Championship, but he has not looked back since.
Day returned to form by finishing T8 at the Shriners Children's Open, T11 at the CJ Cup, T21 at the World Wide Technology Championship and T16 at the Cadence Bank Houston Open before missing the cut at the RSM Classic.
The 35-year-old continued to perform at a high level by placing T18 at the American Express, T7 at the Farmers Insurance Open, 5th at the WM Phoenix Open, T9 at the Genesis Invitational, T10 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, T19 at the Players Championship, T5 at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play and T39 at the Masters.
The Australian has an impressive record at the Wells Fargo Championship, placing T22 in 2010, T9 in 2012, victory in 2018, T24 in 2019, MC in 2021 and T15 in 2022.
Day has the form to win for the second time at the Quail Hollow Club in his career.
Sahith Theegala is having his best season on the PGA Tour and is the long-shot value bet at the Wells Fargo Championship.
Theegala achieved average to excellent results in his first eight starts by placing T6 at the Fortinet Championship, MC at the Sanderson Farms Championship, T5 at the ZOZO Championship, T67 at the CJ Cup, T22 at the Houston Open, T2 at the RSM Classic before finishing 33rd at the Tournament of Champions and T54 at the American Express.
The 25-year-old found consistency in his subsequent four tournaments by placing T4 at the Farmers Insurance Open, T39 at the WM Phoenix Open, T6 at the Genesis Invitational, T14 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational before finishing 74th at the Players Championship and T31 at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play.
The American regained his touch by placing 9th at the Masters, T5 at the RBC Heritage, and T23 at the Zurich Classic in New Orleans.
Theegala is making his debut at the Wells Fargo Championship and can upstage the others this weekend.