Power Rankings: See who leads the pack at the Shriners Children's Open

Power Rankings for the Shriners Children's Open

Rob Bolton, a golf analyst, has released his power rankings for the Shriners Children's Open, providing insights into the players to watch at the event. Here are the top-ranked players in his list:

  1. Si Woo Kim (South Korea): Kim is coming off a successful season, with two T8 finishes and a T15 at TPC Summerlin in his record.

  2. Tom Kim (South Korea): The defending champion, Tom Kim, is known for his excellent performance at TPC Summerlin. He has a strong track record at this course.

  3. J.T. Poston (United States): Poston had an impressive FedExCup Fall debut, finishing 39th in the Playoffs with four top 10s in his last seven starts. He has performed well at TPC Summerlin in the past.

  4. Cam Davis (Australia): Davis has been consistent with four top 10 finishes in his last five starts. He has a strong scoring record at TPC Summerlin.

  5. Tom Hoge (United States): Hoge has a great fit for TPC Summerlin, with top 15 finishes in his last two starts worldwide and five top 25s since mid-July.

  6. Ludvig Åberg (Sweden): Åberg recently had an impressive performance at the Sanderson Farms Championship, leading the field in SG: Tee-to-Green. He continues to show great potential as a pro golfer.

  7. Adam Schenk (United States): Schenk had a fruitful season with six top 10s in his last three months of competition. He has performed well at TPC Summerlin in the past.

  8. Mark Hubbard (United States): Hubbard has started the FedExCup Fall with strong ball-striking, positioning himself for a good performance at TPC Summerlin.

  9. Andrew Putnam (United States): Putnam is known for his smart play at TPC Summerlin, with four top 20 finishes since 2019. His combination of approach and putting skills is an advantage.

  10. J.J. Spaun (United States): Spaun has been a consistent performer lately, arriving at TPC Summerlin rested after a T11 finish at the Fortinet Championship.

These rankings provide valuable insights into the players who are likely to perform well at the Shriners Children's Open based on their recent form and track record at TPC Summerlin.

Note: The rankings are subject to change as the tournament progresses, and performance may vary.