This article is part of our Golf Barometer series.
The PGA Tour is stationed in the enchanted land of Sin City this week as Las Vegas' TPC Summerlin hosts the Shriners Hospitals Children Open, just one week after Xander Schauffele landed on the podium at the WGC-HSBC Champions to end autumn's Asian Swing. This week's field is highlighted by the household names of Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler, but we'll take a look at several other players who are trending in value as November begins.
Bradley's lengthy win drought came to an end at the BMW Championship in early September, but he hasn't slowed down with results of 6-T19 in his past two starts. He's ascended to the top-30 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time since late 2014 and excelled tee-to-green during the 2017-18 season.
Champ drew a heap of attention to the alternate-field Sanderson Farms Championship, where the rookie notched his maiden PGA Tour victory by four strokes over Corey Conners last week. He fits the mold of a DJ/Koepka prototype with an athletic build to match extreme distance off the tee, generating flashy upside moving forward.
Burgoon has risen more than 100 spots in the OWGR since entering the FedExCup Playoffs at just No. 212, now threatening to join the top-100 for the first time in his career following a T2 at the CIMB Classic. He ranked top-40 on Tour in both driving distance and accuracy last season, though he also found success with the