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Below are RotoWire's rankings for the 102nd PGA Championship. This list is geared toward winner-take-all leagues and leagues that reward the lowest aggregate score, but it can serve other leagues and DFS as well, no matter the nuances. This year the field was formulated differently because of the worldwide pandemic, but just about every top golfer is still entered and the rankings have been affected only minimally. Ninety-four of the top 100 in the world rankings are entered. As of now, 154 players are in the field, with two additional spots held for the winners of the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational and the Barracuda Championship — if they already aren't in the field. But the only WGC golfer not already in the PGA field is unheralded Sebastian Soderberg, so it's virtually assured first alternate Wyndham Clark will get in. We have added him to the rankings. (The second alternate is Brian Stuard and the third in Bud Cauley.) These rankings were formulated before the completion of the WGC-FedEx and Barracuda tournaments. There are 20 club pros in the field, and they are listed separately at the bottom.
TPC Harding Park (par-70, 7,251 yards) in San Francisco is a public course and short compared to recent PGA Championship tracks. Normally, the PGA is played on behemoths of about 7,500 yards or more. Harding Park has played host to big events going back more than 75 years. A bunch of players in this week's field are familiar with the course.