The PGA Tour heads to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., this week for the Greenbrier Classic.
Much like last week at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn., the Greenbrier's Old White Course is another one of those places where players can go crazy low.
Here's a look at the five players you'll want to keep an eye on this week.
5. Jonas Blixt
Best finish in 2014-15 season: T13 at the CIMB Classic
Reason to watch: Blixt has missed the cut in 11 of 18 starts this season, including six of his last seven. So, you ask, why are we watching him? Fair question. Because his luck -- if not his game -- has to turn at some point. He won this very tournament two years ago. When you're low on confidence, I'd imagine playing a place where you've had success has to be at least a little uplifting.
4. Scott Stallings
Best finish in 2014-15 season: Second at the Farmers Insurance Open
Reason to watch: Stallings has become one of those players on the PGA Tour who, while he may not contend every time he tees it up, if his name is on the first page of a leaderboard late in a tournament, you'd better watch out. His victory at the 2011 Greenbrier Classic was the first of his three wins on Tour. He's a streaky player who has been in a rut lately, missing the cut in seven of his last nine starts. To me, Stallings is the type of player where it doesn't matter what form he's in, it's possible for him to snap out of a funk at any time. Why not this week?
3. Graham DeLaet
Best finish in 2014-15 season: Fourth at the Travelers Championship
Reason to watch: The Canadian -- still in search of his first PGA Tour win -- enters this week coming off his best finish of the season, a T4 at the Travelers Championship. Like the two players listed above him here, DeLaet can be very streaky. Injuries have held DeLaet back in recent years. If it weren't for that, he'd likely be considered one of the best players on the PGA Tour without a victory. He'll snag that "W" soon.
2. Bill Haas
Best finish in 2014-15 season: Won the Humana Challenge
Reason to watch: I'm not a huge fan of anonymous polls, but the one earlier this year that identified Haas as the most "underrated player" on the PGA Tour couldn't have been more accurate. Maybe it's laidback demeanor and quiet confidence that fools us all, but Haas is a stud. He's got six wins on the PGA Tour and he only turned 33 years old just over a month ago. He has always played well at Greenbrier, including a playoff loss in 2011. A win this week would be his second of the season and -- most likely -- assure him a spot on his father's U.S. Presidents Cup team in Korea later this year.
1. Bubba Watson
Best finish in 2014-15 season: Won the WGC-HSBC Champions and the Travelers Championship
Reason to watch: I'm sticking with the hot-hand this week. The winner from Sunday has a home at the Greenbrier. Aside from winning a major, I can't imagine anything better than winning a tournament, heading home and being able to play the next tournament on a course you love while enjoying the comfort of your own bed. That's what Watson gets this week.
Here's how my five to watch fared last week at the Travelers Championship:
5. Marc Leishman -- T39
4. Hunter Mahan -- CUT
3. Kevin Streelman -- CUT
2. Bubba Watson -- Won
1. Brandt Snedeker -- T10