Blade Runners (Best Putters)

Chris Riley ranks 16th on tour in putting average this year; he was third in 2002. Brad Faxon is consistently one of the best putters on tour.

Mirror Images (Left-handers)

Russ Cochran and Greg Chalmers are the southpaws to watch.

American Idols (Stars of Tomorrow)

Keep your eyes on these guys. They are going places. Bill Haas, 22-year-old son of PGA Tour veteran Jay, won the 2004 Ben Hogan award. Adam Scott, a 23-year-old Australian, won the Players Championship earlier this year. Kevin Na, a 20-year-old from California, is the youngest member of the PGA Tour. He tied for fourth at the Honda Classic. Aaron Baddeley, 23, has tied for second twice on the PGA Tour.

Anonymi-Tee (Most Underrated)

Tim Clark had back-to-back top 10 finishes at the Nissan Open and Chrysler Classic this year. He finished third at last year's PGA Championship. The 1997 ACC player of the year at North Carolina State was part of the 2003 Presidents Cup International team.

Tour Guide (Course Manager)

In the day of titanium-induced 300-yard 3-woods, Corey Pavin gets around the course deftly the old-fashioned way -- even occasionally hitting (gasp!) a long iron.

Space Cowboys (Going Where No One Has Gone Before)

It will be interesting to see who hits the ball farther: Hank Kuehne or John Daly. These two big hitters rank first and third, respectively, on the tour in driving distance. Kuehne averages 314.7 yards per drive; Daly hits it an average of 304.6 yards. Alas, neither are among the top 150 in driving accuracy.

GQ Wannabes (Best Dressers)

For the latest and sometimes funkiest fashions, check out Aaron Baddeley, Charles Howell III and Adam Scott.

Corey Pavin, who won the 1995 U.S. Open, will be one to watch at the Booz Allen Classic. Pavin, in the sixth group, tees off at 7:50 a.m. with Ben Crane and Chris Smith.