Of course we’re going to include the tournament host. The Englishman knows that a top two finish this will see him return to the top of the Official World Golf Ranking. You’d have to fancy his chances of getting it done, too. He has played 18 times around the world in 2018 (not including the Ryder Cup), winning once and finishing second three times. He has had seven other top tens and missed only one cut. His combined score to par? 151-under. His stroke average? 68.9. Rounds in the 60s? 41 out of 70. His worst round? 74. He has also won the FedEx Cup and Ryder Cup in the last few weeks. Tell us…why wouldn’t you want this guy in your team?