Tiger Woods may have appeared, but it was Justin Rose that truly showed up at the Quicken Loans National. Despite nearly blowing his lead on the 18th and finding himself in a playoff with Shawn Stefani, Rose parred the first hole against Stefani to win. Justin Rose was 4th in my Power Rankings with a Total Aggregate of 25.8, a change of 6.083 over his last tournament played. Stefani, for the record, was at 63.6 coming off a missed cut at The Travelers. For anyone that's been following golf, it should be no surprise who the biggest mover is this week, as he vaults into #1 overall in my Aggregate Rankings. Check below for who climbed highest and who lost out going into The Greenbrier Classic.


Through mysticism, wisdom, arbitrary numbers pulled from thin air, and some serious number crunching, I assign each player a number, called The Aggregate, each week. That number, out of 100 with lower being better, is a collection of rankings and statistics that generally tell how a player has performed in the recent past and, for fantasy teams, can indicate whether is player is getting hot or cooling off. As I update my Excel Spre- *ahem*- Ancient Book of Knowledge with each week's performances, a differential is generated based on where they were, and where they may be going. One thing you'll notice, based on how the system works, is that the week's winner may not be the top mover. For my power rankings, I take this aggregate and combine it with past performance at that tournament to find my list.

Newly included below are my top 10 players over all based on their Aggregate. Some of these players may appear here but not my Power Rankings, depending on how their tournament history affects their positioning. This Top 10 should provide clearer insight as to how a player has been performing over the recent past.

Top 10 Movers

  1. Brendon Todd - (+19) to 7.2
  2. Andres Romero - (+19) to 65.4
  3. D.H. Lee - (+18) to 82
  4. Freddie Jacobson - (+17.8) to 30.8
  5. Hudson Swafford - (+17.8) to 67
  6. Tim Wilkinson - (+15.2) to 29.4
  7. Hunter Mahan - (+15.2) to 62.4
  8. Patrick Reed - (+14.55) to 69.2
  9. George McNeill - (+14) to 38.4
  10. Nick Watney - (+14) to 59.2
Top 10 Losers
  1. Jason Day - (-20.08) to 39.75
  2. Aaron Baddeley - (-20) to 48.8
  3. Martin Flores - (-19.4) to 58.2
  4. Wes Roach - (-15.4) to 92.2
  5. Brice Garnett - (-14.2) to 81
  6. Martin Laird - (-14) to 78
  7. Vijay Singh - (-14) to 67.6
  8. Rory Sabbatini - (-13.4) to 71.6
  9. Sang-Moon Bae - (-12.4) to 78.4
  10. Robert Allenby - (-12.4) to 100
Top 10 Overall
  1. Brendon Todd - 7.2
  2. Martin Kaymer - 12.25
  3. Adam Scott - 13
  4. Rory McIlroy - 13
  5. Sergio Garcia - 13.33
  6. Steve Stricker - 13.33
  7. Marc Leishman - 16
  8. Billy Horschel - 16.2
  9. Chris Kirk - 17.8
  10. Jordan Spieth - 19.6
Kyle Donovan