This article is part of our Weekly Preview series.
The RSM Classic
Sea Island Resort
Sea Island, GA
The PGA Tour heads to...non-major land this week, as the final major of 2020 is in the books. Seriously, I know we're all sad that the majors are done for the year, but in a way, it's a bit of a relief. In what was the most hectic golf season we've ever seen, we managed to get in a large percentage of the regular tour events as well as three of four majors. Eight months ago, I would have been happy with one or two majors, let alone three and while the absence of fans is a game changer, especially at majors, we ended up with some great play and three high-quality winners. As for this week, the PGA Tour is heading to Sea Island, GA and while most of the field from last week's event is not on-hand, a good chunk did make the trip, making for a potentially interesting follow-up to the Masters. There is plenty of course history this week as the current course has been used since 2010. As we enter the final stretch of a very long season, it will be interesting to see which players are ready to be done with this year and which players are still fighting and clawing to gain position for next year.
Webb Simpson (10-1)
While there is a lot of carryover from