PGA TOUR 2007: Who's ready to breakout?

While 2006 yielded few new breakout players, 2007 may have more potential. Several one and two time winners in 2006 look to charge at the top during '07. A new points system with $10 million going as a bonus will definitely attract better fields.

The experts are looking at guys like Trevor Immelman, Adam Scott, and Justin Rose to establish themselves this season.

Immelman is a strong possibility. The young South African captured his first professional victory in the States by defeating Tiger Woods on Sunday at the Cialis Western Open. Of course, Tiger went on a gigantic winning streak following that second place finish.

Adam Scott ended a long winless drought by winning the Tour Championship in 2006. Scott has been one of the most promising players from Australia since Greg Norman. Scott rarely fulfilled that potential until his win this year. As soon as Scott matures a little bit and has total control of his game, he will rock fields just like he did at East Lake.

Justin Rose has had great potential his entire career, starting with a fine performance in his first major when he was a teenager. During the Fall Finish, it seemed like Rose was going to get his first win on the PGA TOUR every week. Rose never capitalized, usually firing a poor round on the weekend. It's about do or die for Rose, a time when he can establish himself as a major player or fall to the middle of the TOUR's money list for the rest of his career.
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