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Vartan Kupelian is a PGATOUR.COM contributor. Each week, Kupelian will size up the field and provide his top 5 players going into the tournament, based on factors such as the player’s strengths, the course setup, recent performances, etc.

They’re back.

The PGA TOUR Champions kicks off the 2018 season this week with the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai with a field that includes nine members of the World Golf Hall of Fame.

The 44-player field features tournament champions from the 2016 and 2017 PGA TOUR Champions seasons, winners of senior majors since 2013, eight invitees based on career PGA TOUR wins and major championship titles, and World Golf Hall of Fame members who played a minimum of eight PGA TOUR Champions events in 2017.

Bernhard Langer, the defending champion, is looking for his fourth victory at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship. He also won in 2009, 2014 and 2017.

Langer was 15 under through 36 holes when high winds forced cancellation of the final round last year. Fred Couples, who will make his ninth start this year at the Mitsubishi Electric, finished at 14 under and Kirk Triplett was next at 13 under.

POWER RANKINGS: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CHAMPIONSHIP

Breanhard Langer: Coming off an incredible seven-victory season which began with the win at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai. His 36 career PGA TOUR Champions victories rank second behind Hale Irwin (45) and invites the question: Can Langer surpass Irwin?

Kevin Sutherland: Making his tournament debut in the elite field event, he posted his first PGA TOUR Champions victory at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship and with it captured the Charles Schwab Cup, ending Langer’s three-year winning streak.

Scott McCarron: Coming off a banner season with four victories, including a major at the Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS, and a third-place finish in the final Charles Schwab Cup standings. McCarron had eight top-3 finishes and 14 in the top 10.

David Toms: Only one member of last year’s ballyhooed rookie class managed to grab a victory on PGA TOUR Champions.

Jerry Kelly actually won twice. It took the Wisconsin native 13 events before he grabbed his first trophy, at the Boeing Classic. He quickly followed up with another victory, just two events later at the Pacific Links Bear Mountain Championship.

Notably, Kevin Sutherland also had his breakthrough moment last season. The 53-year-old finally won in his 78th start on PGA TOUR Champions, and he picked a great time. By winning the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship at Phoenix Country Club he also won the Schwab Cup.

Leading up to the season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai, we’ll identify five returning players, in alphabetical order, still looking for their first win who are mostly like to get it in 2018.

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