The newly-crowned Open champion is now in search of a fourth major title and a second US PGA.
Four-time Masters winner Woods hasn't won a major since 2008 and a US PGA since 2007.
The Aussie was fifth in last year's US PGA and has finished in the top 10 in 9 of the last 15 majors.
Landed his second major title when scoring a superb victory in the 2014 US Open at Pinehurst.
Fowler has been superb in the majors this year with two runners-up finishes and a fifth.
Had a sensational second half of the season in 2013 and now in hot pursuit of a first major title.
Not at his best in 2014 but the mercurial left-hander could still have several more majors in him.
The 2013 US Open champion can boast a top five in all four majors, including a third in the 2012 US PGA.
The Spaniard is a two-time runner-up in the US PGA and was also second in the 2014 Open Championship.
The Aussie has taken to majors like a duck to water and already has five top four finishes.
The youngster has enjoyed a rapid rise to fame and is becoming a regular contender in the big events.
Still carries the unwanted tag of one of the best players yet to have never won a major.
The Northern Irishman has a strong record in the majors, highlighted by his 2010 US Open victory.
The unorthodox left-hander won a second Masters green jacket in three years at Augusta in April.
Ultra-consistent in the majors in recent years but has still to make the big breakthrough.
The Ryder Cup hero has three top threes in the majors, including a third in the 2012 US PGA.
The Englishman has won some big tournaments in his career but still can't get it done in the majors.
The gritty American won the 2003 US Open and was runner-up in the 2013 US PGA Championship.
The defending champion was also runner-up to Keegan Bradley in the 2011 US PGA Championship.
A former Masters champ and a regular winner on the PGA Tour but his US Open record is poor.
A true Open specialist with two Claret Jugs and 11 other top 10s. Third at Hoylake in 2006.