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10. Sergio Garcia: You finally got to see Sergio Garcia smile, two weeks in a row. Garcia posted two of the most impressive back-to-back wins of recent memory. Yes, it was in his home country, but he took those wins over the rest of the field. This year? Garcia has the chance to take that and build. He was one of the few players to make the cut in all of the majors, and that can only be a building block for him.
9. Jason Day: Jason Day is one of the most electrifying talents the PGA will come to see in the next 10 to 15 years. This will not be the year he makes a huge splash, but it is a stepping stone. Day is going to find a lot of success on the PGA Tour. There's even a chance Day could be a top player in the coming years. This year? One spot closer.
8. Tiger Woods: Who thought I was going to stick Tiger Woods at the top of the list? You were wrong. Right now, Tiger sits at 25. It's a far cry from No. 8, but this is what I see Tiger doing. Two, three wins. Some top-five finishes, top-10 finishes. That's what you will see Tiger Woods do this year. Major? I'm not hedging my bets on it, but I would never count him out.
7. Charl Schwartzel: After one of the most electrifying wins in Masters history, Charl Schwartzel didn't make major waves, but he was there throughout the season. Schwartzel will be finding success no matter which tour he plays on this year. He's going to bump up that single spot from No. 8 to No. 7.
6. Lee Westwood: Lee Westwood has been one of the most consistently disappointing talents golf has seen. He is proclaimed to be one of the next great players, set to contend, and that's all he does. Contend. He doesn't win the big events. They're called majors. He hasn't won one, and right now, hasn't shown that he will. Slipping from second to sixth may seem a big deal, but it really isn't. These numbers are pretty fluid, and that's what this season will show.