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Power Rankings: Waste Management Phoenix Open

Monday, January 26, 2015 8:47:00 PM

The PGA Tour heads to the Arizona desert for the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the 11th event of the wraparound season. A full field of 132 players will tackle TPC Scottsdale in what is typically the most boisterous event of the year.

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Kevin Stadler won this event a year ago by one shot over Bubba Watson and Graham DeLaet, but he won't defend his title because of injury. Here are 10 players to watch in Scottsdale:

1. Jordan Spieth: When we last saw him, Spieth was lapping many of the game's best last month at Isleworth. While he is making his maiden trip to TPC Scottsdale, Spieth certainly has the game - and the confidence - to beat another world-class field this time around.

2. Bubba Watson: Watson led after each of the first three rounds last year before finishing T-2, his fourth top-10 finish in eight trips to TPC Scottsdale. The southpaw certainly embraces the party atmosphere at this week's stop, and he hasn't finished outside the top 25 since the Deutsche Bank Championship in September.

3. Patrick Reed: Reed is playing with plenty of confidence following a win in Maui, and he contended into the final round in defense of his Humana title. He tied for 19th last year in his Phoenix debut after opening with rounds of 67-67.

4. Matt Kuchar: Kuchar finished T-3 at the Sony Open, then chased it with a T-2 finish last week in Palm Springs. He remains one of the game's most consistent players and while he's making just his second trip to Phoenix since 2010, he did finish T-6 in 2009 at TPC Scottsdale.

5. Rickie Fowler: Fowler was one of the Tour's biggest success stories in 2014, and now he looks to validate the praise with another victory. It could come in Phoenix, where he was a surprise runner-up in 2010, but Fowler has missed the cut here each of the last two years.

6. Phil Mickelson: Mickelson won at TPC Scottsdale in 2013 after nearly shooting a 59, and he remains the tournament's all-time money winner. While he didn't contend last week at the Humana Challenge, he did lead the field in birdies - certainly a positive sign.

7. Hideki Matsuyama: Matsuyama's T-3 at Kapalua was his third top-10 finish of the wraparound season, and the Japanese phenom appears poised for another successful year. He tied for fourth in his TPC Scottsdale debut last year, breaking 70 in each round.

8. Brooks Koepka: Another of the game's rising stars returns to action this week in Phoenix. Koepka capped off a successful year with a win in Turkey in November, and he finished T-4 and T-8 in his first two starts of the wraparound season. His length off the tee and aggressive approach should suit him well at TPC Scottsdale.

9. Brendan Steele: Steele rallied for a runner-up finish last week in Palm Springs, and he carries that momentum to a course where he has had great success in the past. He has finished T-6 or better each of the last three years at TPC Scottsdale with four rounds of 65 or better during that span, including a third-round 62 last year.

10. Hunter Mahan: Mahan won this event in 2010, the highlight in a strong run of recent results at TPC Scottsdale. The veteran also finished T-4 last year and has cracked the top 35 in each of his last five trips to the desert, compiling a 68.1 stroke average in that time.

Newlywed Park's offseason: Cooking, dishwashing, putting

Monday, January 26, 2015 6:42:00 PM

OCALA, Fla. – Inbee Park revealed Monday just how glamorous the life of the Rolex world No. 1 was this offseason, her first as a newlywed.

“I had a really busy offseason because I had to do cooking, and I had to golf at the same time,” Park said. “I never really cooked before, but I really spent a lot of time in the kitchen doing a lot of dishwashing as well.”

Park sounded so earnest explaining her devotion to her domestic duties.

“I’m really enjoying my new life,” she said.

Park was asked what handicap she would carry as a cook.

“Maybe a 20 handicap,” she quipped.

Park said she had a house full of visitors in the offseason with her parents visiting for 10 days and her in-laws visiting for 10 days. She and her husband bought a new home in Las Vegas last year. She also spent time healing there. She said her right shoulder bothered her at year’s end. She has been doing rehab for a muscle strain with a therapist and reports feeling better.

Park also worked on her putting this offseason, which her fellow pros might not like to hear. Park, who won three times last year, including the LPGA Championship, was unhappy with her putting much of 2014, even though she led the tour in putts per greens in regulation for the third consecutive season.

“I just felt so much worse than the year before,” said Park, who won the first three majors of the year in 2013. “I just think my ball striking was a lot better than what I expected last year, and I hit a lot of shots closer and had more opportunities. I just feel like I missed a lot of opportunities.”

Lewis returns motivated and with new ball

Monday, January 26, 2015 6:07:00 PM

OCALA, Fla. – Stacy Lewis would have enjoyed more down time this offseason, but she spent a good month trying to find a new golf ball to play.

Lewis has played the 2009 version of the Titleist ProV1X ever since it came out, but Titleist is no longer making the ball. Lewis said it came off the conforming list as of Jan. 7.

“I begged to be able to play the same ball,” Lewis said. “I don’t like change.”

Lewis says she tested almost every ball on the market and has decided to play Bridgestone’s B330-RX. She believes change is going to be good.

“I feel like it’s a ball that’s really going to help my game a lot, help control with my wedges,” Lewis said.

Lewis swept the LPGA’s most coveted season-ending awards last year, taking the Rolex Player of the Year, Vare Trophy for low scoring average and the money-winning title. No American had done that since Betsy King in 1993.

Still, Lewis was frustrated she didn’t deliver more than three victories. She says her six second-place finishes stuck with her.

“That’s what motivates me this year,” Lewis said. “Last year could have been an unbelievable year.”