13. Sergio Garcia: The precocious teen who gave Tiger Woods a run for his money at the 1999 PGA Championship at Medinah hasn’t lived up to expectations. Now 33, Garcia has blamed girlfriend troubles and burnout for his uneven play, and his balky putter forced him to switch to a claw-style grip. A lot of players would like to have his career -- 10 wins on the European Tour, eight on the PGA Tour, and 24 overall, plus more than $50 million in on-course earnings. Garcia won the Wyndham Championship in August of ’12 and finished eighth in this year’s Masters. He’s had many close calls, with nine top-five finishes in majors, notably a British Open playoff loss to Padraig Harrington when Garcia’s approach shot caromed off the flagstick at Carnoustie. There’s still hope for El Nino to play his way off this list.