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Hot this week? Stacy Lewis and Jordan Spieth. Not? Sergio, Dufner, Golf Press

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Jordan Spieth tied for seventh at Innisbrook.

HOT
1. Stacy Lewis:
Number one with a bullet. She must be so disappointed there were nine holes she didn’t birdie on Sunday.
 
2. Tom Lehman: Remember those absurdly earnest TV commercials in which ol’ Tom is lecturing Kevin Streelman about what it takes to succeed? Well, it finally paid off!
 
3. South Africa: Gary Player's legacy continues to flourish: with Thomas Aiken’s victory in India, Springboks have now taken six of 11 tournaments on the European tour this year.
 
4. David Frost: Oh yeah, him, too.
 
5. Jordan Spieth: The 19-year-old has displayed a ton of game and maturity in earning special temporary exempt status in only four starts this year. But can we retire the burnt-orange shirt on Sunday? One recurring orange atrocity on Tour is more than enough.
 
NOT
1. Sergio: A sloppy third round ruined his chances in Tampa, and then the IRS hit him with a hefty claim on back taxes. Next thing you know Martina Hingis is gonna break up with him.
 
2. Yani Tseng: After 109 weeks she’s been bounced from the top of the World Ranking. But bonus points for tweeting a classy congrats to the new queen.
 
3. Jason Dufner: Golf’s drollest man savaged Keegan Bradley in a hilarious Twitter brawl, but what resonates is Keegan digging up the most embarrassing photo in golf history. Said a chastened Duf, "Man I gotta get that pic off the Internet.”
 
4. J. Low: Four bogies on the back nine cost Justin Leonard a chance at his first victory in five years. But it was a guilty pleasure to see this aging warrior on the leaderboard again.
 
5. The Golf Press: Turns out a homeless Ivanka Trump stalker sneaked into Doral using a forged press pass. Funny thing is, he was better dressed than most of the actual reporters.

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