I’ll be watching for high scores, for starters. A cold front is approaching, should hit Orlando tonight. This morning, it is windy and very gusty, just the kind of conditions you don’t want to play a course that requires precise shots like Bay Hill. Unless the winds lessen, it’ll be a tough day here. Mark Calcavecchia already put up Hank Aaron — a score of 44 — on the front nine despite a pair of 3s. Leader Sean O’Hair. He’s from West Texas originally and used to playing in wind. In fact, he made a joke about that Friday, dismissing the severity of Florida breezes compared to the wide open prairie of West Texas. We’ll see if it works to his advantage. Tiger Woods. He’s in fifth place, only two shots out of second place, despite playing with his B-minus game. His short game has been remarkable. The winds will test his long game. I don’t expect him to go anywhere on the leaderboard except up.