This Week’s Heroes? Stacy Lewis, Sean Foley and Dan Jenkins. Zeros? Jordan Spieth and the Golfer-in-Chief


1. Stacy Lewis. Lydia Ko made off with all the cash on Sunday, but Lewis walked away with the triple crown of season-long awards: player of the year, scoring title and money title. Not bad for a gal with a metal rod in her back.


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2. Sean Foley. The most criticized man in golf can now sit back and let some other poor schmuck take all the shrapnel.


Sean Foley

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3. The Stense. Watching this guy split every fairway with 330-yard missiles, I’m wondering why Stenson doesn’t win every week.


Henrik Stenson

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4. Amanda Dufner. Following her Thailand vacation in real-time on Instragram is more engrossing than Sunday afternoon at the Masters.


Amanda Dufner

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5. Dan Jenkins. At 84, he’s still stirring the pot. Gives me hope that in 43 years people will still be obsessing over Heroes and Zeros.


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1. Jordan Spieth. A November event in Japan doesn’t mean much … unless you’re desperate for a win and let another one get away.


Jordan Spieth

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2. Ted Bishop. The PGA held its annual meeting in his home state, but instead of a triumphant send-off the deposed Prez was a silver-haired poltergeist, haunting the proceedings from afar. But he did help guarantee Suzy Whaley’s election as secretary!


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3. Adam Scott. He might’ve forced a playoff at the Australian Masters (and had a chance for a three-peat) but his 30-footer on the 72nd hole spun out. Nothing ever works out for this guy, right?


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4. President Obama. I love that our commander-in-chief is such an enthusiastic dimplehead, but six hours to play 18 holes on a deserted course? Forget climate change and peace in the Middle East — slow play needs to be at the top of the White House’s agenda.


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5. Rory McIlroy. It’s a been a charmed year for the boy wonder, but he had a chance for another win in Dubai and couldn’t get it done. Something tells me he had forgotten about it by the time the jet left the tarmac.


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