Your Tuesday morning Pin Sheet:
Ryan Lavner somehow found time in his busy schedule to update us on OWGR scenarios: "If Tiger Woods wins at Bay Hill for the eighth time, he would regain the No. 1 spot in the world – a position he hasn’t assumed since October 2010."
Golf Channel's Randall Mell with more on Stacy Lewis' rise to #1: "She’s the most unlikely No. 1 in men’s or women’s golf. After growing up in a back brace and needing a metal rod and five screws surgically attached to her spine to correct the ravages of scoliosis, even Lewis was overwhelmed with the notion she is actually No. 1."
Doug Ferguson says Jordan Spieth is poised for big things: "Spieth has all the trappings of a future star, though the real measure will be over the course of a year, instead of a month. Success at this level is all about consistency and learning how to cope with failure. There's still a long way to go. But what a start."
More on Jordan Spieth from Tim Rosaforte: '"I can't imagine being out here at 19 and to do what he's done," Leonard said. "He hasn't just driven a couple hundred miles. He's been to four different countries this year already. It's pretty remarkable."'
Luke Donald says he's rounding into form: '"The results in my first couple of events weren’t as I’d have liked, but last week there was a lot of improvement," he said. "I’ve felt a lot more comfortable with my game in the last couple of weeks, and a lot more in control of the golf ball. I had a lot more chances and had a decent chance to defend my title."'
From the Hawk's Nest, is Boo Weekley back? "To shoot three strokes lower than anyone else on a Sunday is very rare. On a golf course that continues to prove itself as one of the best on the PGA Tour, no less, that 63 carried Weekley into sole possession of second place, two strokes behind first-time winner Kevin Streelman."
JB Holmes fractures ankle in a rollerblading accident: "Holmes, who missed much of 2011 following brain surgery, hit a rut in the road while rollerblading, which has been part of his training regimen. He missed the cut in his last start at the Honda Classic and will be in a cast for about another week.
Compelling piece from ESPN's Farrell Evans on South Africa, golf, and Branden Grace: "One of the most poignant moments of the 2012 Masters came in the clubhouse on Easter Sunday night in an exchange between two South African players. Charl Schwartzel, the 2011 Masters champion, consoled his close friend, Louis Oosthuizen, who had just lost in a playoff to Bubba Watson. Their plaintive moods underscored the sadness that many felt back in Cape Town, George, Johannesburg and Durban."