If it weren’t for the unpredictable weather, March would be up there for one of the best months of the year. From March Madness to the changing of the seasons, it’s a tough one to beat. But as anyone who lives in the midwest or northeast knows, Mother Nature is far too much of a tease this time of year.

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No. 1 – Patty Tavatanakit (Up 10) – After starting the year with an uninspiring finish at the LPGA Drive On, Patty T. has dominated in back-to-back events to win for the first time since her ANA victory in 2021. Is this form likely to continue? Who knows. But this is a very volatile ranking system, and there is no one playing better golf than her at the moment. That said, the LPGA Tour is a better place with her personality and style of play in the mix. I hope she continues this hot streak into the meat of the season.

No. 2 – Anthony Kim thirstbuckets (Up 4) – Big week for those folks. Hope the traffic is worth it.

No. 4 – Netflix sports documentaries (Up 199) – We’re drowning in these things! Break Point Season 2 was released recently, a new season of Drive to Survive is out, and Full Swing is coming up next week. According to Brendan Porath and Joseph LaMagna, the second season of Full Swing is markedly better than Season 1. Stay tuned for more content on that front.

No. 11 – Boundary fences on the PGA Tour (Up 771) – From S.H. Kim to Sami Välimäki to Justin Rose, it feels like we can’t log on to social media these days without a player playing from or getting relief from a fence. Frankly, I enjoy the content. Keep it coming.

No. 14 – Rory McIlroy’s wedge game with charity dollars on the line (Up 81) – For my money, Monday’s edition of The Match at The Park was highly entertaining. I wish Rose and Max would have played a little better, but Lexi and Rory were extremely fun to watch. McIlroy was undoubtedly the best player that night. He probably would have beaten the others in a 3-on-1 match. And in the end, the winner was decided by a closest-to-the-pin contest in which McIlroy hit a wedge to about four feet. Let’s keep that rolling at Augusta, eh? And bring that yellow hoodie. That thing is crisp.

No. 33 – Technology solutions (Up 211) – That’s what Cognizant does by the way. Bring back the Honda Classic.

No. 44 – Talor Gooch takes (Up 22) – The gift that keeps on giving. If you haven’t heard yet, Gooch made waves this week when he said “If Rory McIlory goes and completes his [career] Grand Slam without some of the best players in the world, there’s just going to be an asterisk. It’s just the reality.” And before anyone says that his quotes were taken out of context on social media, Gooch also appeared on the Flushing It podcast this week where he was given the opportunity to clarify his comments and did little to back away from his statements. He’s delusional, sure, but at least he’s stubborn too.

No. 1,332 – Promises (Down 876) – Two weeks ago, I promised these would be delivered on a weekly basis and I already missed a week due to travel. That will be the last time, for the next few weeks at least. I promise.

DFL – Hair (Down 662) – I’d like to officially announce that I have given in to the battle of the receding hairline and opted for the buzz cut. We will not be taking questions at this time.