We once again assembled our LPGA.com experts - Amy Rogers, Bret Lasky, Ron Sirak and Adam Stanley - to make their picks on who will win the Volunteers of America LPGA Texas Classic. It's a wide open field with past champions and top ranked players, but no Inbee Park, Shanshan Feng or Lexi Thompson.
Making picks is really hard to do these days on the LPGA. In ten tournaments this year, there have been ten different winners. Nobody is dominating and player after player that came into the media center on Wednesday in Texas spoke eloquently about the depth of talent on Tour.
So, this is hard.
Stacy Lewis was a popular pick this week. Yes, she's playing a couple months into her pregnancy, but Stacy is always a dangerous player. Lydia Ko was another popular pick. She just won last week at the MEDIHEAL Championship and now maybe she's ready to reel off a few more wins.
Don't forget about the players that love Texas like Brittany Lang, who had her nails done with the colors of the Texas flag.
Amy Rogers' Picks
Bret Lasky's Picks
Lydia Ko: The 3-wood Ko hit in the playoff to nearly win with an albatross was just ridiculous. She's definitely back - although she really didn't go anywhere. Our expectations are just massive for Lydia.
Sung Hyun Park: The world No. 5 needs a breakout performance to get her trending in the right direction. Her best finish is a T9 at the ANA Inspiration, but this could be the week where she returns the form we saw in 2017.
Angela Stanford: She's lived within a 30-mile radius her entire life and nobody loves Texas more than Angela Stanford. She's also had some strong finishes this year, which leads you to believe she still has the game. She turned in a final-round 63 in Singapore this year.
Ron Sirak's PicksSung Hyun Park: The reigning ROY and co-POY is ready to get her first win of 2018 and become the 11th different winner in 11 events this year.
Adam Stanley's Picks