Each week, Five To Watch breaks down the most significant players and storylines for the upcoming weekend's tournament. We're not saying these guys will win, or that you should pick them for your fantasy team; we're just saying you ought to keep an eye on them. You never know what might happen. Today, we focus on the women at the U.S. Women's Open in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania at Saucon Valley.
Inbee Park: The defending champion, Park isn't at the top of her game right now; she has no top 10s this year. But this could be a chance for her to get her season back on track.
Lorena Ochoa: Like Tiger Woods, you can't ever bet against her. She's got a tie for sixth and a tie for second in the last four years at the Open, and she's already got two wins and six top 10s this year.
Morgan Pressel: In 2005, she held a share of the lead on the 72nd hole of the Open, but saw it vanish when Birdie Kim holed out from a bunker ahead of her. Since then, she hasn't come as close. She's coming off a second-place finish at the Jamie Farr; can she carry that momentum forward?
Ji Yai Shin: Another young hotshot with only two Opens in her past, she's having an outstanding year, with two wins and four top 10s. She's not the most exciting player on tour, but she might just be one of the favorites.
Yani Tseng: She's only got two appearances in the Open and has a cut and a tie for 42nd to show for it. But she's got a win and 8 top 10 finishes already this year, so she's as good a bet as anyone on this list.
All right, your turn. Who's your pick for this weekend? Go!