6. You never know what will light a spark in someone. Case in point: James Driscoll . Over the winter he worked with a coach, but other than that he'd mostly either been on his own or listened to too many people throughout the years. Then his caddie, Bill Harkey, who is a longtime friend of Sean Foley's, suggested he visit with Foley. The two spent 90 minutes together at the Quail Hollow Championship, where Foley simply changed Driscoll's ball position and adjusted his weight distribution on his setup. Driscoll had been overthinking his swing fixes when all he needed, for the most part, were two minor fixes. The result? A tie for eighth at the HP Byron Nelson Championship a week later and a fifth-place finish at the Travelers Championship two starts later.