What separates Jim Furyk from the rest of the top 10 to start 2016? About a decade of experience, and two decades in the case of world No. 1 Jordan Spieth.
Yes, at 45, and 46 come May, Furyk is the senior citizen of the Top 10, but proved himself quite a live wire in 2015 as he broke an ugly 0-for-10 stretch of leading after 54 holes by winning the RBC Heritage. He had seven top 10 finishes in 19 starts overall.