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Golf News // Who will take a step back and who will take a step forward in 2022 on the PGA Tour? (www.espn.com)

The first event of the year on the PGA Tour gave a possible hint of what is to come in 2022: Birdies. Lots and lots of birdies.

But what else should we expect? Which players should we keep an eye out for? Which unknown might announce himself? And which recognizable face might take a step backward?

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With the first full-field event of the year set to begin Thursday when the Sony Open tees off in Hawaii — here’s how to watch on ESPN+ — we gathered our experts.

What player on the PGA Tour are you expecting to take a big leap forward this year?

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