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Golf Australia Express : March 2014
Being world No.3 doesn't sit that well with STACY LEWIS. This pocket-rocket sized American has her sights on returning to the loneliest number of them all, writes Adrian Ballantyne. S TACY Lewis has seen the view from the top. And she liked it. But the American was only able to steal a fleeting glance before tripping back down the mountain. Now she wants to set up camp permanently. The world No.3 tasted the No.1 ranking for a month last year, off the back of a magical run that saw her finish third at the Honda LPGA Thailand before a pair of wins at the HSBC Women’s Champions and the RR Donnelly LPGA Founders Cup. But she soon got a fast lesson in the week-to-week challenge confronting Inbee Park and the other players to have ascended to the peak of the women’s game. Over the next six months she failed to place in the top three at any tournament, slipping back to the pack of would-be challengers to Park’s dominance. The first time was a little too easy, she said. Next time she’s vowed to make it stick. “I got to number one so quick, so early in the year last year. I think it kind of surprised me,” the 29-year-old said. RECAPTURING the world No.1 ranking, fighting with fans in China, quitting Twitter, working with a sports psychologist and her plans to grab the LPGA's season-ending million bucks, STACY LEWIS reveals all in our exclusive one-on-one chat [above]. the player