Match the player with the Sunday blunder that ruined his chances of winning. (Note: Two players suffered the same wreck.)
1. Ralph Guldahl, 1937
2. Sam Snead, 1951
3. Billy Joe Pattern, 1954
4. Arnold Palmer, 1961
5. Curtis Strange, 1985
6. Seve Ballesteros, 1986
7. Greg Norman, 1986
8. Greg Norman, 1989
9. Mike Reid, 1989
10. Tom Lehman, 1994
11. Greg Norman, 1995
12. David Duval, 2001
THE TRAIN WRECKS
a. Hit his ball into the water at 13 and 15.
b. Blocked a four-iron into the gallery next to the 18th green
C. Blew a seven-iron over the green at 16.
d. Layup with an iron at 18 landed in a fairway bunker.
e. Skulled a bunker shot over the 18th green, made a double bogey and lost by one.
f. Chunked a pitch into the water at 15 to make double bogey.
g. Hit into the water left of the 11th green and made a quadruple-bogey 8.
h. Smother-hooked a four-iron into the water at 15.
i. Doubled the 12th and then bogeyed the 13th.
j. Pulled a sand wedge approach left of the 17th green and then three-putted.
k. Misclubbed on his approach to 18, landing short and made a bogey to miss the playoff by a shot.