Match the player with the Sunday blunder that ruined his chances of winning the Open.
1. Jack Hobens, 1907
2. Harry Cooper, 1927
3. Sam Snead, 1939
4. Dick Mayer, 1954
5. Arnold Palmer, 1966
6. T.C. Chen, 1985
7. Phil Mickelson, 1995
8. Davis Love III, 1996
9. Tom Lehman, 1997
10. Jeff Maggert, 1997
THE TRAIN WRECKS
a. A shot off the lead at 17, yanks approach into water and makes double.
b. Up by seven with nine holes to go, shoots 39, then loses in a playoff.
c. Needing to play last two holes at par to win, bogeys 17 and triples 18.
d. Final-round 85 worst in Open history by a leader through three rounds.
e. One back with six holes to play, finishes bogey, par, par, bogey, double, bogey.
f. Tied for lead after 71 holes, three-jacks from 20 feet on 18 to lose by a stroke.