He started 52nd in
the standings, and with finishes of 21st, tie ninth, tie seventh and tie ninth
he climbed to 24th overall.
He won the big
annuity but looked petty complaining about fatigue and the wait to claim his
$10�million, and by blowing off the first event in the history of the
playoffs. He also lost to Phil Mickelson straight up in Week 2.
A late-summer heat
wave all but killed the bentgrass greens.
The Tour's cable
home took a well-deserved beating for airing Friday's round of the Tour
Championship on tape delay even though there was live action taking place.
much-hyped $10�million in an annuity might be good for the Tour's
relationship with Charles Schwab, but the players hate it.