MATT LEINART FANTASTIC FINISH AWARD: (Tie) Padraig Harrington, for his 66-foot eagle putt on the final hole of the Barclays Classic that enabled him to win by a shot; and Lucas Glover, whose 35-foot bunker shot on the 72nd hole gave him a one-stroke victory at the Funai Classic.
BRAD LIDGE MOST SHOCKING SUNDAY MELTDOWN AWARD: Retief Goosen. The supposedly automatic Goose led the U.S. Open by three going into the final round, then blew up to an 81.
ARIZONA CARDINALS LEAST SHOCKING SUNDAY MELTDOWN AWARD: Jason Gore. The then unknown Nationwide tour promotee, playing with Goosen in the final pairing at the Open, shot an 84.
JUDE LAW TWO-TIMER AWARD: Mickelson, for following up his first career major, the 2004 Masters, with a win at the PGA Championship.
CLINT EASTWOOD "MAKE MY DAY" AWARD: Vijay Singh, for reportedly challenging Mickelson to a fight in the Augusta National locker room in the wake of Spikegate.
DELAY-OF-GAME AWARD: Ben Crane, who when asked about his notoriously slow play said, "I'm working on it, but it's going to take some time."
MICHAEL JORDAN BEST LAST SHOT AWARD: Nicklaus. The 65-year-old sank an 18-foot putt to birdie the 36th (and his final) hole of the British Open. "I knew that hole would move wherever I hit it," he said.
DOUG FORD MEMORIAL AWARD: Billy Casper, 74, for the 105 he shot on Thursday at the Masters. The total, which included a 14 on the par-3 16th, would've been the highest score ever at the tournament, but Casper chose not to post his card.
ROD SERLING "IN THE TWILIGHT ZONE" AWARD: Esteban Toledo. On the first approach shot to the 18th green at Doral at this year's Ford Championship, Toledo holed a six-iron. In the '04 Ford, Craig Parry had holed the last shot to the 18th green--also a six-iron--to win a playoff with Scott Verplank.
WELCOME TO THE SHOW AWARD: Rich Steinmetz. The club pro from Perkiomenville, Pa., playing in the PGA Championship--his first Tour event--left his car in the Baltusrol parking lot overnight on the Sunday before the event. He returned the next day to learn that his ride had been towed and found a Buick parked in its place sporting a sign that read RESERVED FOR TIGER WOODS.