Phil Mickelson (right) kept alive the streak of Masters winners coming from the
last group, a string that began in 1991.
Four finished top 11: Fred Couples, 46 (right); Vijay Singh, 43; Miguel Angel
Jim�nez, 42; and Jos� Mar�a Olaz�bal, 40.
Newly lengthened and forested, it yielded only one birdie on the weekend and
played to an average of 4.47 strokes, making it the toughest on the course.
The cable network--which, appropriately, was scheduled to show the movie
Intolerable Cruelty--picked up three-plus hours of unexpected morning
Chad Campbell (right) tied for third, and a fellow Lone Star man, 54-year-old
Ben Crenshaw, made the cut.
Tim Clark took second; Darren Clarke spent most of Sunday in the top 10 before
fading to 22nd.
True, Sergio Garc�a (10-over 298) said adios to his chances with a third-round
79, but Olaz�bal and Jim�nez (left) did their homeland proud.
With the added length at Augusta, many players--including Woods and Ernie
Els--put these long, high-trajectory clubs in their bags.
At least three players besides Mickelson had a share of the lead in the final
round, but none of them could close the deal down the stretch.
Ah, youth? Only one guy under 30 finished among the top 25: 28-year-old Geoff
Ogilvy of Australia shot a one-over 289 to take 16th place.