For the second straight major he started Sunday's round with a chance to win then went backward, this time shooting a 74 and never threatening the leaders.
Playing with Monty on Thursday, Toms's ball moved after he had addressed it. It should've been a one-stroke penalty, but he didn't fess up until the next day, then DQ'd himself.
The best way to lose pounds these days? Bet on the Big Easy in the majors. In three majors so far this year he has failed to finish better than 15th and has only two out of 12 rounds under par.
There were more than 20 of the boys from Down Under in the field, but only Geoff Ogilvy--thanks to a final-round 67--finished better than 15th.
He played well enough tee to green to have given Woods a run but couldn't make a putt. It got so bad that he switched back and forth from cross-handed to standard grip in an effort to make anything.
Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garc�a
Other than a second-round 67, Phil was miserable, finishing 60th, while Sergio generally played well but faded on Sunday with a disappointing 73.
The Old Course
The wind and weather were never really a factor, which meant guys were driving par-4s as if they were at a pitch-and-putt and scoring like Wilt Chamberlain in Hershey, Pa.