"I don't have anybody to blame but myself," Lee said.
"Yes, you do," Weiskopf said, feeling guilty. "You can blame me."
"Ah, hell, Tom, you get blamed for too many things as it is," Trevino replied.
After that, it was Nelson's week. As he stood out there Sunday afternoon in the 18th fairway facing a three-iron shot over the water and all those Georgians, he knew there was only one way he could lose—by hitting a couple of balls into the lake.
"If I'd had a one-shot lead, that's probably what I'd have done," he said. "I'm a choker. But the big lead allowed me to tell myself I was man enough to hit that three-iron over the water."
Larry was man enough to do far more than that, even though he kept most of it to himself.