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Bill Haas played the Shot of the Year by getting up and down from a water hazard en route to winning the season-ending Tour Championship, then asked the Question of the Year—"Who won the FedEx Cup?"—before accepting the trophy and the $10 million bonus. You did, Bill.
Tiger's back! We all thought so after Woods made an electrifying eagle at the 8th hole on Masters Sunday to tie for the lead. No he's not! Woods shockingly missed two short putts on the final nine and tied for fourth.
Who would have predicted that soft-spoken South African Charl Schwartzel would be the one to birdie the final four holes—something no winner had ever done—to take the green jacket at a wildly entertaining Masters?
Rory McIlroy (above) rebounded brilliantly from a Masters meltdown—his Sunday 80 included a cabin-clanging tee shot—to win the U.S. Open in a runaway at Congressional. A new era begins? Maybe. A star is born? Definitely.
Five years removed from the death of his wife, Heather, from breast cancer and an emotional appearance in the first Ryder Cup in Ireland, teary 43-year-old Darren Clarke surprised the world by winning his first major, the British Open.