- Getty ImagesRoyal stunner
A remarkable comeback, coupled with a shocking collapse by Adam Scott, helped Ernie Els overcome a six-shot deficit to win the Open Championship for the second time in his career on Sunday.
- Getty Images'I don't know'
Adam Scott had one hand on the Claret Jug on the back nine, and said he "felt like I had everything under control." Four straight bogeys later, he was left trying to figure out what happened.
- Getty ImagesList of infamy
In a stunning turn of events, Adam Scott joined an infamous list of golf's greatest collapses that includes players ranging from Jean Van de Velde to Arnold Palmer, Jason Dufner to Phil Mickelson.
- Getty ImagesEubanks: Leave the long putter alone
Adam Scott and Ernie Els battled for the Claret Jug down to the final green thanks to long putters. That's fine with Steve Eubanks, who thinks critics need to accept their place in the game.
- Getty ImagesThe best-laid plans
Tiger Woods' game plan worked well enough the first two days to put him in contention. Yet even as he fell further behind on Sunday, Woods never varied from his conservative approach.