Once I realized my man Phil Mickelson was out of the hunt, I was really pulling for the young man from Northern Ireland, Rory McIIroy. Even though he was having a tough day, he was still in the lead going into the second 9. That is when he crumbled! It was painful to watch him hit bad shot after bad shot. With his fall from the top of the leader board, the race was one. There were some great scores on the back and the Green Jacket was in the grasp of four or five guys. After Tiger posted a 10 under, I thought he was going to have the score to beat, but Adam Scott, Jason Day and Schwartzel blew past his score on the final few holes. Scott and Day played great rounds and didn’t make any real mistakes, but the South African just played the back perfectly and shot a 32 on the second 9. That is how you handle pressure in a major championship.
Nice job Charlie!