Disappointment was a common theme Sunday
Disappointment oakley sunglasses outlet was a common theme Sunday. Tiger Woods, five shots off the lead when the day began, could surely smell an opportunity when Scott started the day with a bogey, a birdie and then another bogey. But he made a triple bogey on the par-4 sixth hole after requiring two shots to get out of a deep greenside bunker that forced him to his knees for the second shot. It was Woods’s first triple bogey in a major championship since the 2003 British Open, and he never recovered. He finished in a tie for third with his fellow American Brandt Snedeker with a 277. Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland, who played in the final pairing with Scott, also made frequent visits to the sand and other undesirable locations. Three shots behind Scott after eight holes, he faded badly and ended up with a 75 and a share of fifth place at two under with Luke Donald, the Englishman who is ranked No. 1 in oakley fuel cell sunglasses the world. It is an apt reflection of golf’s current instability at the top that Donald still has not won a major championship. Els’s victory maintained a remarkable streak: he is the 16th different man in a row to win a major. And what will also stir debate is that he is the third man in the last four major championships to win with a longer-shafted putter. Els switched to a belly putter last season despite years of criticizing their use as contrary to the spirit of the game. “As long as it’s legal, I’ll keep oakley gascan sunglasses cheating like the rest of them,” he said last year.