June 21st, 2007, 11:52 PM
On the back 9 at Augusta, I remember clearly a shot of Woods in which he had an expression on his face that I'd never seen before - it was a combination of bewilderment and despair (how could this be happening to me!?). That was the moment I knew he wouldn't win.
Originally Posted by Mr. Teeny
Zach Johnson was the one totally in control of his shotmaking and emotions. He gave absolutely no quarter in that final round.
I think Tiger's aura of invincibility has evaporated, both in his own mind and those of his opponents. He still has never come from behind on the final day to win a major, and I think the odds for it happening are getting longer all the time.
Once again, an opponent, Cabrera, got it done, although he gave up a lot more openings to the field than Johnson did in the Masters.
Tiger had his chances; he didn't take advantage of them...