Remember when we said K.J. Choi was cruising through No. 16 at 14-under? Well, apparently we turned off too quickly. Because No. 18 became Choi's downfall.
Choi, who hadn't had a bogey the first three days of this tournament, finished with an eight on No. 18. Choi's first shot went far left and he punched out from there. But his third shot went into the water, and he had to take a drop. His fifth shot came in too hot, and rolled to behind the green. His sixth went too far over again, this time to in front of the green. On his seventh shot he chipped up before landing an 8-foot putt.
The guy had been blemish-free to that point, but that one hurt.