2006 Winged Foot Golf Club
Lost in Mickelson’s melodrama was Monty’s meltdown. The quick-witted Scot, widely considered the best golfer never to win a major championship, came tantalizingly close at Winged Foot. He nailed a 45-foot birdie putt on 17 to tie for the lead, and hit down the middle-drive on the final hole. But he over thought his approach shot — changing clubs at the last second — and left it short. His chip out of the rough sailed to the back of the green, and he missed his long par putt. Monty finished tied with Mickelson and Jim Furyk for second.
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