I had an interesting end to a tournament in San Antonio. Tommy Bolt started the day 8 or 9 shots back and shot a 63 to finish at -11. Webb Simpson hovered around that for most of the day, but birdied 16 and 17 to get to -13. Then, on the last hole, a dogleg left with water on the left side, he pulled a Jean Van De Velde. He hooked his tee shot into the water. Then he took a drop on the other side of the water, not on the fairway side. He proceeded to hit into the cluster of trees on that side. Then he hit his next shot across the fairway. His approach shot, his 5th, left himself 20 feet, a putt he had to make in order to play in a playoff. But he missed it, took triple bogey, which allowed Bolt to win!