6. Killjoy U.S. Open winners. (Should've been Ben Hogan at Olympic in 1955; Tom Watson at Olympic in 1987; Mickelson at Winged Foot in 2006.)
7. Club flingers.
8. Missed tiny putts to blow a major.
9. Won majors with chip-ins.
10. Masters chokers.
11. Played great fat.
12. Played great skinny.
13. Won majors while short.
14. Won majors while tall.
15. Reeled in Tiger from behind on Sunday.
16. Great players, awful swings.
17. Drowned a major in a water hazard. (Hogan: 71st hole at 1960 U.S. Open at Cherry Hills; Van de Velde: 72nd hole at 1999 British Open at Carnoustie; Lehman: 71st hole at 1997 U.S. Open at Congressional.)
18. Buried a major in a bunker. (Nakajima: 53rd hole at 1978 British Open at St. Andrews; Bjorn: 70th hole at 2003 British Open at St. George's; Johnson: 72nd hole at 2010 PGA at Whistling Straits.)
19. Smoked while playing.
20. Lost tournaments thanks to TV snitches. (Stadler used a towel to build a stance at the 1987 Andy Williams Open in San Diego; Villegas moved loose impediments while the ball was rolling at the 2011 Hyundai in Kapalua; Azinger kicked loose impediments out of his way in a water hazard at the 1991 Doral Open.)
21. Accused of cheating.
22. Hot as teens, lukewarm as adults.
23. Fabulous flakes. (Parnevik ate volcanic ash; O'Grady once tried to qualify for a two-man event by playing both right- and left-handed; Casper ate rabbit, hippo and moose and couldn't sit on foam rubber couches.)
24. Famously fast.
25. Famously slow.
26. Better talking about it than playing it.
27. Famous grouches.
28. Major winners who wore glasses.
29. Best players never to win a major. (Westwood has won 39 worldwide events, Cooper 36, Montgomerie 40.)
30. All have had Joe LaCava as their caddie.
11-time National Sportswriter of the Year
Author of "Tiger Meet My Sister ... And Other Things I Probably Shouldn't Have Said."
2014 Inductee: National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Hall of Fame