Doug Ferguson on Greg Chalmers holding off a charging Tiger Woods to win the Australian Open, which Ferguson appropriately called Tiger's "best chance of winning all year."
"Two holes on the back nine today, and I putted awful yesterday, or I would have been right there," Woods said.
Two tee shots led to bogeys on the back nine, though he also made birdie on the second-toughest hole at The Lakes on No. 12, then chipped in from just off the green for eagle on the 14th. Woods missed a 12-foot eagle putt on the 17th for a share of the lead.
Behind him, Chalmers made his final birdie with a brilliant tee shot on the par-3 15th hole to tap-in range, then played mistake-free down the stretch and picked up a meaningful par on the par-3 18th with an up-and-down from the bunker.