It seems that 2010 has been the year of great finishes on the PGA Tour. Sure, every season gives us some fantastic final rounds, but we aren't even halfway through with this season and have had a handful of guys pulling out their best golf on Saturdays and Sundays.
Let us dive in and see who exactly has come from behind to take down a PGA Tour title with some great golf late in the week.
Bill Haas, Bob Hope Classic: While it wasn't the craziest of finishes this season, it was a final-round 64 for Haas, who was forced to birdie the par-5 18th to take home his first PGA Tour victory. Haas closed the five-round tournament with three consecutive 66s and a Sunday 64.
Hunter Mahan, Waste Management Open: Talk about coming back from dead. Mahan wasn't even a factor after Friday, but strung together consecutive 65s at TPC Scottsdale to beat a solid field by a shot. Mahan didn't make a bogey in his final 36 holes.
Rory McIlroy, Quail Hollow Championship: Probably the most impressive of them all, because the final round is the round of the year so far on the PGA Tour. McIlroy was paired with Phil Mickelson, but blitzed Quail Hollow to the tune of a 10-under 62 to beat the peasants by four shots. This was a day after a Saturday 66 put him in position to make a run on Sunday.
Zach Johnson, Colonial: He didn't need a lot on the weekend, just two consecutive 64s to beat the rest of the field and add another jacket to his collection. Johnson made just one bogey the entire weekend to come from behind and beat a thirsty field of stars taking it low at Colonial.
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