Face it, the PGA Tour has not started out the way we expected. It's Monday and we haven't had a legit round of golf completed (although they are slapping away at the ball right now at the Hyundai), so we decided to look back at the best ever tournament of champions.
It came in 2000, when Tiger Woods was just starting to find a groove that would push him from two-time major champion to arguably the best golfer in the history of the game, but Ernie Els was there not totally ready to let Woods start running away with titles.
Both guys made eagle on the par-5 18th, followed it up with a birdie, and then Woods buried a bomb to beat Els in a playoff. You can read about it or watch the highlights, and I suggest you do both.