Jason Bohn is the leader of rips and shanks

The Zurich Classic might not be the most talked about golf tournament of the year, but that doesn't mean it didn't have some drama. Sunday showed us that even when you're playing well, you better go low to maintain the lead, and that's exactly what our champion did. Dive in to rips and shanks with us, please?


Jason Bohn: Talk about a guy that has lived the other life of professional golf, Bohn needed a final-round 67 to hold off his nearest competitors. Now, he has his second PGA Tour win and his fifth professional victory, and the comfort of two more years of job security.

Lee Janzen: Before this week, the former U.S. Open champion had only made three of nine cuts, but a fourth place finish in New Orleans showed the man still has some game.

Jarrod Lyle: A PGA Tour player in 2009, Lyle didn't make enough money to keep his card and was demoted to the Nationwide. With his third start with the big boys in 2010, Lyle finished top-10, his second in three tries this year on the PGA.

Chad Collins: There is nothing like taking advantage of a playable Sunday, posting a low score and watching as you skip a ton of other players. Collins posted a 6-under 66 on Sunday, moved past 40 players and landed himself in the top 20. It could have been even lower if not for a bogey on the par-4 15th.


Sergio Garcia: He just turned 30 in January, so it's nice to see the man is growing up. He threw his club in the woods after a bad shot on Thursday. He struggled all week to get anything going, finishing tied for 70th after a final-round 76. He still can't make a putt, finishing 64th in that category in New Orleans.

Mike Weir: He hasn't done anything exceptionally bad this season, but he hasn't been up to what we are used to with the former Masters champion. Weir missed the cut at the Zurich, and has only one top-10 finish all season, and that was back in January.

Brad Faxon: Sure, Faxon made the cut, be he finished dead last of all the people playing the weekend. He has now seen Sunday twice in 10 events, and has accumulated about the same amount of cash as you have this year.

Chris DiMarco: Remember when he nearly beat Tiger Woods at the Masters? Yeah, that seems like ages ago. DiMarco missed the cut in New Orleans, and hasn't finished in the top 10 at an event since October of 2008. Maybe it's time to move away from the claw?

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