It was the final leg of the Texas swing, and the Colonial gave us a familiar winner and low scores. Who joined him in rips, and who tanked in shanks? Read on.
Zach Johnson: His birth certificate might say Iowa, but Johnson might as well be from Texas with how he plays in the Lone Star State. Three of his seven PGA Tour titles have come out of Texas, including Sunday's salty win at Colonial, where Johnson closed with consecutive 64s. It was quite a different story from a week ago, where Johnson missed the cut in San Antonio after an opening 80.
Brian Davis: It was the second runner-up finish in just over a month for the 35-year-old Englishman — signs that he may be able to win on the PGA Tour. Davis has two victories on the European Tour, but none since 2004, so the great week at Colonial was another step in the right direction.
Geoff Ogilvy: A Sunday 64 jumped him 25 spots, and led to his best finish since a season-opening win in Hawaii. Ogilvy has struggled at times with his game, but Sunday was something we've expected to see for months.
Bryce Molder: He was in a great position on Sunday to pick up his first PGA Tour win, but a final-round 70 when everyone else was going low knocked him back a few steps and showed that he still isn't ready to land in the winner's circle.
John Daly: You can't fault the man for making the cut, or closing with a 67, but he once again tossed in a round that screwed up his chances at a high finish. His Saturday 75 was the fourth time this season that Daly put up a really bad score when he didn't need one, and showed us that we still can't expect much from Big John.