It's "Glory's last shot"
That phrase might have seem contrived when used by Jim Nantz during broadcasts, but it really is true. Other than the Ryder or Presidents Cup, many fans turn away from golf after this tournament ends, which makes it even more important for players. Take Tiger Woods. In 2007, after two runner-ups in majors, he won at Southern Hills (left) to "salvage" his season. In 2009, he may have won six regular tour events as well, but not getting it done in the year's final major at Hazeltine made it a disappointing year.Getty Images