For 68 holes at Royal Lytham & St. Annes during the 141st Open Championship, Adam Scott appeared unflappable. Then, in an instant, his four-shot lead was gone. Bogeys on 15 and 16. An approach over the green and into the deep rough on the 17th hole. Then, after falling into a tie with Ernie Els, the cruelest blow of all: a drive into a fairway bunker on 18 that forced him to lay up well short of the green. He managed to knock his third shot close, but when he missed a par putt to force a playoff, Scott had completed one of the worst collapses in major championship history. The affable Australian has always counted countryman Greg Norman as one of his idols. It's fair to say the two will have plenty to talk about now.