After a few close calls on Sundays at majors, Woods finally met his match in a late-blooming South Korean. Tied for the lead on Hazeltine's short par-4 14th, Yang chipped in for eagle. Woods answered with a birdie, but couldn't catch his playing partner over the final four holes. On No. 18, Yang wrapped up his stunning victory by drawing a hybrid from 210 yards around a tree and through the wind to about eight feet. As Yang made birdie (left), a deflated Woods bogeyed the finishing hole to lose by three shots, snapping his perfect 14-of-14 record when leading a major after 54 holes. Nearly five years later, Woods is still looking for major No. 15.