Kevin Na returned to the site of his infamous 16 at TPC San Antonio yesterday and tried to put some demons to rest. His first trip back to the ninth hole, where one year ago he had a run in with the trees that would leave him with the fifth-worst score ever recorded in a PGA Tour round, was drama free on this day. On the scorecard at least. Na carded a pedestrian par, but took time out to memorialize the site of his meltdown by hanging the shirt he wore that notorious day in the trees. Unfortunately, things did not end well on this day either; Na finished his first round of the Valero Texas Open with a seven-over 79 -- only one better than his score from last year -- and proceeded to withdraw.
And in a twist of irony, Matt Every shot a course record 63 sending him into 4/20 as the tournament leader. I'll leave the jokes to you.
-- Derek Evers