Report Card\nGrade: A\nWhat worked: The putter, which failed him at Pinehurst. His 120 putts last week were a tournament low.\n\n What didn't: Well, he hit four bunkers. And he didn't secure the win until the back-nine Sunday.\n\n What about the PGA: Four times since '97 he's had his worst major finish at the year's final major.\nWhat worked: Through three rounds Mickelson played the front nine in seven under par.\n\n What didn't: He was nothing if not consistent on the greens, taking 33, 33, 33 and 32 putts per day.\n\n What about the PGA: Has a star-crossed PGA history, being in contention (six top-10s) as often as not.\nWhat worked: No stat shined, yet he was T-5, gutting out a similar finish to the year's other majors.\n\n What didn't: He took 124 putts, his lowest in a major in '05. But that's misleading. He didn't putt.\n\n What about the PGA: If he converts on the greens at Baltusrol, the two-time champ should threaten.\nWhat worked: He hit 47 greens the last three days, tied for best in the field during that span.\n\n What didn't: Bounced back from Pinehurst, but another poor final round (74) leaves work to be done.\n\n What about the PGA: He'll get another chance to rebound, but it's likely the year that could have been.\nWhat worked: He made 18 birdies despite hitting only 37 fairways and 52 greens in regulation.\n\n What didn't: Els took 37 putts Saturday when he fell out of contention for good.\n\n What about the PGA: Was T-7 in the '93 U.S. Open at Baltusrol, his first made cut in a U.S Open.\nWhat worked: Had his best Open finish ever--and fourth top-10--thanks to 69s in the middle rounds.\n\n What didn't: Garcia took 131 putts. Among players in the top 10 only Fred Couples took more.\n\n What about the PGA: He missed the cut three of the last four years, but expected better this time around.\nWhat worked: One of the week's longest hitters (eighth, 329 yards) and better putters (12th, 123).\n\n What didn't: Everything in between. He hit only 53 greens (T-58) and made just 14 birdies.\n\n What about the PGA: A T-30 finish sounds right. He's been consistently underachieving in majors in '05.\nWhat worked: Like most players Thursday he hit the ball a long way, averaging 329 yards per drive.\n\n What didn't: Three three-putts in a first-round 78, kept him from the weekend despite a 70 Friday.\n\n What about the PGA: Once an automatic top-10 major finisher, he has no top-10s since his U.S. Open win.\nWhat worked: His honor goes unchallenged, penalizing himself for a violation no one else saw.\n\n What didn't: The admirable DQ hid a flawed round. After the 74, he likely would have missed the cut.\n\n What about the PGA: Hasn't done well in NYC-area majors, with a MC, a T-45 and a T-20 in three tries.\nHarrington withdrew from the British Open after the death of his father, Patrick, three days before the tournament began.\n\n What about the PGA: It depends on his frame of mind, but if he decides to play, he'll likely do well.