Report Card\nGrade: A+\nWhat worked: Singh hit enough greens (27 in two rounds) and, like most, had a good first round (70).\n\n What didn't: The putter kept Singh from playing the weekend. Sixty-six putts in two rounds will do that.\n\n PGA prospects: His usual strong outing at the Buick Open should get him back on track for Medinah.\nWhat worked: He started out well, hitting 11 fairways and 12 greens in Thursday's three-under 69.\n\n What didn't: Lefty hit too many bunkers (nine), going 0-for-5 in sand saves on the weekend.\n\n PGA prospects: The defending champ should do well he's more major savvy since a T-57 in 1999.\nWhat worked: The South African started strong as rounds of 70-66 got him on the leader board.\n\n What didn't: He hit only 15 fairways on the weekend, offsetting a weekly average of 311 yards off the tee.\n\n 2006 recap: Goosen had a MC in '99, but his T-6 last year at Baltusrol is his best in the final major.\nWhat worked: Forget Mickelson's two-driver strategy, Tiger's no-driver plan worked to perfection.\n\n What didn't: Well, the one time he hit the driver all week (No. 16 Thursday), he hit the 17th fairway.\n\n PGA prospects: Pretty good. Woods won at Medinah in 1999 while leading the field in distance.\nWhat worked: After three rounds Furyk was tied for the lead in accuracy, T-3 in putts and T-4 in birdies.\n\n What didn't: Everything that worked early failed Sunday. He hit seven fairways and had five one-putt greens.\n\n PGA prospects With solid weeks at Winged Foot and Hoylake behind him, Medinah could be a charm.\nWhat worked: The Aussie had an unusually strong week on the greens (117 putts, T-12), making 20 birdies.\n\n What didn't: He was T-59 in accuracy and the only player in the top 30 whose scores increased every day.\n\n PGA prospects: Not yet a pro when Medinah last hosted, Scott has one top-20 in five PGA starts.\nWhat worked: The knee held up, and he didn't blink going head on with Woods Saturday, matching Tigerâ\u0080\u0099s 71.\n\n What didn't: He had only three one-putt greens Sunday, a result of poor approaches and missed chances.\n\n PGA prospects Els' last missed cut at a major came at Medinah. He didn't play the PGA a year ago.\nWhat worked: Said his ball striking improved as the week went on, normal for someone after a month off.\n\n What didn't: Spotty putting. He took just 115 all week, but missed several from mid-range Sunday.\n\n PGA prospects: : Fast becoming a fine major player, not finishing outside the top 16 since the â\u0080\u009905 U.S. Open.\nWhat worked: : Accuracy off the tee. Garcia hit 75 percent of his fairways, much better than his tour average.\n\n What didn't: The poor final round, a bust after bogeys on holes 2 and 3, is the reason for the low grade.\n\n 2006 recap: Garcia has good memories of Medinah (2nd, 1999). If he can stay accurate, watch out.\nWhat worked: Nothing. He was only in the top 100 through two rounds in distance (91st) and putts (T-99).\n\n What didn't: Everything. Perhaps the high expecations of all England were too much to overcome.\n\n PGA prospects: He should rebound; it was fine starts at the Masters and the U.S. Open that got him noticed.