Report Card\nGrade: DNP\nStill rehabilitating his surgically repaired left knee, Woods admitted to having little interest in golf and said he probably wouldn't watch the PGA Championship. \n\n 2008 recap: Winning the U.S. Open on a broken leg keeps him in the mix for the player-of-the-year award.\n What worked: Despite finding few fairways, Els was in the top half of the field in greens hit and total putts.\n\n What didn't: His tee ball. Els didn't hit three consecutive fairways until the end of his round Sunday.\n\n 2008 recap: Was in semi-contention at Torrey but didn't really put two solid rounds together all year.\n What worked:Opened and closed with even-par 70s and had fewer putts (115) than at any other '08 major.\n\n What didn't: Hit four fairways Sunday, his lowest total of the week and was three over on his last 14 holes.\n\n 2008 recap: Below par just twice in his last 14 major rounds and was really in contention only at Augusta.\n What worked: Brilliant on the greens (only 108 putts) and on the beach (six sand saves in his last 34 holes).\n\n What didn't: It hardly mattered, but he hit fewer fairways as the week went on, finishing with seven in round four.\n\n 2008 recap: The first player not named Tiger to win two majors in one year since Mark O'Meara in 1998.\n What worked: For the most part, his youthful exuberance returned, and he was just out of the top 10 in GIR.\n\n What didn't: Just as at Carnoustie his entire game faltered down the stretch with a major on the line.\n\n 2008 recap: Though he lost again to Harrington, Oakland Hills salvaged a below-average year in majors.\n What worked: The winner at Firestone wasn't a factor at Oakland Hills but did average 308.8 yards off the tee.\n\n What didn't: His putting abandoned him, especially on No. 9 where he needed eight putts over two days.\n\n 2008 recap: Not out of the top 20 at Augusta, he was never that close again after round two at Torrey Pines.\n What worked: There were few positives for Scott. The best you can say is he rebounded to shoot 73 Friday.\n\n What didn't: Hit just three fairways Thursday, at one point missing nine in a row. Also had four three-putts.\n\n 2008 recap: It's hard to believe the hand injury hasn't hurt him. Has gone eight majors without a top-10.\n What worked: Hit eight fairways and 11 greens in a final-round 70, his best figures of the week.\n\n What didn't: Missed nine straight greens in the third round en route to a four-over 74.\n\n 2008 recap: Hasn't missed a cut at a U.S. major since '03, but had just three rounds at par or better in '08.\n What worked: He didn't have a three-putt, something no other player on this list can claim.\n\n What didn't: Hit only 10 fairways and made just three of nine sand saves in two rounds.\n\n 2008 recap: Finished T-3 at Augusta while on a hot streak but is slumping as the Ryder Cup nears.\n What worked: Hit 16 fairways and 26 greens in rounds one and four, resulting in scores of 71 and 69.\n\n What didn't: Hit 10 fairways and 19 greens in the middle two rounds when he shot 75-77.\n\n 2008 recap: Similar to '07. Had a MC at Augusta and a top-10 at the British for a second year in a row.