The Players That Missed Its Mark
David Toms, left, and K.J. Choi
embrace after the late drama.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLORIDA | All
right, so it wasn’t the back nine Sunday at
In his three previous events leading
up to Sawgrass, Choi quietly posted three
top-eight finishes. He should have been
a pre-tournament favorite. He will not be
overlooked again anytime soon.
“It was important to stay patient
and not give up,” Choi said late Sunday
through an interpreter. When David Toms
made his putt on 18, it was as loud as
something you’d hear at The Masters.
Through no fault of Choi’s, that’s where
the similarities ended. l