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Ernie Els had the whole of Sunday evening to reflect on his double bogey - bogey finish, thanks to the deluge which halted play until noon Monday. He admitted to that after winning his second tournament in a row. He realized that despite those mistakes, he still had a two shot lead with four holes to play. Not a bad place to be all things considered. Two par saving putts and a bogey by Kevin Na on the 18th hole later Mr. Els collected another trophy. I kept thinking of Happy Gilmore as I watched Mr. Els putter work the same magic it did two weeks ago at the Honda Classic, the part where Happy learns to putt. The talking heads all commented about his putting stance being more bent over at the waist, more like it used to be long before he turned 40 years old. Accepting that they know more than I, not always an easy thing to do, they'll get no argument from me. It's obvious something is different because all those putts Mr. Els missed the last few years have started going into the hole. Big difference in confidence, directly corresponding to the amount of fun one can have on the course. Mr. Els had more fun Monday than Mr. Na, who left his par putt on the 18th hole short by about a rotation of the ball

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I watched the clocks move ahead an hour at 2 AM Sunday morning. Suddenly, in the blink of an eye, it was 3 AM. No one told Ernie Els apparently, as he turned back the clock at least six years Sunday afternoon. That's how long it has been since Mr. Els stood in front of the cameras holding a very large trophy. A final round 66 completed a journey that feels like it's gone on forever. Perhaps it's something about turning 40? Who knows. I watched the final pairing on Sunday mostly to see Charl Schwartzel, the 25 year old South African who has won twice this year on the European tour. I learned that Mr. Schwartzel has some very serious game, and that somehow Mr. Els turned back time. I think it was the 25 ft par save on the 14th hole that restored Mr. El's shaky confidence, not restored so much as firmed it up, while slapping the youngster upside the head and awaking him to the reality that he was trying to win for the first time in the USA and beat a legend in the process. Just a tad too much reality. From that point on Mr. Schwartzel began having issues and wound up with a final round 70, four shots behind and alone in second place, for his second top 10 finish in a World event this year.

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