Sean O'Hair rinses one trying to win and is championed as a guy just not willing to play for second place......Sergio does the same thing and they call him a Choker....clearly shows how the media's perception of a player guides the "slant" of the story......ridiculous.......I applaud Sergio for showing some balls and I don't give a flying FU*K what he did or didn't do after that shot......he played fantastically this week and came up short.......END OF STORY
As for Tiger and the drop.........I'll side with Wittenberg, who unlike anyone else with an opinion, was in the best position to see what happened
The difference between Sergio and Sean is context. Sergio has a history of not coming through in the big moments. Even his big Players win came on a great shot on 17 - after Goydos dunked his shot, taking all the pressure off of Sergio.
I think it is more likely he will go into one of his funks.
Much as I absolutely hate to defend Chamblee, he is right on this point this year. Sergio is 3rd on tour in strokes gained putting and it is way better than his ball striking, scrambling, or sand saves.