Ernie Els' victory in the Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes saw the return to the golfing stratosphere of one of the game's good guys, albeit at the expense of Adam Scott's quadruple bogey finish.
The Aussie, who led the leaderboard after the first and third rounds of the year's third major, had a six-shot lead over Els before he teed off at the first on Sunday.
He had bogeyed just seven times over the four days before he arrived at the 15th on Sunday, and then preceded to score one over for the remaining four holes.
Scott's collapse is just one of many memorable meltdowns in golf though...
GREG NORMAN, 1996 US MASTERS
Another Australian, Norman would never win a golfing major, but as he came into the final round with a six shot lead over Nick Faldo, the wait seemed to be over soon. But yet again he faltered on the final stretch, and Faldo won by five shots.
JEAN VAN DE VELDE, 1999 OPEN (CARNOUSTIE)
Until Graeme McDowell's 2010 US Open win at Pebble Beach, Paul Lawrie was the last Briton to win one of the four majors. But the Scot's victory came during one of the most vivid meltdowns in sporting, let alone golfing, history from Frenchman Van de Velde.
THOMAS BJORN, 2003 OPEN (ROYAL ST GEORGES)
If the stakes hadn't have been so great, Bjorn would have lit up a cigar as he toiled in the bunker of the 16th hole. Ben Curtis, whose caddie was a taxi driver from Maidstone, hoisted the Claret Jug instead.
RORY McILROY, 2011 US MASTERS
It is testament to the Northern Irishman he won the US Open - the next immediate major after the Masters - following his Augusta experience. Leading on -12 coming into the final round, the disintegration of his game saw him slide out of the top 10.