The final few holes of the Open yesterday was some pretty high drama. Would Tiger or Furyk be able to force a playoff or not? As it turned out, not. Each fell victim to the diabolical design that is Oakmont. Got to give a ton of credit to the winner, Angel Cabrera. He didn't back into the title like last year's winner did. The big man came up large when it counted, blasting an immense drive down the middle of 18, then calmly putting out to post a number that the world numbers 1 and 3 couldn't match. And how about that golf course? It's hard to imagine the best in the world were totally defeated by a course that featured three or four drivable par 4's. I enjoyed seeing the big guns of the Tour facing the same frustrations we hackers face. Miss a fairway and make a sure bogey, miss a green and take at least a bogey, hit the green and worry about three putting.