Tiger Woods lost the PGA Championship Sunday to Korean golfer Y.E. Yang, someone so obscure that when I first read the news on my cellphone my mind read it as "P.F. Chang."
How improbable was Yang's win? Woods had been 14-0 in majors after leading after three rounds. He had won his last 36 tournaments after leading after three rounds. Yang's previous high ranking in a major had been 30th and he had one PGA tour win (to Woods' 70). Woods blamed his putting for his improbable final-round 75 that sunk his chances.
So, golf fans, does this rank as the greatest upset in history, given the circumstances? Had Woods lost to Mickelson or Harrington, it would have seemed more understandable.