1968 Masters: Roberto De Vicenzo's historic gaffe
Brandt Snedeker's gaffe in last year's FedEx Cup playoffs made him mentally stronger. That will serve him well as he shares the 36-hole lead at the Deutsche Bank, writes ESPN.com's Jason Sobel.
It's been 40 years since Roberto De Vicenzo signed an incorrect scorecard at the Masters, losing his chance to compete in a playoff the next day. But it's still just as unbelievable as the day it happened.
With the British Open back at Carnoustie this week, Jean Van de Velde's gaffe will get plenty of ink. But it's not the biggest blunder of all-time, reports the Weekly 18.
Stephen Ames and Greg Owen have each suffered recent gaffes, with unflinching consequences, writes Jason Sobel.