During this year's P.G.A. championship, the underdog triumphed. The New York Times reports that Y.E. Yang, ranked 110th in the world, took on Tiger Woods, No. 1, and won the title. Yang shot a two-under-par 70 during the final round at the Hazeltine National and became the first Korean man to win one of golf's four major championships and the first golfer to overtake Woods in a major championship in which Woods had the lead going into the final round. During the round, Woods missed eight putts inside 10 feet. Yang spoke modestly of his accomplishment. "You never know in life, this might be my last win as a golfer."