Final Round at the 2010 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational

1 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
completed one of the worst performances of his professional career with a Sunday 77 to finish at 18 over par for the event.
2 of 12 Fred Vuich/SI
continues to play well following his British Open victory at St. Andrews last month, and he will try to prove all his critics wrong by adding a second major championship win to his resume this week at Whistling Straits.
3 of 12 Fred Vuich/SI
shot a five-under 65 on Sunday to finish T9.
4 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
Ryan Palmer shot a Sunday 69 to finish alone in second place.
5 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
His win will give him confidence as he attempts to win his first career major at the PGA Championship this week.
6 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
Mahan picked up his second Tour victory of the season, and clinched a spot in the Ryder Cup this October.
7 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
began the day three shots behind overnight leaders Sean O'Hair and Ryan Palmer, but an early birdie binge lifted him into the lead.
8 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
Mickelson has had many opportunities this season to overtake the top ranking and will have his best shot yet this week at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits.
9 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
won't claim Tiger's No. 1 ranking this week. He needed to finish in the top four to rise to the top spot, but struggled to an opening-nine 41 to take himself well out of contention.
10 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
Despite his year-long struggles and disappointing finish this week, Woods still has a tenuous hold on the No. 1 ranking.
11 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
Woods's final score of 298 was 39 shots higher than the record score he shot 10 years ago at Firestone. He tied for 78th, the highest finish of his PGA Tour career.
12 of 12 Carlos M. Saavedra/SI
followed up his second-place finish at the Greenbrier last week with a T6 at the Bridgestone Invitational.