Heading into the final round of the Masters, Phil Mickelson was the favorite to win his fourth green jacket, but his hopes were dashed on the par-3 fourth hole. Mickelson was focused on keeping his tee shot left of the pin, which brought the grandstands into play. If he found the stands, the rules would work in his favor, giving him a free drop near the green. Sure enough, he knocked his shot into the crowd, but instead of staying put, his ball caromed off a railing and into the woods behind a bush. After some ugly, right-handed swipes at the ball, Mickelson finished with a triple bogey and his lead was gone.