ORALANDO, Fla. — This is the kind of thing that only happens in the last tournament of the year. Lefthander Steve Flesch finished his round on the Palm Course at the Children's Miracle Network Classic here Friday morning with a 73, leaving him at one over par and almost certain to miss the cut.Flesch came out of the scoring room, walked over to his bag, grabbed all of his irons and took them back into the room. When he came out again, his hands were empty. Yes, he had just given away his complete set of irons to a friend whose son was a lefthanded golfer. "With the new rules on grooves next year, I'm never going to be able to use them again anyway, so I might as well give them to someone who can," said Flesch, who lives near Cincinnati in Union, Ky. What if scores in the afternoon round balloon in the wind and one over makes the cut? Flesch chuckled and said, "I'm pretty sure that can't happen."