Luke Donald thought he had the PGA Tour's top-player award wrapped following an incredible Sunday charge at Disney that saw him come from behind to capture the tournament title and season-long money list in one of the best final round performances of the year.
Based on the season Donald just had, you couldn't blame the guy if he voted for himself when the PGA Tour handed out Player of the Year ballots. With two wins and 14 top 10 finishes in 19 events, it's hard to argue anybody's had a better year than the current No. 1-ranked player in the world.
Even Donald figured he was a near-lock for the award. After all, he won the final event of the year ... or so he thought. In a shocking move that left Donald shaking his head, the tour decided to postpone sending out POY ballots this week, deciding instead to wait a month and, wait for it, allow the HSBC Champions event in China to count towards the tour's top honor.
As CBSSports.com golf columnist Steve Elling pointe...