At one point, Stacey Lewis was at -16 under and her closest competitor was at seven under.
On the front nine of the final round, even.
Well Lewis faulted, especially on the par-3 11th hole, that she double bogeyed to slip to 12 under.
Lewis hit the drive into the tall fescue grass located behind the green, sculled the approached to the other side of the green, chipped back on and two putted.
As it turned out, once Lewis hit hole 16, she could par out, which she did.
Katherine Hull, who birdied the last hole, finished at -8, to make a four-shot differential.
The final day, Sunday, belonged to Lewis, who shot even par on the day.
“I can dream, can’t I,” said Hull to someone in the crowd that she knew, watching Lewis put out on the previous hole.
The great thing about being a spectator at the Classic, is that you can get close to the action, and meet or get autographs from players.
Everyone wanted a piece of her.
On the 7th hole, a par 3, the Golf Channel stop...