1 / 10
Mahan won twice early in 2012 and was No. 1 on the U.S. Ryder Cup points list entering the Masters. He had only one top-10 leading to the team's finalizing and failed to make the squad. (Getty)
2 / 10
Winless on Tour since 2004, Daly shot 63 in Round 2 of the Justin Timberlake event in Las Vegas to move to T-6 entering the weekend. He then shot 86 in Round 3 and finished dead last. (AP)
3 / 10
Tseng won three of her first five starts in 2012 to continue her LPGA dominance but beginning in June, went 11 events without a top 10, missing three cuts. (Getty)
4 / 10
Levin tied a PGA Tour record for largest 54-hole lead lost, blowing a six-shot advantage Sunday in Phoenix. Kyle Stanley won the event after collapsing the week prior. (Getty)
5 / 10
Furyk held a share of the lead in the U.S. Open going to the par-5 16th Sunday at The Olympic Club but snap-hooked his tee shot and made bogey. One back on the 18th, he again made bogey and failed to win his second career major. (Getty)
6 / 10
Leading by one on the 72nd hole at Firestone, Furyk needed par to win and bogey to force a playoff with Keegan Bradley. Instead, he butchered the final hole for a double bogey to add to his U.S. Open heartbreak. (Getty)
7 / 10
Stanley led by three while playing his third shot to the par-5 18th at Torrey Pines. He <a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLYRWTM3ouU' target='_blank'>hit that in the water</a>, made triple and lost to Brandt Snedeker in a playoff. (Getty)
8 / 10
Kim missed an 18-inch putt to win the first major of the season, the Kraft Nabisco Championship, and then lost on the first playoff hole to Sun Young Yoo. (Getty)
9 / 10
Seeking his first major, Scott led by four with four to play at Royal Lytham & St. Annes. He then bogeyed each of his final four holes to lose, by one, to Ernie Els. (Getty)
10 / 10
On home soil, the U.S. was up 10-4 midway through Saturday's afternoon session, and 10-6 entering singles. They won only 3 1/2 of the 12 points Sunday to lose the cup. (Getty)
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