He was playing with a partner less than half his age.
"He outdrove me by many, many yards," said a smiling Bernhard Langer, 58.
"He just kept going along," said an awestruck Jason Day, 28.
He was playing in front of four children who screamed in increasing disbelief.
"My father has won here before, but never while I was alive," said 16-year-old Jason Langer.
He was playing in front of fans who mostly ignored him in the manner that old folks in sports are often ignored, all the cheers for the muscular and top-ranked Day, few for the small guy with the graying hair stuffed under a visor, But then when Langer approached the 18th...