I’m always glad when Leo Durocher’s famous adage of “nice guys finish last” is proven wrong………but this time maybe a little more so.  Ernie Els has been struggling with trying to find his majestic golf game in recent years, and he’s also been struggling to cope with his 10-year old son Ben’s autism.  He has been consumed by it, and golf just wasn’t that important anymore for the 42-year old South African golf Hall of Famer, known as the “Big Easy”.  Six strokes behind to start today’s final round of the British Open, Els shot a 68 for a one-stroke victory while 54-hole leader Adam Scott shockingly limped home with four straight bogeys and a 75 to finish second.  Ernie Els, one of the most admired and well-liked players on the Tour, found his game just in time to hoist the Claret Jug and put a momentary smile back on…

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