Lee Janzen looked at where his ball sat under the lip of a trap at the 18th green.
"I basically had nothing," Janzen said.
As a result, Tiger Woods had something -- a one-shot lead through yesterday's second round of the Memorial tournament in Dublin, Ohio.
Woods nearly holed a 274-yard 2-iron on the 11th but a birdie at the par-5 15th put Janzen, who had started the day with a two-stroke lead, ahead of Woods by a shot heading into the final hole.
But swirling wind rerouted Janzen's 6-iron approach from the middle of the fairway.
"I thought it was going to land on the green, but it hit the slope of the bunker, the grass and then kicked left and went all the way to the other side of the lip," Janzen said.
Janzen was only able to advance the ball six feet. It stayed in the trap.
From there he blasted out -- barely clearing the edge of the trap -- and two-putted from 15 feet. The double bogey-6 capped a 2-under 70 that left him at 9-under 135.
Woods finished with a 66 for a 36-hole total of 10-under 134.
Joining Janzen a shot back was reigning PGA champion Vijay Singh. He had five birdies and five pars on the first 10 holes to edge into the lead, but fell back on the 11th.
Sergio Garcia, the 19-year-old Spaniard making his third professional start in the United States, shot a 70 despite a double bogey on the par-3 16th. That prevented him from possibly being paired with Woods.
He was joined at 7 under by Justin Leonard, who had a 69.
Jim Furyk, Mark Calcavecchia, Bill Glasson and Frank Lickliter -- who shot the day's low round with a 65 -- were at 6 under.
SENIORS: Looking for his first victory in more than 14 months, Lee Trevino birdied six of the last nine holes for a 67 and joined a six-way tie for the lead in the NFL Golf Classic in Clifton, N.J.
Allen Doyle, a two-time winner this year, overcame back problems for a 5-under-par round matched by Bob Charles, Joe Inman, DeWitt Weaver Jr. and Tom McGinnis.
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NCAA: Northwestern sophomore Luke Donald shot an even-par 72 in the NCAA men's golf championships to hold the lead at 3-under 213 heading into the final round of the 72-hole tournament in Chaska, Minn.