by Jeff Skinner
It may be harsh to call Geoff Ogilvy’s final round 67 unspectacular, but compared to Rory Sabbatini’s 63, it looks pedestrian. However, it was good enough for Ogilvy to win his second consecutive SBS Championship and a great way to start his 2010 season. Sabbatini opened with a 32 on the front nine and then had six birds on the back (five straight) for a 31 but when he failed to birdie the eighteenth hole Ogilvy was left with his margin of victory. Ogilvy led the field in putting all week to make up for his less than stellar driver. Ogilvy starts this year just as he had last year when he won here and then again at The WGC Match Play giving him two wins in his first five PGA Tour events. Early round leader Lucas Glover ballooned to 76 and finished T14.