This is why we keeping coming back, this is why we stay till the finish. Because of Sundays like this. Because of the unbearable uncertainty. Because after four days and 17,681 shots at the HSBC Women's World Championship, just two shots late on Sunday will decide it.
Both shots come at the last hole, on the last day, and from off the green. One is a bold 45-foot putt from Michelle Wie, the other a hesitant chip from Jenny Shin. One brings a roar, the other a groan. On any given Sunday only a few feet separate elation from anguish.