The 14 Faces Of An Epic Golf Collapse

Adam Scott came into the final round of the British Open with a commanding lead. He left it the runner up. His face tells the story.

1. The "Maybe if I close my eyes all these people and cameras will disappear" Face

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2. The "Wow, I'm only five holes in and already it seems like I should have stayed in bed" Face

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3. The "If one more person asks me, 'Are we having fun yet?' or if I'm dating Leslie Knope, I'm going to punch them in the teeth," Face

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4. The "Don't cry, Adam. Mike Tirico will totally focus on that. Then again, at least it's not Jim Nantz. He'd make a pun," Face

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5. The "You're a real son of a bitch, you know that, Mr. Putter?" Face

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6. The "I can't believe I had 7 bogeys today and still only lost by one. My lead was freaking huge," Face

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7. The "Definitely bad" Face

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Not to be confused with Barack Obama's "Not Bad" Face

8. The "Did you say something about my putter being stupid?" Face

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9. The "Maybe you had a point about my putter" Face

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10. The "Ernie Els is playing really well, maybe I'm in trouble," Face

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11. The "This hardly looks like the right sport," Face

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12. The "I just missed an easy putt that would have sent me to a playoff, and now my knees are weak," Face

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13. The "No seriously, I'm so upset that I can't feel my knees," Face

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14. The "Okay, I can totally feel my knees, but I'm not ready to stand up and face the fact that I just blew a golden opportunity to win one of the biggest tournaments in the world. So leave me alone with my thoughts, if you don't mind," Face

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