He then shanked his shot on 12 and on 16 hit his tee shot to 4 feet only to miss the birdie putt. He wound up in a four-way tie for third with Lee Westwood , Matt Kuchar and Phil Mickelson. The group finished at 280, two strokes behind Bubba Watson and Louis Oosthuizen.
"It was a tough day," Hanson told the media, " It was a good test of emotion, how I can handle myself," Hanson said. "It was still a new situation for me playing the last group and playing with Phil. I felt like it worked out pretty good, but like I said, I think your weaknesses show a little bit when you come under pressure."