Reason to Celebrate: Woods finished birdie-birdie to win the Chevron World Challenge, his first win in more than two years.
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Reason to Celebrate: Stricker birdied the 18th hole to win the John Deere Classic for the third straight year.
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Reason to Celebrate: Clarke finally broke through and won his first major, the British Open, at 42 years old.
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Reason to Celebrate: McIlroy holed a bunker shot on the 18th hole to shoot a 65 and win the Hong Kong Open by two strokes.
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Reason to Celebrate: Pettersen won three points and helped Europe upset the U.S. team to claim the Solheim Cup for the first time in eight years.
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Reason to Celebrate: Woods won his singles match against Aaron Baddeley to secure the winning point for the U.S. team at the Presidents Cup.
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Reason to Celebrate: After a long slump, Garcia won his second European Tour event in as many weeks at the Andalucia Masters.
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Reason to Celebrate: Donald finished third at the Dubai World Championship to become the first player to lead the PGA and European tour money lists in the same season.
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Reason to Celebrate: Thompson, 16, became the youngest professional to win an LPGA event when she captured the Navistar Classic by five strokes.
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Reason to Celebrate: Stallings birdied the 18th hole to force a three-man playoff at the Greenbrier Classic and then birdied the first playoff hole to capture his first PGA Tour victory.
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Reason to Celebrate: Points (left) holed his third shot on the par-5 14th hole at Pebble Beach on his way to winning his first PGA Tour event. Points also won the pro-am tournament with partner Bill Murray.
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Reason to Celebrate: Levet won the French Open for the first time in his career and celebrated by jumping into a pond. Unfortunately for Levet, he broke his shin when he jumped and had to withdraw from the British Open.
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Reason to Celebrate: In just his fifth PGA Tour start, Vegas won the Bob Hope to become the first player from Venezuela to win on the PGA Tour.
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