Tiger Woods shot a final-round 67 to finish at 9 under par at the Memorial Sunday. "Obviously I didn't get anything started with any kind of momentum making putts. These greens are so perfect out here, you've got to do it, and I just didn't do it this week until today," he said.
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K.J. Choi birdied the 6th through the 9th to climb the leaderboard. He won the Memorial at 17 under par.
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Ryan Moore finished one stroke behind Choi, in second place. "To be in the position I was in in the last three holes, I can't be happier. Just to jump into that position to even have a chance, that's what I play golf for. Obviously I want to win, and anything short of that is disappointing. But to perform well on a Sunday afternoon, that's what I'm out here for," he said.
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Adam Scott had a chance to catch Choi until he bogeyed the final two holes. He finished at 14 under par.
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Geoff Ogilvy double bogeyed the par-4 14th hole, but then came back with an eagle on the par-5 15th. He finished at 12 under par.
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Rod Pampling shot a final-round 72 to finish at 15 under par.
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Five birdies on the front nine put Stewart Cink at 14 under par. He finished 3 strokes off the lead.
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Sean O'Hair eagled the par-5 7th hole. He finished T5.
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