Final round of the Tour Championship
Tiger Woods fired a four-under 66 to win the Tour Championship by eight shots. Woods also clinched the FedEx Cup and a cool $10 million.
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Woods won his seventh tournament of 2007 and the 61st of his career, moving him one behind Arnold Palmer and three behind Ben Hogan.
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"I think my driving has gotten better," Woods said. "I feel as if I'm able to shape the ball in there and actually work the golf ball better both ways than I did early in the year."
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Mark Calcavecchia shot a one-over 71, but he held on to tie for second. "I had no expectations coming in here," Calcavecchia said. "I was clearly the favorite to finish 30th this week, and tying for second is pretty good."
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Zach Johnson shot a two-under 68 to tie for second. Johnson said it was tough trying to catch Woods. "You put pressure on him, he seems to step up his game," Johnson said. "It just doesn't matter. If he's behind you, he moves in front of you."
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Hunter Mahan finished with a one-over 71, but it was good enough for fifth place.
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Scott Verplank also finished fifth, 12 shots behind Woods.
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Starting the day, Sergio Garcia had a chance to catch Woods, but Garcia finished with an even-par 70.
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Padraig Harrington had a rough front nine and finished with a three-over 73, dropping him from seventh to 11th.
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