Tiger Woods finished at 13-under 275, the lowest score to win the Wachovia Championship.
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Rory Sabbatini couldn't handle the pressure of playing with Tiger, bogeying Nos. 12-14 to fall out of the lead and end T3. "He got the job done today, I didn't," Sabbatini said.
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Phil Mickelson had his second T3 finish since switching to swing coach Butch Harmon.
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Sergio Garcia finished 9 strokes off the lead after a final round 72.
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Steve Stricker was in the hunt until a double bogey on the 16th hole. He finished second.
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Ken Duke went one over par in the final round, to end up T7 with Oberholser and Vijay Singh.
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"You always want to win tournaments you haven't played, and then again, you also just want to win tournaments. You know, over the course of my career, I've won a few tournaments here and there, and it's been nice. This one, considering the field and the golf course and the conditions, ecstatic to have won here," Woods said.
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After a bogey on the second hole, Arron Oberholser had seven straight pars on the front nine. He finished T7.
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Trevor Immelman finished T14 with Sergio Garcia after a final-round 74.
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Vijay Singh fell apart on the back nine, with bogeys on 14 and 16 and a triple bogey 7 on the par-4 final hole. He finished T7.
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