2008 Chevron World Challenge Hosted by Tiger Woods

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2008 Chevron World Challenge Age is starting to creep up on Vijay Singh, who turns 46 in February and spent the last three months on hiatus to let nagging injuries heal. But he was good as new at the Chevron, making a 10-foot birdie putt on the final hole for a one-shot victory over Steve Stricker.
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The win capped the most lucrative season of Singh's career. He won $1.35 million and pushed his earnings for the year past $18 million. That includes the $10 million bonus from the FedEx Cup, along with $6.6 million on the PGA Tour.
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Steve Stricker shot 68 on Sunday to earn $840,000, his biggest check this year.
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Jim Furyk dropped five shots over the final five holes for a 74 and a tie for fifth.
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Anthony Kim, the 54-hold leader, made consecutive double bogeys on the back nine and ended up tied for third place.
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Camilo Villegas shot 73 and tied Furyk in fifth place. More From Golf.com • Gift guide for golfers • 2008 year in review • Sports Illustrated's photos of the year • Play Golf.com's Pro Challenge video game