The 2008 Tour Championship

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Final Round of the Tour Championship Camilo Villegas beat Sergio Garcia on the first playoff hole at East Lake for his second-straight victory.
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Ben Curtis moved into contention with a two-under 68.
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Second Round of the Tour Championship Anthony Kim finished with a bogey, but he still holds a two-shot lead heading into the weekend.
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Sergio Garcia, who lost to Kim at the Ryder Cup, will be in the final group Saturday after a 65.
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Phil Mickelson made five birdies on the back nine to move into contention.
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Camilo Villegas made six birdies and two bogeys for a 66.
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After rounds of 73-74, Vijay Singh won't win the tournament, but he has the FedEx Cup secured.
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First Round of the Tour Championship Anthony Kim has a four-stroke lead after the first round in Atlanta.
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Ernie Els is at two under par after a first-round 68.
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Phil Mickelson also shot a 2-under 68 on Thursday.
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Vijay Singh, who has already won the FedEx Cup, is three over par.
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Singh played with Camilo Villegas, who is two over par.
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Camilo Villegas made three birdies and two bogeys for a 69.
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Phil Mickelson will be in the final group after a one-under 69.
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Garcia's chip to extend the playoff came up short.
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Vijay Singh, who finished at nine over par, was also awarded a trophy during the ceremony after the tournament -- for winning the FedEx Cup competition.
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Singh won the first two playoff events and a $10 million prize.
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"I cannot emphasize how hard I've worked," Villegas said.
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Villegas made eight birdies in his final round, shooting 66.
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Phil Mickelson just missed the playoff, missing his birdie putt on the final hole.
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"Fun way to finish the year, have it come down to the last shot," Mickelson said.
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Third Round of the Tour Championship Sergio Garcia grabbed a three-shot lead after a three-under 67.
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Anthony Kim talked with his caddie after hitting his ball into the water off the sixth green. Kim struggled to a two-over 72.
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Kim only hit four fairways, and one of his errant tee shots hit a 48-year-old man in the forehead on the fly, opening a 2-inch gash. The fan, David Whitfield of Atlanta, was taken to a hospital but never lost consciousness and appeared to be in good spirits, according to the Associated Press.
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Rivalry? What rivalry? Kim and Garcia joked around on the first tee before the start of the third round.
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Stewart Cink shot a 5-over 75.