2012 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational

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Keegan Bradley drained this 15-footer for par on the final hole, then won the event after Jim Furyk made a double bogey.
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It was Bradley's first victory since the 2011 PGA Championship.
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Jim Furyk took a one-shot lead into the final round and led most of the day. He double-bogeyed the 72nd hole to lose by one.
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Tiger Woods shot a 66 on Sunday. It was his lowest round of the week.
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Woods will chase his 15th career major this week at the PGA Championship.
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Louis Oosthuizen began the final round one shot off the lead. He shot a 69 and finished fourth.
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Rory McIlroy shot a 68 and finished T5.
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Phil Mickelson shot a 71 and finished T43.
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Sunday morning's play was delayed because of a storm.
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Jim Furyk shot even par on Saturday, and led by one stroke heading into the final round.
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Louis Oosthuizen made three birdies in the last 10 holes to finish one shot off the lead.
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Tiger Woods shot a two-under 68 on Saturday. It was the first time Woods broke par this week.
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"I'm not that far off and just got to play one solid round tomorrow ... and get ready for the PGA," Woods said.
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Luke Donald bogeyed two of the last four holes for a one-over 71.
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Rafael Cabrera-Bello was in the final group, but he dropped out of contention after a seven-over 77.
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Phil Mickelson made five bogeys and two birdies for a 73.
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After opening with a 66, Bubba Watson has shot rounds of 73 and 72.
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Jim Furyk shot a four-under 66 on Friday to build a two-shot lead over Rafael Cabrera-Bello heading into the weekend at Firestone.
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Tiger Woods failed to move into contention after a two-over 72. "I hit it good, made nothing," Woods said.
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Woods continued to struggle with his putting. "Generally, I was a decent putter over the years, but lately it's been very streaky. I'm making everything or I make nothing."
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Jason Dufner made five birdies and a bogey for a 66.
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Bubba Watson opened with a 66 on Thursday, but he struggled to a 73 on Friday.
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British Open champion Ernie Els finished at six over par.
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Tiger Woods reached three under at one point on Thursday, but then made three bogeys over his last six holes to finish at even par.
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Woods is looking for his eighth WGC-Bridgestone title this week.
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Bill Haas put himself into contention early with a three-under 67.
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Luke Donald, who could lose the No. 1 ranking to Tiger Woods this week, opened with a solid four-under 66.
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Phil Mickelson shot a 71.
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Rory McIlroy shot an even-par 70.
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Adam Scott also had a 71.
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Ben Crane matched Donald's four-under 66.