Honda Classic 2013 PGA Tour

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After firing three straight rounds of even-par 70, Tiger Woods struggled to a 74 in Sunday's wind-swept final round.
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Woods made two double bogeys, four bogeys, two birdies and an eagle in his roller-coaster final round.
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Woods had to be carted back to the tee on the sixth hole after failing to find his original tee shot. He went on to double-bogey the hole.
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Michael Thompson fired a 69 to fend off Geoff Ogilvy by two shots and win the Honda Classic.
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It's was Thompson's first career victory, and earned him a spot at the 2013 Masters and U.S. Open.
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Luke Guthrie began the final round with a share of the lead. He shot a 73 to finish alone in third place.
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Geoff Ogilvy entered Sunday with a chance to end his long winless streak. He shot a 69 to finish alone in second.
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For the third day in a row, Tiger Woods shot even par at PGA National.
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Woods' round was undone by a double bogey on the par-3 17th.
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There was no doubt who this fan was rooting for on Saturday.
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Geoff Ogilvy birdied 18 to finish two shots off the lead.
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Lee Westwood is also two shots back after an even-par 70.
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Rickie Fowler finished with a birdie and an eagle to move back into contention.
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Justin Rose is four shots off the lead after a two-over 72.
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Dustin Johnson fell out of contention with a four-over 74.
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Defending champion Rory McIlroy, who was seven over par after eight holes, withdrew after eight holes. He later blamed his sudden split on a sore wisdom tooth.
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Tiger Woods will be around for the weekend, but just barely. Woods shot another even-par 70 to make the cut on the number.
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"Hopefully tomorrow I can get it going, at least give myself a chance going into Sunday," Woods said.
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Serena Williams was out watching Woods on Friday.
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Dustin Johnson made six bogeys and five birdies for a 71.
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Martin Kaymer made four birdies on the back nine to shoot a 66.
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Lee Westwood is only three shots off the lead after a two-under 68.
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Rickie Fowler opened with a 65 on Thursday, but he backed up with a one-over 71 in the second round.
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Keegan Bradley made five birdies and three bogeys for a 68.
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Luke Guthrie shot a bogey-free 63 to grab a one-shot lead over Michael Thompson heading into the weekend.
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Tiger Woods opened with an even-par 70 Thursday morning at PGA National.
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Woods made bogey on two of his first four holes.
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He recovered with two birdies on his second nine.
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Rory McIlroy also had a 70 on day one.
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McIlroy was one under before making bogey at 18.
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Dustin Johnson shot a 66 to get to four under.
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Branden Grace was tied with Rickie Fowler and two others one back of leader Camilo Villegas after a 65.
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Graham DeLaet matched Grace's 65.
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Martin Kaymer was one over for the first round.