Northwestern Mutual World Challenge 2013

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Zach Johnson won his first World Challenge title, defeating tournament host Tiger Woods in a dramatic sudden death playoff.
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It was only the second playoff in the event's 14-year history. The first -- in 2010 -- saw Tiger Woods defeated by Graeme McDowell.
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Zach Johnson and Tiger Woods line up their putts on the 18th green, the first and only hole of their sudden death playoff. Woods missed a short putt from within four feet that would have extended the competition.
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A poor tee shot on the 18th hole left Tiger with a difficult, uphill lie for his approach. His second shot would find a deep greenside bunker.
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Zach Johnson reacts to his own approach shot on the pivotal 18th hole -- which proved even worse than Tiger's as it found the hazard, forcing him to take a drop.
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Tiger Woods eyes his chip shot to the 18th green to force a playoff with Zach Johnson.
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Zach Johnson and Tiger Woods both seemed relieved to still be playing after a wild 18th hole in which both golfers made unlikely par saves to force a playoff.
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Zach Johnson fell as many as four strokes back of Tiger Woods but managed to pull within one by No. 14 and catch him on No. 17.
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Tiger Woods lets the driver fly after his tee shot on No. 11.
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Matt Kuchar reacts to a failed putt to save par on No. 18. He would bogey the hole and finish T3 with Bubba Watson.
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Steady rounds of 70, 70, 69 and 70 were good enough for T3 for Bubba Watson as players battled uncharacteristically wet and windy conditions in Southern California.
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Tiger Woods battled wind and rain to manage an even-par 72, good enough to keep a two-shot lead over Zach Johnson at the World Challenge on Saturday.
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Woods is looking to capture his sixth win of the year for the ninth time in his career.
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The forecast is for more wind Sunday, the last round at Sherwood Country Club before Woods moves his tournament to Isleworth in Orlando, Fla.
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Woods reacts to his second shot on the fifth hole.
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Woods acknowledges the crowd after his birdie putt on 18. He birded two of his last three holes.
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Zach Johnson is two shots back of Tiger Woods heading into the final round. He has been runner-up at the World Challenge twice, losing to Woods both times.
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Bubba Watson three-putted the 18th to fall four shots back of Woods for the lead.
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Matt Kuchar struggled on Saturday, bogeying six holes en route to a 4-over 76.
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Lee Westwood played a shot through two tree trunks on the fifth hole.
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Jim Furyk grabs cover as he walks off the tee on the second hole. His 74 on Saturday dropped him to T8.
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Tiger Woods tied his course record on Friday at Sherwood with a 10-under 62.
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Woods poured in birdie putts on three of the four par-5s at Sherwood.
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Woods started fast in Round 2, when he rang up five birdies on the front nine.
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He finished the round with 10 birdies and no bogeys.
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Woods is seeking to win the event that he hosts. Proceeds benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation.
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Zach Johnson is alone in second place after a 68. He trails Woods by two shots.
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Matt Kuchar shot a 68 and trails Woods by four.
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Graeme McDowell is in fourth place after a 67.
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Rory McIlroy's second round was derailed when he made a 9 on the par-5 16th hole.
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Tiger Woods opened the tournament with a one-under 71 on Thursday.
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Woods has won the World Challenge five times.
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This is the final year the event will be held at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
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Rory McIlroy started well but finished with a one-over 73.
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Zach Johnson has a one-shot lead after an opening-round 67.
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Bubba Watson is two shots back.
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Keegan Bradley shot a three-over 75.
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Ian Poulter shot a 76.
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Jason Day matched Poulter's 76.
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Dustin Johnson finished with a 74.