2013 Players Championship

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Tiger Woods began the day in a three-way tie for the lead. He went on to shoot a two-under 70 to win by two shots.
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Woods played the 18th hole with a one-shot lead on David Lingmerth. Woods parred and Lingmerth went on to bogey, making the final margin two shots.
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Golf Magazine's Cameron Morfit says Woods' win looks like a sign of things to come at this summer's majors.
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Woods finished on 13-under 275 and earned $1.71 million.
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Woods took a drop after hitting his tee shot into the pond on the 14th hole. He went on to make a double bogey -- and allow several competitors back into the tournament.
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Woods joined Fred Couples, Davis Love III and Steve Elkington as the only two-time winners at Sawgrass.
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For 13 holes, it appeared Woods might sail to a victory. But he made double-bogey on 14, allowing several players back in the chase.
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Woods earned his fourth victory of the season.
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Sergio Garcia began the final round tied for the lead.
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Garcia was in contention before dunking two tee shots into the water on the famous par-3 17th hole. He finished with a 76 to tie for eighth.
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Early Sunday morning, Woods and Garcia finished up their contentious third round. The shared the lead with David Lingmerth entering the afternoon's final round.
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David Lingmerth was chasing his first career PGA Tour title. He needed a birdie on the final hole to force a playoff, but bogeyed it for a 72 and a tie for second place.
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Tiger Woods made a birdie and a bogey through 14 holes before play was suspended due to darkness. Play was also delayed earlier in the day due to thunderstorms.
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Woods, Sergio Garcia and Henrik Stenson trail rookie David Lingmerth by two strokes.
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Garcia made three bogeys and two birdies on Saturday.
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Lee Westwood fell out of contention after two double bogeys in his first four holes.
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Stenson was in the lead until he made bogeys on Nos. 11 and 15.
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Rory McIlroy shot a one-over 73 to finish at five under par.
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Jeff Maggert shot a six-under 66 to finish with the clubhouse lead at nine under par.
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Adam Scott's round was undone by a double bogey on the par-3 17th. He finished with a 75.
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Despite two double bogeys, Hunter Mahan is still in contention at eight under par.
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Matt Kuchar dropped down the leaderboard after a 75.
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Bubba Watson made six birdies, two bogeys and a double bogey for a two-under 70.
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Tiger Woods fired a five-under 67 Friday to finish one shot behind Sergio Garcia heading into the weekend.
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"I'm pleased with every facet of [my game]," Woods said.
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Garcia made eight birdies and one bogey for a 65.
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Rory McIlroy shot even par, but he's still in contention at six under par.
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Lee Westwood is only two shots back after a bogey-free 66.
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Masters champion Adam Scott is in the hunt again after a four-under 68.
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Phil Mickelson missed the cut after rounds of 72 and 73.
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Rickie Fowler also missed the cut.
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Luke Donald made four birdies and a bogey for a 69.
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Brandt Snedeker shot a three-under 69 to remain in contention.
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Matt Kuchar fired a six-under 66 to finish at seven under par.
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Bubba Watson made six birdies and four bogeys for a 70.
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Ian Poulter won't be playing the weekend after rounds of 75 and 71.
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Zach Johnson finished at seven under par.
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Tiger Woods opened with a five-under 67 at TPC Sawgrass, good enough for T4.
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Woods made only one bogey on the day.
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He has only won the Players once in his career.
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Woods is looking for his fourth win of the season this week.
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Rory McIlroy shot a bogey-free 66 in his opening round to trail leader Roberto Castro by three.
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McIlroy had six birdies on the day.
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He has never made the cut in three career starts at TPC Sawgrass.
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Unheralded Roberto Castro grabbed the headlines in round 1 with a course-record-tying 63.
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Castro rang up seven birdies and an eagle on the day.
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Vijay Singh is embroiled in controversy after he announced this week that he was suing the PGA Tour over the deer antler spray investigation.
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Singh finished with a two-over 74.
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Defending champion Matt Kuchar shot a 71.
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Phil Mickelson made two birdies and a bogey in his opening nine holes.
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Luke Donald had a 72.
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Brandt Snedeker shot a 71.
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Sergio Garcia had a solid four-under 68.
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Dustin Johnson shot a two-over 74.
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Ernie Els shot a one-over 73.
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Billy Horschel struggled to a 76.