Honda Classic 2014 PGA Tour

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Russell Henley was the only player in the four-way playoff to reach the green on the 549-yard par-5 18th in two. He two-putted for birdie to claim the title, the second of his young career.
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Henley's first win came at the 2013 Sony Open in Hawaii, where he became the first rookie in 12 years to win his PGA Tour debut.
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"This isn't going to sink in for a while," said Henley of his victory.
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The victory moves Henley, a former University of Georgia star, into the Top 50 in the world rankings and secures his spot at the Masters.
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Rory McIlroy led the tournament after each of the first three rounds, but a 4-over 74 dropped him into a four-way playoff with Russell Henley, Russell Knox and Ryan Palmer for the title.
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McIlroy struggled through the Bear Trap, double bogeying 16 and failing to save par on 17. He recovered with a fantastic second shot on 18 that actually gave him an eagle opportunity for the win, but he pushed the putt an inch to the right.
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"I didn't play well enough to deserve a win today," McIlroy said after his round.
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Scotland's Russell Knox was the lone golfer in the playoff seeking his first PGA Tour win.
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Ryan Palmer missed a birdie putt in regulation that would have won the tournament.
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It was crowded atop the leaderboard on Sunday, as McIlroy couldn't maintain his two-shot cushion.
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McIlroy's fiance, Danish professional tennis player Caroline Wozniacki, was in the gallery at PGA National on Sunday. The couple got engaged on New Year's Eve 2013.
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Wozniacki didn't have much to smile about, however, as McIlroy stumbled to a 4-over 74 that included three birdies.
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Tiger Woods was coming off his best score on Tour in seven months on Saturday, but it was clear early on that Sunday wouldn't be his day.
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Woods was 5 over par and 12 shots off the lead when he withdrew from play without finishing his round.
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Woods walked off the course after 13 holes, citing a lower back injury and back spasms.
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Round 3: Rory McIlroy, coming off a winless 2013 PGA Tour season, appears to have turned the corner. Four birdies and three bogeys left him with a 1-under 69 on Saturday, good enough for a two-stroke lead through 54 holes.
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"It's all about not making mistakes," McIlroy said after his round. "It's about limiting the damage. You're going to make a few bogeys out there. If you limit those, hit fairways and greens, that's what I'm going to try to do tomorrow."
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McIlroy surveys a shot with caddie J.P. Fitzgerald. If McIlroy can hang on, it would be his first Tour win since the 2012 BMW Championship during the FedEx Cup playoffs.
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McIlroy walks off the course with his fiancee, Danish professional tennis player Caroline Wozniacki.
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A quartet of satisfied McIlroy fans show their appreciation.
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Russell Henley had a lot to celebrate on Saturday. Here, he celebrates after holing his approach shot on the par-4 14th for eagle from 150 yards out.
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And here, Henley reacts after sinking a 47-foot birdie putt on No. 17. He finished with a 68, two strokes behind Rory McIlory for the lead.
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Scotland's Russell Knox, the only player among the top eight without a PGA Tour win, uses some body language to direct a putt. He shot a 68 to climb into third place.
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After making the cut on the number, Tiger Woods shot a 5-under 65 to storm up 49 spots up the leaderboard to T17.
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"Today was a positive day," said Woods after carding his lowest score on Tour in seven months. "Hit the ball well and made some putts and got myself back in the hunt."
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There will be 16 players ahead of Woods on Sunday, who has never won on Tour when trailing by more than five shots after 54 holes.
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Tiger is sporting fan-designed Nike kicks at this year's Honda Classic.
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Rory McIlroy fired a four-under 66 on Friday to extend his lead at the Honda Classic.
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Brendon de Jonge had plenty of reasons to smile after he shot a second-round 64 and was one shot back of leader Rory McIlroy.
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Lee Westwood put himself in the hunt with a second-round 65 to get to -7, four shots back of leader Rory McIlroy.
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Phil Mickelson, playing the Honda for the first time since 2002, missed the cut by a shot.
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Tiger Woods escapes from behind some vegetation during his second-round 69. He made the cut on the number and begins the third round 11 shots back of leader Rory McIlroy.
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Brendon de Jonge blasts out of trouble on the way to his second-round 64.
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Tiger Woods connects on a drive in the second round.
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Tiger Woods is silhouetted against the sky on the 10th hole in the second round of the Honda Classic.
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Tiger Woods hits an approach shot from off the fairway during the second round. He chipped in on No. 13 for his lone birdie on the back 9.
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Tiger Woods blasts out of a bunker in the second round.
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Russell Henley chips onto the green during his second-round 68 at the Honda Classic. He finished the second round alone in third at -8.
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Rory McIlroy got off to a slow start, making two bogeys over his first three holes.
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He then turned around his play, making six birdies and no bogeys the rest of the way.
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Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki, McIlroy's fiancee, watched from the gallery.
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Thursday Tiger Woods got off to a rough start in the first round of the Honda Classic with a double bogey at the second hole.
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Woods added two birdies and two bogeys on the front.
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He finished at one-over 71.
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Rory McIlroy shot a blistering seven-under 63 to take the first-round lead.
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McIlroy had five birdies on the back nine.
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McIlroy's fiancee, Caroline Wozniacki, followed the round with his father, Gerry McIlroy
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McIlroy played alongside Adam Scott on Thursday.
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Scott shot a two-under 68.
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Zach Johnson came roaring back after an early quadruple bogey to finish at three under.
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Phil Mickelson shot a 70.
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Keegan Bradley played alongside Johnson and Woods and shot a 69.
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Bradley ran into some trouble during his round.
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Rory Sabbatini fired a 65 to grab a share of the early lead.
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William McGirt matched Sabbatini's 65.
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A family of ducks at PGA National paid no mind to the competition around them.
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Luke Donald shot a 67.
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Sergio Garcia struggled to a 72.