Final round at 2011 Players Championship

1 of 14 Robert Beck/SI
After finishing his third round Sunday morning, Graeme McDowell played alongside Choi and Toms, and teed off in the afternoon's final round with a one-shot lead.
2 of 14 Fred Vuich/SI
Nick Watney shot a 71 to finish T4.
3 of 14 Fred Vuich/SI
Luke Donald shot a 71 to finish tied for fourth.
4 of 14 Robert Beck/SI
K.J. Choi, who turns 41 this week, became the fourth straight international player to win The Players.
5 of 14 Robert Beck/SI
Paul Goydos made a surprising Sunday charge, shooting a 69 to finish alone in third.
6 of 14 Robert Beck/SI
Toms made a clutch birdie on the 18th hole to force the playoff, then blew a short par putt on the first playoff hole.
7 of 14 Fred Vuich/SI
Spectators of all species were treated to an exciting final round.
8 of 14 Robert Beck/SI
Choi earned $1.7 million for the victory.
9 of 14 Fred Vuich/SI
McDowell's hopes began to fade when his second shot at the par-5 ninth landed in a plant. He went on to make a bogey, and eventually shot a 79 to finish T33.
10 of 14 Robert Beck/SI
One day after play was cut short because of storms, Love and the rest of the field enjoyed clear, sunny skies on Sunday.
11 of 14 Robert Beck/SI
Davis Love III began the fourth round in contention for his third career Players Championship crown, but shot a 73 to finish T12.
12 of 14 Robert Beck/SI
The Players was the first time McDowell had taken a 54-hole lead into the final round at a PGA Tour event.
13 of 14 Robert Beck/SI
David Toms surged into the lead on the front nine and kept it for most of the afternoon.
14 of 14 Fred Vuich/SI
K.J. Choi beat David Toms on the first hole of sudden death for his eighth career PGA Tour title and the biggest victory of his career.