Final Round of the Memorial Tournament

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Final Round of the Memorial Tournament Kenny Perry won the Memorial Tournament for the third time on Sunday.
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"When he [Azinger] said in the paper that you're probably going to have to win a tournament to get on his team, that changed my thinking," Perry said about his hopes to make the Ryder Cup team.
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Third-round leader Mathew Goggin shot a 74 in his final round to finish at six under par.
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"It took me three, four holes to calm down. And that was the difference," Goggin said.
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Mike Weir was also in contention in the final round, but finished two strokes off the lead.
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"When you win a tournament, you guess right a few times," Weir said. "Today, three times in a row I guessed wrong."
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Justin Rose eagled the par-5 seventh hole from the bunker.
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Rose's final-round 71 left him at six under par.
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Jerry Kelly, who had back-to-back birdies on Nos. 6 and 7, finished at six under par.