hit his second shot on the 7th hole and grimaced, then walked to the middle of the fairway to shake hands with playing partner Jason Bohn before leaving on a golf cart.
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Westwood's chances ended when his tee shot found the water on No. 17.
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was looking to put the memory of a near miss at the Masters behind him.
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Allenby has been wearing a pink shirt on Sundays to honor his late mother, who died of cancer in January of 2009.
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just missed his birdie putt on No. 17. He went to the 18th a shot behind Clark but could only manage a par for second place.
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Clark took a bold line with his driver on No. 18, playing down the left side of the fairway. From there, he made par to clinch the win.
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Clark made a par on the treacherous 17th hole on Sunday.
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Clark celebrated his first tour win with his wife, Candace.
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all but clinched his first title in 206 PGA Tour events by sinking an 8-foot par-saver on the 18th hole.
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Woods's struggles took a surreal turn at the Players Championship. He withdrew from the event on the seventh hole of the final round with a neck injury. Woods said he first felt the injury before the Masters. "I might have a bulging disk," he said.
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There was no shortage of media waiting for Woods to emerge from the medical trailer after his round.
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was unable to mount a serious Sunday charge up the leaderbaord.