Final Round at the WGC-CA Championship

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Tiger Woods had a rough day with five bogeys but managed to hold on to the lead.
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Wetterich put the pressure on Woods, but it was too little, too late.
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Geoff Ogilvy finished the weekend at six under and tied for third with Robert Allenby and Sergio Garcia.
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Sergio Garcia found himself in the middle of a controversy when he spit into the hole at No. 13 after missing a putt on Saturday. Despite his frustration, he managed to finish T3.
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The previous week's Bay Hill winner, Vijay Singh, finished three under.
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Henrik Stenson couldn't repeat the success he had on Thursday at the WGC-CA Championship, falling from the lead to finish one under.
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A three-over-par final round pushed Charles Howell III from T4 to T16.
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England's Paul Casey had an up-and-down weekend, shooting 76-70-66-72.
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Phil Mickelson improved every day of the tournament, shooting 77-72-70-69, to finish tied for 23rd at even par.
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Brett Wetterich, who had a better final round at the WGC-CA Championship than Tiger Woods, still couldn't catch up and finished second.
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Tiger Woods has won 13 of 24 WGC events, and five of the last seven.