Photos from Memorial Tournament

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Final Round at the MemorialTiger Woods added another dramatic victory to his resume at the Memorial on Sunday. He birdied three of the last four holes to shoot 65. It was his fourth win at Jack Nicklaus's tournament and his 67th on the PGA Tour.
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Second Round of the Memorial Tiger Woods struggled on Friday, finishing with a 2-over 74.
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Jim Furyk made a birdie on 18 to tie Jonathan Byrd for the lead.
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Byrd shot a bogey-free 68 to finish at 7 under.
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Geoff Ogilvy took a drop after hitting into a creek on 17, but his caddie missed the ball and it fell into the water.
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Vijay Singh double bogeyed 18 to miss the cut.
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Ernie Els finished at 4-under par after a 2-under 70.
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Zach Johnson made four birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey for a 73.
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First Round of the Memorial Tiger Woods only missed one fairway, on 18, in his opening-round 69.
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Despite opening with a bogey, Luke Donald went on to make nine birdies for the early lead at Memorial.
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Donald made only 20 putts during his round.
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"I'm starting to feel good now. It's been a long time," Woods said. "I'm starting to get my power back. Everything is starting to come around now."
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Woods is five strokes off the lead.
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Jim Furyk is three off the lead after a five-under 67.
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In a round that included two double bogeys and one hit spectator, David Duval was able to salvage a one-under 71.
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Stewart Cink dropped to 4-under par after finishing with three straight bogeys.
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Jonathan Byrd rebounded to shoot a 71 after a triple bogey on No. 4.
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Jim Furyk is one behind the leaders after a 71.
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Woods overcame a four-shot deficit on Sunday.
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Woods got back into the tournament after a 33 on the front nine. He hit over the green on the par-5 11th, but then he chipped in for an eagle.
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After a sloppy bogey on 16, Woods hit his second shot to nine feet on 17 and drained the putt for birdie.
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Needing another birdie on 18, Woods hit a 7-iron ...
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... to one foot.
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"I knew I could do this," Woods said. "I was close to winning, but the game wasn't quite there when I really needed it on Sunday. I rectified that."
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With a birdie on the final hole, Jim Furyk finished alone in second place.
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Davis Love III triple bogeyed the final hole to shoot 73.
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Geoff Ogilvy made a quadruple-bogey on the par-4 14th hole. He ended up at four under par for the week.
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Two double bogeys on the back nine dropped Jonathan Byrd back to eight under par for the tournament.
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Third Round of the Memorial Tiger Woods moved to within four strokes of the lead after a 4-under 68.
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Rookie Matt Bettencourt shot a 68 to finish in a tie for the lead with Mark Wilson.
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Wilson started the third round with three straight bogeys, but he recovered to shoot a 69.
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After nearly missing the cut, Geoff Ogilvy shot a 9-under 63 on Saturday. He finished his round by holing a bunker shot on 18 for birdie.
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Ernie Els birdied 18 to finish at two under par.