Sunday at Southern Hills

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Sunday at Southern Hills The final round of the 2007 PGA Championship was once again played in searing conditions in Tulsa, Okla. Take a look at what happened on the final day of the season's last major. Tiger Woods won his fourth PGA Championship Sunday, finishing at eight under par.
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Bogeys on 12 and 16 left Ernie Els three strokes behind Tiger at five under par.
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Scott Verplank finished at one over par, after a final-round 71.
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Adam Scott missed this birdie putt on the first hole. The Australian finished at two over par.
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Austin put up a good fight, earning his best career finish in a major, but he finished two strokes off the lead at six under par.
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Stephen Ames faded on Sunday, finishing T12 at two over par.
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K.J. Choi continued his summer of solid play, finishing two over par for the tournament and tied for 12th.
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Despite opening with back-to-back bogeys, Arron Oberholser pulled together a decent final-round 69 to finish T4.
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As the final putt went into the hole on Sunday, the crowd at Southern Hills roared for Woods.
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Simon Dyson of England set the early pace Sunday, taking advantage of a 9:40 tee time and some hot putting to shoot 64.
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John Senden of Australia missed the cut last year in the PGA Championship, his only previous appearance in this event. Sunday he finished T4 at one under par.
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Three years ago, Stephen Ames riled Tiger Woods at the WGC-Accenture Match Play, which motivated the world's No. 1 player, who won the match, 9&8. On the first tee Sunday it appeared that both players had put the incident behind them.
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Woody Austin, playing one group ahead of the leaders, scored an early birdie on the 3rd hole Sunday.
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Ernie Els was the only major winner to start the final round within six shots of Woods. Birdies on the 3rd and 5th holes helped The Big Easy work his way up the leaderboard.
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Tiger Woods was disappointed to miss the fairway on both the 2nd and 3rd holes.
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After holing a birdie putt on No. 8, Tiger unleashed his biggest fist pump of the day.
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A costly bogey on the 12th cost Els some momentum. Had his putter been a little hotter, he could have applied even more pressure on Woods.
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As Austin birdied three-straight holes on the back nine, he tried to rally support from the crowd.
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Geoff Ogilvy's bogey-free final round left him tied for sixth place at even par.
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Woods shot 71-63-69-69 (272) and earned $1,260,000 for the victory.