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Tiger Woods wins at Congressional; passes Nicklaus in all-time wins for 2nd place with 74


Tiger Woods has now won 3 tournaments in 2012 ( photo)

Tiger Woods tied Jack Nicklaus for all-time PGA Tour wins with 73 at the Memorial Tournament back in June.

With his latest win on Sunday, he now has 74 wins and has passed his golfing idol. He is now 8 wins behind Sam Snead who has 82.

Woods held off  Bo Van Pelt on the back nine of the Blue Course at Congressional Country Club on Sunday to win the AT&T National in Bethesda, Maryland.

In this comeback season for Woods, she has risen to number-4 in the world golf rankings behind Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood.

With his final-round of 2-under par 69, Woods beat the scrappy Van Pelt by two shots and became the first golfer to earn three wins on Tour this season. Adam Scott finished third at 5-under-par 67 on Sunday.

In his career, this is the 12th time that Woods has won at least three times. He has three wins in his last seven starts.

Woods went 41 holes without a bogey until needing six strokes to get off the par-5 16th. He took the outright lead by making a 6-foot putt for par on the 17th as Van Pelt made bogey. Bogeys on the last three holes hurt Van Pelt’s chances.


Info compiled from PGA Tour News


Westwood leads Nordea Masters event by three shots


Lee Westwood (file photo)

England’s Lee Westwood shot a 4-under-par 68 to maintain a three-stroke lead after the third round of the Nordea Masters in Bro, Sweden.

The 39-year-old Westwood is 16-under-par 200.

Ross Fisher, another native of England, is in second place at 13 under in the PGA European Tour event.


Info compiled from European Tour, Radio & TV news



Spaniard Cabrera-Bello wins Dubai Desert Classic on European Tour


Rafael Cabrera-Bello (photo by Private Pauline via wikipedia commons)

Lee Westwood appeared like he had a win in the Dubai Desert Classic going into the final round.

He went two up on the second hole but struggled from there after.

Entering with a chance to win was Spaniard Rafael Cabrera-Bello, shooting a 4-under 68 to bypass Westwood and Stephen Gallacher by a shot for his second European Tour win and fifth pro win overall.

Cabrera-Bello made a birdie on the 17th for the solo lead and then made a short par putt on the 18th to finish with an 18-under 270 total.

Westwood with a 70 had a chance to send the match to a playoff, but his chip rolled past the hole. He missed a 25-footer.

The tournament took place in the United Arab Emirates


Info compiled from European Tour, Radio & TV news





Westwood goes wire-to-wire in Bangkok tournament


Lee Westwood (Joel Torres & Columbus Wired photo)

Lee Westwood did not let the windy conditions effect his golf game as he went wire-to-wire and won the Thailand Golf Championship in Bangkok.

In the final round, he shot a 3-under-par 69 to outlast Masters champion Charl Schwartzel by seven strokes.

Westwood, an Englishman who is ranked third in the world, finished at 22-under 266 in the Asian Tour event. Schwartzel closed with a 72.

American golfer Michael Thompson was another stroke behind in third with a 70.


Info compiled from Radio, TV, Asian Tour news & golf reports

Westwood holds off Karlsson in South Africa


Lee Westwood in 2010 (photo by Eugene Goh via wikipedia commons)

Englishman Lee Westwood shot a 1-over-par 73 and was able to hold off Robert Karlsson for a two-stroke victory at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City, South Africa on Sunday.

The 38-year-old Westwood earned his 36th career win.

Westwood started the final round with a seven-shot lead.


Info compiled from Radio & TV news

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