Posted by: maboulette | December 4, 2011

TIGER SNAPS TWO-YEAR TITLE DROUGHT WITH WIN AT CHEVRON

THOUSAND OAKS, California (Reuters) – Tiger Woods ended a frustrating victory drought of just over two years when he clinched the Chevron World Challenge which he hosts by one shot on Sunday, holing a six-foot birdie putt at the last.

A stroke behind fellow American Zach Johnson overnight, Woods fired a three-under-par 69 at Sherwood Country Club to claim the 95th tournament win of his career — but his first since the 2009 Australian Masters. 


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