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Hole
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2
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4
5
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7
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Out
10
11
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In
Total
Par
4
3
4
4
5
3
4
4
5
36
5
3
4
4
4
5
4
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36
72
Yards
424
195
387
440
561
164
394
405
584
3,554
516
193
391
439
442
495
481
453
232
3,642
7,196


 
 
Vijay Singh
Vijay Singh answered everyone's charges at East Lake.
 
Singh Fends Off Field
 
Vijay Singh remained steady all day Sunday, even while everyone else was taking their best shots at him at the Tour Championship. Singh finished with a 3-under 67 for a 12-under 268 total, which was enough to offset Jerry Kelly's hole-in-one and Charles Howell III holing out a wedge for an eagle. Singh's vcitory was worth $900,000.
• Scores | Tiger hurting | Singh sings

 



Notebook: Players take part in Augusta poll
Ten of the 30 players say Augusta should offer membership to a woman, but don't plan to stay away if they don't.
 
Notes: Price hopes America's best come to South Africa
Nick Price won't be satisfied if just Tiger Woods shows up at the Presidents Cup in South Africa next year.
 
Notes: Maruyama back in the swing of things
Shigeki Maruyama had no reason to think he could finish his first round at the Tour Championship, let alone break par.
 
Finchem defends idea of two tournaments in one week
Tim Finchem doesn't agree with those who think the tour should not hold two events in the same week.
 
Notes: Price honored with Payne Stewart Award
Nick Price was honored with the Payne Stewart Award, presented to players who shared Stewart's ideals.
 
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''Every time I hit a good shot, he was right there to answer.''
-- Charles Howell III on the Sunday play of winner Vijay Singh.

 
1. Vijay Singh-12F
2. Charles Howell III-10F
3. David Toms-7F
4. Jerry Kelly-6F
5. Davis Love III-5F
5. Phil Mickelson-5F
7. Chris DiMarco-4F
7. Tiger Woods-4F
9. K.J. Choi-3F
9. Retief Goosen-3F
Purse: $5 million
Site: East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, Georgia
Par: 35-35--70
Yards: 7,029


Video
 Finally
Vijay Singh joins ESPN's Scott Walker to discuss the keys of winning the once-elusive Tour Championship.
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 Masters Mayhem
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem refuses to speculate on Augusta matters.
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