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Topic - Graeme Mcdowell
Johnson was four shots behind with eight holes to play against the No. 1 player in the world. Tied for the lead on the 18th hole, Johnson quit on an 8-iron and hit into a hazard, and then went to the drop area. Johnson holed out from 58 yards for par, and won on the first extra hole when Woods missed a 5-foot par putt.
Zach Johnson put together the storybook finish at Sherwood on Sunday that for the longest time belonged to Tiger Woods.
Tiger Woods had a birdie putt on every hole and made 10 of them Friday to tie his own course record at Sherwood and take a three-shot lead in the World Challenge.
Graeme McDowell is going to miss Sherwood Country Club.
Tiger Woods believes it's harder than ever to win on the PGA Tour because of the increasing depth of talent of the players.
On current form and on a very familiar golf course, the two top-ranked players in the World Cup _ Adam Scott and Matt Kuchar _ are heavy favorites for individual honors when play begins Thursday at Royal Melbourne.
Henrik Stenson remained in position to win the European Tour money title, opening a one-stroke lead Friday in the season-ending World Tour Championship.
Consider a couple of scenes from the golf world this year, with emphasis on "world."
Dustin Johnson is starting to compile the kind of numbers that are difficult to ignore.
It only took four holes over two days for Dustin Johnson to lose a six-shot lead in the HSBC Champions. All that mattered was the high-powered kick down the stretch Sunday at Sheshan International that brought him the biggest win of his career.
Luke Guthrie took only 19 putts in his round of 7-under 65, giving Americans the top three spots on the leaderboard Thursday in the BMW Masters.
The only three Americans in the 78-man field were easy to find Thursday in the BMW Masters.
Henrik Stenson had pain in his right wrist and still won the richest prize in golf at the final PGA Tour event of the year in Atlanta.
Even with the PGA Tour starting a new season in October, and big golf being played around the world, Tiger Woods said he was pleasantly surprised to draw another big cast of stars to his holiday tournament in California.
Woods should be a lock for player of the year, provided he is measured against the other four names on the ballot instead of the previous seasons when he won the award.
"It's always been a week I've enjoyed, win, lose or draw," McDowell said. "I've always enjoyed the hospitality here. It's always been a great place to end the year."
"California has been pretty good to me," he said. "Maybe not as good to me as it has been to the host of the tournament. Tiger Woods has had a Hall of Fame career here in the state of California. I've had an OK run."