Tiger Woods birdied the final two holes to edge Zach Johnson by one stroke. Woods won for the first time since the 2009 Australian Masters.
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Woods started the day one shot behind Johnson, but he moved into the lead with birdies on 10 and 11.
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Woods dropped back into a tie for the lead after he couldn't match Johnson's birdie on the par-5 13th.
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Johnson birdied the par-5 16th to take the lead, but Woods answered right back with a birdie on the par-3 17th.
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After Johnson hit his approach shot on 18 to about 15 feet, Woods stuck his second shot to six feet to set up the winning putt.
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"I mean, he's the most experienced and the best player I've ever played with," Johnson said of Woods. "In every situation, he knows how to execute and win.''
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"People don't realize how hard it is to win golf tournaments," Woods said. "I've gone on streaks where I've won golf tournaments in a row, but still ... I don't think I've taken it for granted. And I know because of how hard it is.''
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It also marked the first victory for Woods and his new caddie, Joe LaCava.
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Johnson birdied two of the three par 5s on the back nine, but it wasn't enough to beat Woods.
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Paul Casey fought back from an opening 79 to finish third.
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Rickie Fowler shot a one-under 71 to finish tied for sixth.
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Gary Woodland made five bogeys and two birdies for a 75.
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