Sunday at the Target World Challenge
The host of the Target World Challenge, Tiger Woods, started the day with a six shot lead over Jim Furyk. With the course basked in December sunshine, scoring conditions were once again ideal as some of the top players in the world tried to hunt down the game's No. 1 player.
After making a 3-putt bogey on the seventh hole, Woods' lead over Furyk was cut to two shots.
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While Tiger's mother, Kultida Woods, and his wife Elin took in the action Sunday, his daughter Sam Alexis made a rare public appearance.
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While bogeys at the seventh and ninth holes made things interesting, Woods made five birdies and an eagle on Sunday to pull away from the field. A 68 on Sunday put Woods at -22 for the tournament.
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Jim Furyk was four-under par on the front nine Sunday, but three-over par on the back as he shot 71. The 2003 U.S. Open championand Tiger's partner in Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup competitionsfinished in third place.
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Playing in his first Target World Challenge, 2007 Masters champion Zach Johnson finished in second place. He and Woods were the only two players to shoot all four rounds in the 60s.
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This birdie putt on the 15th hole was one of the few bright spots for Vijay Singh Sunday. He shot a disappointing 73 and finished tied for eighth.
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