Woods Win after Two Drought Years

The Players Championship had been on Sunday and there were many stories on the sick list leader, and also there was a flukes golf balls for the tournament in PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla.
The players who arrived at the final round lead are David Lingmerth, Jeff Maggert, Sergio García and Tiger Woods, who tied lately in the round.
And in the last, the game stopped and stories emerged and the winner player was Woods, where he won 78 and was second in the order Lingmeth with 72, Maggert 70, and Streelman with 67.
Woods breaks the drought years by a great victory; he said that he was happy and surprised that he managed to win.
His winning is the best where his winning percentage was 0.273 and better than Hogan 0.218, Jack Nicklaus 0.127, and Sam Snead 0.148.
Woods declared it was difficult in pointing to the Circumstances of the case of Sunday, and that he played well and hit high, down, lift, and right in order to achieve the victory.
In this example, Casey Wittenberg partner of Woods was playing, what he described as "perfect" for the flight of the ball and Woods. "He told him exactly where he thought it's crossed," he said: "We all agreed, so he is definitely big on that."
The path of Woods has been cleared for the trophy ceremony when Lingmerth missed his long birdie attempt in 18 (and then missed the comebacker) and when Maggert and Garcia pecked tee shots in the water at No. 17. Garcia, who came to the hole tied for the lead with Woods at 13 under, two shots deposited in the water, both landing in the same place, and went green with a quadruple bogey 7. Persisting in humiliation, Garcia made a double bogey at the last hole. And he recorded a 76 to finish in the seven-way tie for eighth at seven under.
 Garcia said, referring to the first waterball "he just underhits it a little bit,” "He felt with a small bit of adrenaline, he did not want to shoot over the green grass.”
Biggest break of Lingmerth in the fourth round came hours before his open wing. Lingmerth, Woods, and Garcia held a share of the lead at 11 under after the conclusion of Sunday morning of the third round.
After the publication of 72 in the third round for in Britton, 71, Garcia wore his spleen on his sleeve so he was not as magnanimous. He told Sky Sports News. "That he is not the nicest guy on.
It does not take a rocket engineer to chart the course of the year and Woods.
Woods feels happy as this year is running and which is wonderful.

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