Yesterday's final round of the Tour Championship was an incredible sight to behold. From Rory's detonation to Justin Rose's capturing of the FedEx Cup, there were many story lines that caught the eyes of fans around the world. However, nothing compared to the thought of Tiger Woods winning another event, his first since 2013. This thought, more so a dream, became reality Sunday evening at East Lake.
Eldrick "Tiger" Woods won by 2 strokes over Billy Horschel, his 80th win of the year. Although he shot a 71 (+1) on Sunday, most of the field was similar. He played smart golf, not getting aggressive unless he could safely do so. The back 9 was a bit precarious, with bogeys on 10, 15, and 16; however, a large portion of the field couldn't take advantage of it.
In fact, he was 1 stroke shy of clinching the FedEx Cup title, not just the Tour Championship. Justin Rose, or Rosey as many pros like to call him, needed birdie to clinch on 18. His 2nd shot into the green cleared the bunker by about 6 inches, setting him up with 2 putts for birdie.