TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Tiger Woods won his second straight PGA
Championship for his 13th major title and first this year. Woods
fired a final-round 69 to win by two shots over Woody Austin. It's
the fourth PGA title for Woods.
His 13 major titles moves Woods within five of the all-time mark
held by Jack Nicklaus. The 30-year-old Woods is ahead of the pace
of Nicklaus, who didn't win his 13th major until age 35.
Woods took command of the tournament Friday with a round of 63,
tying the all-time low round in a major. He spent the weekend
nursing a lead that ranged from two to five strokes.
Austin's 67 was good for second place, his best finish in a
major. Ernie Els finished strong with a 66 to finish third. Arron
Oberholser and John Senden tied for fourth.
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