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>> Golf legend Tiger Woods is back on top. Woods won the Tour Championship in Atlanta on Sunday, ending his five year victory drought. Woods had built the five stroke lead halfway to the final round before struggling over his last few holes. But he came around, finishing 11 under par, two strokes better than his nearest competitor.
Since his last PGA Tour title in 2013, Woods has undergone four back surgeries. He was also arrested in 2017 after being found asleep behind the wheel of his car. A toxicology report found five drugs in his system, but no alcohol. He was the title contender in several tournaments this season before Sunday's victory, which was his third tour championship win.
The win marks his eightieth on the PGA Tour, two short of the all time record held by Sam Snead.