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Tiger Woods produced a vintage final round to win The Memorial in Ohio for a fifth time.
Woods began the day four shots behind leader Spencer Levin but a brilliant chip-in at the 16th helped him to a round of 67 and a nine-under par total, good enough to win by two shots.
The tournament is hosted by Jack Nicklaus and Woods has now equalled Nicklaus' total of 73 Tour victories, the second-most all-time.
The American got off to a great start, holing from eight feet for a birdie at the second and then picking up further shots at the fifth, sixth and seventh to close right up on Levin.
He gave one back at the eighth and made another bogey at 10 while Levin, who had turned in 35 to retain his advantage, dropped four shots in four holes from the 10th to fall back.
That let in South Africa's Rory Sabbatini, who birdied 11 and 12 to reach one-under for the day and claim the lead.
Woods pulled within one when he picked up a shot at the par-five 15th but then looked in trouble when he went over the green at the par-three 16th.
However, he was soon pumping his fist like it was old times after bringing the crowd to their feet with an incredible chip-in from the rough, and he led by one when Sabbatini bogeyed the same hole.
Woods went on to make a solid par at 17 and then sealed his victory in the grand manner, hitting an imperious iron to eight-feet at 18 and rolling in the putt for his third birdie in four holes.
Sabbatini (72) parred the last to share second with Andres Romero, who raced up the leaderboard on the final day by matching Woods' 67.
Justin Rose finished eighth after a final round of 69, Greg Owen was a shot further back after a fine round of 67 and Luke Donald was 12th another shot further back, having closed with a 68.