Tiger eyes PGA record
Tiger Woods won the AT&T National title at Congressional and immediately set his sights on the all-time record of PGA Tour wins.
The 36-year-old picked up his third title of 2012 - the Arnold Palmer Invitational and the Memorial Tournament were the others - and the 74th of his career on Sunday with a two-shot victory and with it moved clear of Jack Nicklaus in the all-time list of Tour wins.
Woods was level with Bo Van Pelt going into the final two holes, but his opponent bogeyed twice while he fired a pair of pars which leaves him just eight wins behind Sam Snead's record of 82 victories.
Afterwards, Woods said: "I've had a pretty good career. To do it at 36, I feel like I have a lot of years ahead of me.
"I've had a number of good years in my career so far, and I feel like I've got a lot more ahead of me.
"It feels great to get to 74 wins and obviously pass Jack. It's something I'm very proud of."