With a score of eight under par, Tiger Woods wons his 74th professional tournament, the 2012 AT&T National at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD on Sunday. The win passed allowed him to pass Jack Nicklaus for second place behind Sam Snead's 83 career wins. Woods' win also makes him #1 in the FedEx Standings after 100 weeks after he last did so in 2009, and made him the first three time winner of the 2012 season.
Bo van Pelt, the tournament runner-up, hung in there until the final holes when he wavered. However, experience helped Woods as he shot a final round of two under par, or 69. Bo's 71 on Sunday giving him second, and the third player of the final group, Brendon de Jonghe shot six-over for 77 after going into Sunday as the leader with six under for 54 holes.