BETHESDA, Md. -- Anthony Kim closed with a 5-under 65 Sunday to rally from a three-shot deficit and win the AT&T National, making him the first American under 25 to win twice in one year onthe PGA Tour since Tiger Woods.
Woods, the tournament host, wasn't around to see a display of
golf with which he could relate.
The 23-year-old Kim is an explosive talent who seems to have
finally figured out how to win, and he did just that at
Congressional by emerging from a crowded leaderboard with a
bogey-free final round to defeat Fredrik Jacobson of Sweden by two
Kim, who won earlier this year at the Wachovia Championship,
finished at 12-under 268 and earned $1.08 million to move up to No.
6 in the Ryder Cup standings.
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