Woods Rocks Field at Grand Slam

Tiger Woods again proved why he is the best in the world in Hawaii by winning his seventh career Grand Slam of Golf title. The Grand Slam, an event played by major winners and special selections, is a 36 hole event played perennially. Tiger Woods started the day three strokes back of world number two Jim Furyk, but responded by firing a bogey free round of 66. Woods stood again at the 18th alongside hula dancers and taking $500,000 for winning. Tiger has now made $3 million in Grand Slam of Golf earnings.

Jim Furyk shot 71 for second place, U.S. Open champion Geoff Ogilvy shot 74 for third, and Mike Weir shot 74 to finish last. Furyk and Weir both qualified because Tiger won the British Open and PGA Championship. Masters champion Phil Mickelson declined his invitation, so the next highest in the special ranking system was South African Ernie Els. Els declined to play, thus Canadian Masters champion Mike Weir went to Hawaii.

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