Cink goes low in Connecticut to win the Travelers

Stewart Cink has been through a tough season. Eh, for a top player, I guess winning over $3,000,000 in the first half of the season isn't spectacular when he has failed to find victory. Cink, no stranger to PGA Tour victories, has struggled to find victory since a disastrous finish at the PODS Championship in March.

This time around though, Cink wasn't going to lose the lead in the fourth round. Cink shot a solid 67 to finish the tournament at 18 under par, one stroke safe from defending champion Hunter Mahan and the resurging Tommy Armour III. Mahan and Armour III finished at one stroke back, both having climbed the leaderboard with twin 65s in the fourth round.

Thus, Cink claimed another PGA Tour victory and $1,080,000 of the Travelers Championship purse.

Heath Slocum, who started the day in second place, fell to fourth on Sunday after coming up short by two strokes with a 67 to match Cink. Vijay Singh's (pictured right) Sunday 68 left him in fifth place for the week.

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