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A final round of 66 saw Sweden's Henrik Stenson clinch the PGA U.S. Players Championship at Sawgrass, Florida on Sunday; finishing 12 under par and as the only player without a bogey on his card for the final 18 holes.

The 33-year-old holed six birdies in a fantastic last day's play to claw back a five-shot overnight lead held by German Alex Cejka to claim the $1.7 million dollar prize.

Stenson matched Justin Leonard's record comeback from the same margin on the Stadium course in 1998 to win the unofficial "fifth" major, and now moves up to fifth place in the world rankings with his 10th career title. Read full article »

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