2011 AT&T National Results: Nick Watney Survives Late K.J. Choi Surge For 2nd Tour Victory In 2011

Nick Watney held off a late challenge by K.J. Choi on Sunday to win the 2011 AT&T National, his second victory of the year. Starting the day at 9-under, Watney shot a 4-under in Round 4 to finish at 13-under, two strokes better than K.J. Choi. Watney's 8-under round on Saturday propelled him to the top of the leaderboard and the chance for a tournament victory at Aronimink Golf Club.

Choi had taken a share of the lead by making birdie on the par-3 14th hole, but a double bogey on the next hole set him back to 10-under. Choi had hit into a bunker and missed the green when getting out of it. Watney birdied the 16th hole, which Choi did as well to stay just two strokes behind. But both would par the final two holes. Watney and Choi are projected to be Nos. 1 and 2 in the next FedEx Cup standings update.

The best score of the round belonged to Chris DiMarco at 6-under, finishing at 5-under. Robert Allenby also fired off a low round with a 5-under, taking 6th place with Chris Stroud at 8-under.

The top 10 results (full leaderboard here):

1. Nick Watney -13
2. K.J. Choi -11
T3. Charles Howell III -9
T3. Jeff Overton -9
T3. Adam Scott -9
T6. Robert Allenby -8
T6. Chris Stroud -8
T8. Bryce Molder -7
T8. Chris kirk -7
T8. Webb Simpson -7

Stay with this StoryStream for news and updates on the 2011 AT&T National. For more on the PGA Tour, visit Waggle Room and SB Nation's golf hub.

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