Humana Challenge 2012: Mark Wilson Holds On For Fifth Win

Mark Wilson won his fifth career tournament -- and his third since the start of the 2011 season -- by shooting 3-under in the final round, finishing two strokes ahead of Johnson Wagner, John Mallinger and Robert Garrigus.

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Humana Challenge 2012 Final Results: Mark Wilson Takes Home Trophy

Mark Wilson entered the final day at the 2012 Human Challenge in first place, and he would leave that way after winning the wind-interrupted tournament by two strokes over three players tied for second. He shot 3-under for the day to hold off the charging field.

Ben Crane came into the day in second place, but fell back into a four-way tie for eighth after shooting just 1-under at the relatively easy Palmer Private at PGA West. Johnson Wagner, John Mallinger and Robert Garrigus shot 7-under, 6-under and 4-under to make their charge at Wilson.

Two of the first three PGA Tour events of 2012 have now been won by golfers from Wisconsin, with Madison resident Steve Stricker winning the Hyundai Tournament of Champions earlier in January.

For more on this year's tournament, head over to the official site of the Humana Challenge as well as PGATour.com. For a full leaderboard, head over to PGATour.com.

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