Tiger Woods Wins 2012 AT&T National Tournament

Tiger Woods pulled away from Bo Van Pelt down the stretch for his third win of the year.

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Bo Van Pelt: Tiger Woods Is The Best Golfer In The World

Whether he's "back" or not, Tiger Woods is the hottest golfer on the planet.

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Is Tiger Woods Back? That, And Other Key Questions From The Weekend

We just can't get away from asking that question about Tiger Woods, just like we can't get away from Dwight Howard and his foolishness. All that, plus more, in the Monday Morning Jones.

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Tiger Woods' Third Win In 2012 Will Translate To Another Major Soon Enough

Tiger Woods' 74th victory Sunday at the AT&T National at a tough Congressional Country Club showed all golf fans that another major victory is right around the corner. It also showed that Tiger is definitely "back".

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Tiger Woods Drains Impressive Birdie Putt On 15 At AT&T National

Tiger Woods and Bo Van Pelt are still going it at, hanging with each other on the back nine at Congressional. The 15th hole was full of fireworks, with Tiger facing a long putt for birdie and Van Pelt facing a shorter putt on a similar line. Both were tricky, downhill sliders, and Tiger needed to play for a significant amount of break.

No problem at all.

With the pressure on, Van Pelt stepped up and calmly knocked his putt into the heart of the cup, matching Tiger's birdie. Both are at 9-under for the tournament now, four strokes clear of the field with three holes to play.

Tiger is in a bit of trouble on the 16th, though, after pulling his drive into the gallery on the par-5. Van Pelt striped his drive, knocking it long and down the middle.

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Tiger Woods, Bo Van Pelt In Head-To-Head Matchup At AT&T National

The 2012 AT&T National is now a match play tournament, with Tiger Woods and Bo Van Pelt battling back-and-forth as play winds down at Congressional. The two are three up on the rest of the field, and playing in the same group in what's become a head-to-head battle. Both are tied for the lead at 8-under, and both are playing stroke-for-stroke at the moment.

Woods is in a groove, sitting at 2-under for the day and striking the ball rather well. Two birdies on the front got him to 8-under, in solo first for the tournament. But he's gone quiet since a birdie on nine, recording pars on the next five holes.

Van Pelt, meanwhile, played the front at 1-under, then birdied the 11th to move into a tie for the lead. He's also been solid, putting well and striking the ball nicely as he battles Tiger.

If you're looking for some Sunday fun, tune in for some fun match play action.

For a complete live leaderboard from Congressional, visit Golf.com.

For more on the 2012 AT&T National and the PGA Tour, visit SB Nation Golf.

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AT&T National 2012 Leaderboard: Tiger Woods 1 Shot Back, Chasing Brendon de Jonge

Tiger Woods is one of three tied for second place at the AT&T National, as the leaders play the back nine of their third round. Along with Hunter Mahan and Bo Van Pelt, Woods is chasing leader Brendon de Jonge, who is having another solid day after going 5-under through the first two days of the tournament.

De Jong is currently 2-under on the day and 7-under for the tournament. He's had a bogey-free round thus far, with birdies coming on the 2nd and 6th holes. Woods and Van Pelt are both 4-under for the day and 6-under for the tournament, and both have played bogey-free rounds as well. Woods has completed 13 holes and his last birdie came on the 10th.

It's been a tough day for Mahan, who led the tournament through 36 holes after shooting a spectacular 6-under 65 on Friday. He's 1-over for the day through 11 holes with one birdie and two bogeys.

For a complete live leaderboard from Congressional, visit Golf.com.

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Beau Hossler Thanks Tiger Woods For Invite But Hopes To Beat Him At Congressional

Thanks to his star turn at the U.S. Open, 17-year-oid Beau Hossler is confident he can beat host Tiger Woods and anyone else in the AT&T National field.

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