Memorial Tournament 2012: Tiger Woods Ties Rory Sabbatini With Incredible Shot

In 2007, Rory Sabbatini said Tiger Woods was "as beatable as ever." On Sunday at the 2012 Memorial Tournament, Sabbatini may be beaten by a much more beatable Tiger.

Woods played one of the finest shots you'll ever see on the 16th in the final round at the Memorial on Sunday, flopping a pitch from deep rough onto the green that rolled 25 feet and slipped in for a seismic birdie that tied Sabbatini for the lead at 8-under. Woods is 4-under for the day.

Sabbatini had a chance to take the lead back with a birdie on the 15th, but rolled his putt about five feet past, then sank the par putt. With two holes left for Tiger and three for the Rory who is not Rory McIlroy, the ending to this final round could be classic.

You can view the full Memorial leaderboard at Golf.com.

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