2013 Tampa Bay Championship results: Kevin Streelman holds on for the win

Kevin C. Cox

Streelman won his first career tournament on Sunday in Tampa. Here's how the field finished.

Kevin Streelman won the 2013 Tampa Bay Championship on Sunday, taking home first place at 10-under par. He had to hold off a hard-charging Boo Weekley, who finished at 8-under par despite starting Sunday morning at even par.

Cameron Tringale finished alone in third place at 7-under par, and had a very nice Sunday round at 5-under. Luke Donald, Greg Chalmers, and Justin Leonard all finished in a tie for fourth at 6-under par, and seven players, including Sergio Garcia and Jim Furyk, finished in a tie for seventh at 5-under par.

Weekley, Tringale and Streelman each carded the best three rounds on Sunday, with Pat Perez and Graham DeLaet finishing tied with Streelman at 4-under par.

You can see the full leaderboard here, courtesy of pgatour.com.

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