Bill Haas wins the 2013 AT&T National at Congressional CC

Rob Carr

Bill Haas has won his fourth PGA Tour event in as many years, taking home the AT&T National on Sunday.

Bill Haas won the 2013 AT&T National on Sunday afternoon, shooting 12-under par for the weekend. It's his fourth victory on the PGA Tour in the last four years.

Haas entered the final round on Sunday in seventh place. He went on to move up the leaderboard, hitting three straight birdies on holes 8 through 10 to take the lead. Two more birdies on the back nine gave him a comfortable three-stroke lead on the tournament. He finished the final round with a 5-under 66 on the day.

Roberto Castro, who entered the final round in first place, finished second. He didn't have a bad day, shooting a 2-under 69, but Haas was nearly flawless, and the final holes went on without much drama.

Haas joins Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Justin Rose as the only players to win at least one PGA Tour event in each of the last four years.

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