Tiger Woods wins British Open
Sunday, July 17, 2005
Tiger Woods has won the British Open Championship at St Andrews for the second time. Woods had held the lead at the Old Course since the first day of the championship, with opening rounds of 66-67. He then battled tough conditions on the third day for a 71, and hit a closing round of 70; five shots clear of Colin Montgomerie.
The win at St Andrews marks Tiger Woods' 10th major title of his career.
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