No. 14, Par 5, 590 yards
No hole on the Copperhead course played easier Sunday, and Chrysler Championship champion Retief Goosen was among the many who took advantage. Vijay Singh, however, did not.
Goosen held just a one-shot lead over Singh after the 12th hole but widened it with consecutive birdies, the second of which came at the par 5. The South African hit driver, 3-wood to land just short of the green, then converted with a chip and 4-foot putt.
Singh pushed his second shot to the right rough and had to chip under trees to the green. With two putts from the fringe he could only record par, falling three behind Goosen with four holes remaining.
The hole gave up 33 birdies to 71 players and played to a 4.634-stroke average. Goosen birdied the hole in three of his four rounds.
STAT OF THE DAY
Goosen had eight one-putt greens during his final-round 70.
SHOT OF THE DAY
How about the first ace in Chrysler Championship history? Stewart Cink claimed that distinction with a 244-yard 4-iron at the par-3 eighth hole, his 17th of the day. Cink finished tied for 58th at 6 over par.
BY THE NUMBERS
0: Bogeys by Davis Love (he shot 66) and Justin Leonard (70).
3: PGA Tour victories by Retief Goosen (2001 U.S. Open, 2002 BellSouth Classic, 2003 Chrysler Championship).
4: Top-two finishes by Vijay Singh in his past four PGA Tour starts.
7: Chad Campbell's score on the par-4 18th hole, dropping him from a tie for second to a tie for fourth.
19: Worldwide wins for Goosen.
46: Length, in feet, of the longest made putt Sunday, by Robert Damron.
72: Million-dollar winners this year on the PGA Tour. Stephen Ames, Skip Kendall and Dan Forsman joined the club this week.
339: Yardage of Sunday's long drive, by Brett Quigley on the 445-yard par-4 10th hole.
_ Compiled by John Schwarb.