Kim Clinches Victory

Anthony Kim rallies from a three-shot deficit and win the AT&T National, making him the first American under 25 to win twice in one year on the PGA Tour since Tiger Woods.

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Boswell

A Fitting Champion

» Thomas Boswell | The perfect ending arrives as Anthony Kim wins with the strength and self-confidence that has people wondering if he'll be the next great golfer.  » More From Boswell

Feinstein

Brundred's Legacy Lives On

» John Feinstein | Tiger Woods will be missed this week at the AT&T National, but Ben Brundred, the true champion of Washington golf, should not be forgotten either.  » More From Feinstein

Shapiro

Minus a Tiger, Field Is Still Strong

» Leonard Shapiro | This week's AT&T National may be missing star power with Tiger Woods sidelined, but several players with major pedigrees are in the mix.  » More From Shapiro

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