Tiger Woods finished off the final round of the Zozo Championship on Monday, holding off Hideki Matsuyama to win his 82nd career PGA Tour title, matching a 54-year-old record credited to Sam Snead, who notched the final victory of his Hall of Fame career at age 52 in 1965. Woods has now won PGA Tour events in seven countries: the United States, Canada, Scotland, England, Ireland, Spain and Japan. (He has also won other titles in the United Arab Emirates, Australia, Germany and Thailand.
The victory came in Woods’ first start of the 2019-20 season at the first PGA Tour event to be contested in Japan. And despite his summer physical woes, Woods now has three PGA Tour victories in his past 14 starts. The victory moves him to No. 6 in the world.
Woods shot a final-round 67 to complete the tournament at 261, 19 under par. Matsuyama was 3 shots back. Rory McIlroy and Sung-jae Im tied for third.