Tiger Woods bounced back from defeat to Padraig Harrington to win the Grand Slam of Golf for the seventh time.
The world No1 - beaten by Harrington in a play-off for the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament in Japan at the weekend - carded a second round 66 to edge out Jim Furyk by two shots at Poipu Bay in Hawaii.
World No 2 Furyk led Woods by three shots after the first round but had to settle for second best as the game's top player hit six birdies in an immaculate final round.
Woods finished on eight under par to win the event for the seventh time in nine attempts with US Open winner Geoff Ogilvy six adrift after a closing 74.
Canadian left-hander Mike Weir also had a 74 to finish last on over over par.
Woods, who earned $500,000 for the win, said: "I certainly played better than I did yesterday. I've always loved coming here."