Bill Haas won the AT&T National on Sunday, posting a 12-under-par 272 in the process.
It marked the first victory on the PGA Tour for the 31-year-old this year. It was his seventh top-10 finish of 2013.
Here's a look at the top finishers on Sunday at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland.
3. D.H. Lee (-8)
D.H. Lee, known around the world for flipping off the gallery on Saturday, rebounded to post a stunning 64 on Sunday and finished in a tie for third place at AT&T National 2013.
Lee had nine birdies to two bogeys on the final day of the tournament. He finished first in the field in putts per GIR and driving accuracy, and second in putts per round and birdies (21), according to CBSSports.com.
Per PGATour.com, Lee came into the tournament ranked 31st on tour in driving accuracy, as well as 90th in putting (strokes gained). It marked just his second top-10 finish on tour this year.
2. Roberto Castro (-9)
This marked Roberto Castro's first top-10 finish of the year. It came after missing the cut at the Travelers Championship.
The 28-year-old finished with three birdies and one bogey on Sunday. His putting game and ability to stay out of trouble guided him to a second-place finish at Congressional. He ranked second in the field in putts per round and first in bogeys (five), according CBSSports.com.
Per PGATour.com, Castro ranked 176th on tour in putting (strokes gained) coming into AT&T National this year. He placed 29th in the tournament last year.
1. Bill Haas (-12)
After posting a 70 in the first round, Bill Haas went on to score a 68 or lower in each of the next three rounds to capture AT&T National 2013.
That included registering a 66 on Sunday, complete with six birdies (one bogey).
Haas ranked second in the field in putts per GIR and fourth in GIR, according CBSSports.com. Per PGATour.com, he ranked ninth on tour in GIR and 45th in putting (strokes gained) coming into the tournament.
Haas also posted a tournament-high 25 birdies through four rounds.
The world No. 29 last appeared at AT&T National in 2011, finishing 34th that year.
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