Tiger Woods cruised through an easy final day to win the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday.
His Day 4 70 was enough to maintain a large margin over the rest of the field all day long. Tiger finished with a 15-under 265, seven strokes ahead of second-place Henrik Stenson and Keegan Bradley.
After tying the course record with a 61 on Friday and dropping jaws with a circus shot on the 13th hole on Saturday, there were few sparks on Sunday. Tiger took a conservative approach with a goal of sticking close to par.
He potted just one birdie and one bogey along with his 16 even-par holes along the way, more than enough to earn his eighth championship at the Firestone Country Club.
The solid win gives the world No. 1 a healthy dose of momentum heading into next week's PGA Championship at Oak Hill.