Tiger Woods has won his first tournament in five years and 80th PGA Tour title of his career after victory in the Tour Championship in Atlanta.
The American, 42, shot a one-over 71 in Atlanta for his 80th PGA Tour title.
It marks a remarkable return to the top for Woods, who was ranked world number 1,199 less than a year ago after having spinal fusion surgery.
England’s world number one Justin Rose finished tied fourth to secure the overall FedEx Cup which determines the season-long PGA Tour champion.
Rose birdied the 18th at East Lake for a 73 to finish on six under and seal the top-five finish he needed to win the $10m (£7.6m) bonus on offer as FexEx Cup champion.
“I had a hard time not crying on the last hole,” Woods, who finished at 11 under, two clear of compatriot Billy Horschel, told NBC. “I had to suck it up and hit some shots. Once I got the ball on the green, it was done. I could handle it from there.”
The 14-time major champion’s last tournament victory was in August 2013 in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.