Tiger Woods made history in Maryland after winning the AT&T National to finally overtake Jack Nicklaus on the all-time PGA Tour victory list.
The 36-year-old held off competition from Bo Van Pelt and Adam Scott to lift his 74th United States Tour win after a final round of 69 left him two shots clear at eight under.
Woods moves to second on the all-time list and is behind just one man in Sam Snead who recorded a tootle of 82 tour victories.
"To do it at 36, I feel like I have a lot of years ahead of me," Woods said. "I remember there was a time when people were saying I could never win again. That was, I think, six months ago and here we are."
This was Woods' third win of the year and he took advantage of some poor play from overnight leader Brendon de Jonge who shot a final round of six over par to finish with a share of 11th place.
It was all square with two holes remaining, but Van Pelt bogeyed the 17th and 18th to hand victory to Woods who also won the Memorial Tournament in Ohio last month.