Jim Furyk didn't quite run away with the Tour Championship on Sunday, but he did enough to survive a late push by Luke Donald and claim the $10 million bonus.

In all, it was over an $11 million pull for Furyk, who made a masterful chip shot on 18 from the right bunker that bounced just over the hole and settle about 30 inches away.

As Donald watched from the scoring tent, all he could do was smile at the shot and secretly hope Furyk might get a quick case of the yips and have to settle for a playoff battle.

There were few who weren't smiling after the shot, especially as Furyk flipped his hat backward before standing over the putt and then draining it. It was a succession of joy for Furyk; from the chip shot to the putt to the raucous celebration rarely seen from him on the golf course.

Furyk finished at -8 for the tournament after back-to-back days shooting even par. Conditions worsened the final two days of the tournament leading to lower scores, but Furyk shot out of the gate early, going into the weekend at -8, a score that would stand at the end of the day Sunday.

Quite possibly the most magnificent fact following the tournament was an admission by Furyk. The putter he used to win $11.35 million was purchased at a discount golf shop near Boston for $39.

By Hurricane Golf calculations, he can now afford to buy 291,025 more of them. Or one for every person in all but 63 U.S. cities. Personally, I think Anchorage, AK could use some putters, Jim.

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