Luke Donald had yet another top 10 finish at the weekend to take over at the top of he PGA Tour's season's standings.
Donald could have been excused for being a little weary after winning the European Tour's flagship at Wentworth just over a week ago, but he showed no signs of tiredness as he ended up seventh at The Memorial tournamant in Ohia, America.
Donald consolidated his world number one slot and is one of the favourites for the US Open at Congressional Country Club in Maryland in two weeks time.
But it was Steve Strikcer who triumphed. The classy American played well all week but stuttered a little on the final round to end up winning by just a single shot from Matt Kuchar and Brandt Jobe.
Stricker said: "It was a little bit of a struggle. I hung tough and made a couple of cruicial putts when I had to."
It was Stricker's 10th PGA Tour win of his career and moved him up to 11th in the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup overall standings.
Rory McIlroy ended up fifth after a solid four days of golf.
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