BETHESDA, Md. (AP) - Bryce Molder of Conway, Ark., is moving in some heady company these days.
The college golf standout at Georgia Tech finished fourth Sunday in the AT&T National, just five strokes behind winner Tiger Woods.
In the tournament on the Congressional Country Club course in this Washington suburb, Molder matched Woods' 64 on the opening day, then followed with a pair of 70s while Woods shot 66 and 70 in the second and third rounds. On the final day, Woods fired a 67, Molder a 68.
Woods got his win with a 4-day total of 267, 13 strokes under par, while Molder was at 272. In second place was Hunter Mahan, at 268, while Anthony Kim edged out Molder with a 271.
Woods takes home $1,080,000 for his victory, while Molder received a check for $288,000.