2012 Players Championship Update: Matt Kuchar Wins Fourth Career PGA Tour Event

American Matt Kuchar has risen to the top of the leaderboard on Sunday at The Players Championship, as he is one-under for the day through 10 holes and 12-under for the tournament.

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2012 Players Championship Final Leaderboard: Matt Kuchar Fights Off Competition For Win

Despite a number of golfers making charges on the final day of the 2012 Players Championship, 33-year-old Matt Kuchar was able to take home the 2012 Players Championship Title at TPC Sawgrass with a score of 13-under par.

Entering the day one stroke behind then leader Kevin Na, Kuchar took advantage of a rough start by Na to gain control of the lead. It was not without a fight, however, as Martin Laird was able to get into the race with a round of five-under. He would come up short, finishing tied for second with Rickie Fowler, Zach Johnson and Ben Curtis for second place at two-under.

This is the fourth career win for the journeyman Kuchar and his first since The Barclays in 2010.

A full leaderboard can be viewed at Golf.com.

We'll keep you up to date with all the latest news and updates for this tournament in this StoryStream. Still not enough golf for you, head over to Waggle Room or the SB Nation Golf Hub Page.

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