By Brian Wacker, PGATOUR.COM
BETHESDA, Md. -- Bill Haas arrived at the AT&T National having missed three of his last four cuts. He left with the trophy and his second win in the last 18 months.
Haas shot 66 to finish 12 under and three shots clear of Roberto Castro.
Castro had a 69.
D.H. Lee, who had the best round of the week and his season with a 64, tied for third at 8 under along with Jason Kokrak.
With the win, Haas earns 500 FedExCup points and moves inside the top 10 in the standings. Haas won the FedExCup in 2011.
Whe he finished, Tiger Woods, whose foundation benefits from the tournament and won here a year ago, was there to greet him.
Woods sat out with a strained left elbow.
When the day began, Haas was in a four-way tie at the top and 10 players were within four shots of the lead.
But on a Congressional course that didn't play much different than when it hosted the U.S. Open two years ago, Haas was nearly flawless on Sunday, especially down the stretch.
He played last 11 holes in 5 under, making five birdies and no bogeys and was the only player with four rounds under par for the week.
The victory is his first since the Northern Trust Open last year. He has at least one win each of the last four seasons.
It's also the fifth of his career, coming in his 229th career starts. Haas' father Jay got his his fifth win in his 181st start.