Graeme McDowell, G-Mac/Dunn/ Getty Images Graeme McDowell, G-Mac, finished with a 4-under par round of 68, and a tournament total of -17 under par, to win the Tiger Woods World Challenge presented by Northwestern Mutual by three shots on Sunday. It was Graeme's first title in two years, he was determined to win as he held off the challenge of Keegan Bradley. G-Mac was really happy with this result; "This really caps off my season, we try not to put winning on a pedestal, but this one feels very sweet because it's been a grind all year. Certainly I will draw some confidence from this one, the game hasn't given me a huge amount this year. My dollar average around this country club is fairly high, I'm probably right up there in the top-five in the world in California, no doubt about it. We'll have to look at playing a little bit more here on the West Coast. I'm over the moon to get the job done, for two years I've been saying things like processes and trying to get better and be patient and hopefully the wins will come. So I guess I got fed up with telling everybody that I'm playing well. I guess I'm relieved to get across the line and take some nice confidence into this little off period I've got coming up." Graeme won for the first time since he beat Tiger Woods in a playoff at Sherwood Country Club to close out a dream season in 2010, that included his first major at the U.S. Open and the winning point for Europe at the Ryder Cup. Second placed Keegan Bradley was at -14 under par for the tournament after his final round of -3 under par 69. Bo Van Pelt finished alone in third spot at -10 under par, with a last round of -2 under par 70. Tournament host Tiger Woods finished tied in fourth place at -9 under par, with Jim Furyk and Rickie Fowler, Tiger admitted he had struggled a bit this week; "I struggled with my game a little bit this week, I just managed myself well to get around in these conditions. It's been a long year, and I've played a lot, and just really looking forward to a break. Just having nothing to do with golf for a few weeks, just put the clubs away, enjoy the holidays, be with my kids and just really enjoy that. Then after that I'll start cranking back up again and start focusing on my shots."