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Orlando, FL (Sports Network) - Retief Goosen and Ross Fisher both shot five- under 67 to help Lake Nona come back to win its fourth consecutive Tavistock Cup.

Lake Nona, the tournament host, finished with a cumulative score of 41-under- par, while Isleworth came in second at minus-39.

Isleworth held a two-stroke lead over Lake Nona after Monday, which used a fourball, or better ball, format. On Tuesday, each of the four teams counted 18-hole scores for all six of their respective players, and Lake Nona pulled out the win because every member of that team went under par.

In addition to Goosen and Fisher, Graeme McDowell carded a three-under 69, Ben Curtis posted a 70, and Peter Hanson and Gary Woodland recorded 71s. They combined for a score of 17-under-par to add to their total of minus-24 from Monday.

Robert Allenby led Isleworth by firing a round of five-under, while Sean O'Hair and Bubba Watson both shot three-under 69. But the rest of the Isleworth team combined to go just two-under -- Charles Howell III and Daniel Chopra carded 71s, and Bo Van Pelt went for par.

With a cumulative Tuesday score of 13-under, Isleworth couldn't hang onto the lead.

Queenwood finished in third place with a total score of 31-under, while Tiger Woods' Albany team came in last at minus-26. Woods returned to action for the first time since withdrawing from the WGC - Cadillac Championship with an Achilles injury. He shot even par Tuesday.

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