Furyk posted a 21-under 267 to take home $720,000 and push his yearly earnings over the $4 million. It was his ninth career victory.
After capturing his first major title in June, Sunday's win established another milestone for Furyk as it gives the Pennsylvania native two wins in the same season for the first time in his career.
Woods, who began the day four shots behind Furyk, had a 6-under 66 that left him at 269.
Paul Goydos and Neal Lancaster tied for sixth at 270.