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Doubles Trouble
September 27, 2004
Tiger Woods (below) may have underachieved in his four Ryder Cup appearances, but he is rapidly closing in on a Ryder record: most partners. Woods has been paired with 10 different players in his better-ball and foursome events, only two fewer than alltime leader Bernhard Langer, Europe's 2004 captain, who has competed in 10 Ryders. Woods's 1--3 performance last week (his lone win came in Saturday's better-ball event with Chris Riley) left him with a 5101 mark in two-man play. Here's how he has fared with each of his partners. --Sal Johnson
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September 27, 2004

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Partner

Woods's Record

Chris Riley*

1-0-0

Davis Love III*

2-1-0

Steve Pate

1-1-0

Justin Leonard

0-0-1

Mark O'Meara

1-2-0

Paul Azinger

0-1-0

Mark Calcavecchia

0-1-0

David Duval

0-1-0

Tom Lehman

0-1-0

Phil Mickelson*

0-2-0

*2004 Ryder partner

Tiger Woods (below) may have underachieved in his four Ryder Cup appearances, but he is rapidly closing in on a Ryder record: most partners. Woods has been paired with 10 different players in his better-ball and foursome events, only two fewer than alltime leader Bernhard Langer, Europe's 2004 captain, who has competed in 10 Ryders. Woods's 1--3 performance last week (his lone win came in Saturday's better-ball event with Chris Riley) left him with a 5101 mark in two-man play. Here's how he has fared with each of his partners. -- Sal Johnson

Sal Johnson

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