In his last nine starts Tiger Woods has ripped off eight wins and a second. Woods has played magnificently but has also benefited from less than stellar play by his final-round playing partners. The only exceptions have been Phil Mickelson, who beat Woods by closing with a 66 to Tiger's 67 at the Deutsche Bank, and Justin Rose, whose 68 in the BMW was a valiant effort that failed to measure up to Tiger's 63. Here's the full rundown.
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