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Withering with Woods

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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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Event

Partners

Scores

WGC-Bridgestone

Rory Sabbatini Kenny Perry

74 75

PGA Championship

Stephen Ames

76

Deutsche Bank

Phil Mickelson

66

BMW Championship

Justin Rose

68

Tour Championship

Mark Calcavecchia

71

Target World Challenge

Jim Furyk

71

Buick Invitational

Stewart Cink Joe Durant

73 75

Dubai Desert Classic

Damien McGrane

79

Accenture Match Play

Stewart Cink

Woods 8 and 7

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ROBERT BECK (WOODS)

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ROBERT BECK (SABBATINI)

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ROBERT BECK (MICKELSON)

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ROBERT BECK (FURYK)

TWO PHOTOS

ROBERT BECK (CINK)

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HARRY HOW/GETTY IMAGES (PERRY)

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NICK DOAN/REUTERS (AMES)

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NICK DOAN/REUTERS (ROSE)

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DAVID WALBERG (CALCAVECCHIA)

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CAL SPORT MEDIA/ABACAUSA.COM (DURANT)

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ADNAN ABIDI/REUTERS (MCGRANE)