Still only 32, Woods is now third on the career victories list behind Jack Nicklaus (73) and Sam Snead (82).
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Woods has won seven of his last eight official starts on Tour; eight of his last nine if you include the unofficial, limited-field Target World Challenge; and nine of his last 10 including Dubai in early February.
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Bryant's 67 was not quite enough to force a playoff. "To us out here on Tour, we understand what he's doing, the magnitude of it," he said. "I think the golf public in general doesn't get it, to be honest with you. Because what he's doing right now, I mean, you can't even hardly fathom it."
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Two bogeys on the front nine dropped Sean O'Hair out of contention. He finished at seven under par.
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Vijay Singh finished three strokes off the lead.
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Vaughn Taylor, who bogeyed his final three holes, finished at even par.
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Nick Watney's final round 73 left him at one under par.
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Lee Westwood double bogeyed the par-4 third hole. He finished at two under par.
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