2009 Australian Masters

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Tiger Woods won his seventh title of the year, closing with a 68 to win by two strokes.
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found trouble on No. 4, but he escaped with a bogey and finished with a two-under 70.
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made two birdies and a bogey for a 71.
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made four birdies and three bogeys for a 71.
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made an eagle, four birdies and a double bogey for a 68.
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Record crowds turned out to see Tiger Woods's first round at the Australian Masters.
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didn't disappoint, shooting a six-under 66 for a share of the lead.
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made three-straight birdies on the front nine, his second nine.
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managed a one-under 71, leaving him five strokes back.
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was on hand to cheer for her boyfriend, Scott.
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settled for an even-par 72.
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made only one bogey in his opening 68.
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Woods made four birdies and no bogeys on Friday.
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Tiger Woods leads by three shots over three players heading into the weekend.
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Woods birdied three of his opening six holes to grab control of the tournament.
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Woods had plenty of support at Kingston Heath.
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had a chance to catch Woods on the closing holes, but he had to settle for second place.
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and Woods were the only Americans who made the cut.
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finished in fifth place after a 73.
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Tiger Woods started the day with a three-shot lead, but he shot even par and now finds himself tied for the lead with James Nitties and Greg Chalmers.
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Woods made two birdies and two bogeys on Saturday.
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After hitting a poor drive on No. 13, Woods slammed his driver to the ground and it bounced into the crowd. "That was my mistake," Woods said. "I got hot after a bad tee shot and let go of the club."
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Nitties shot a bogey-free 69.
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Chalmers made four birdies and a bogey for a 69.
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briefly held the lead, but he made three bogeys coming in.
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shot a bogey-free, two-under 70.