2012 Turkish Airlines World Golf Final

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Justin Rose shot a 65 on Friday to defeat Lee Westwood by one stroke at the World Golf Final in Turkey.
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Rose, who won $1.5 million, didn't lose a match all week. "To not get beaten at all in the group stage and then to win the two finals is a great feeling and it's been a great week," he said.
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Justin Rose shot a 69 to beat Tiger Woods by one shot Thursday afternoon and advance to Saturday's final.
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Lee Westwood shot a course-record 61 while defeated Charl Schwartzel his semifinal match. Westwood will face Rose on Saturday for the title.
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Golf fans have waited all season for the match-up. On Thursday morning in Turkey, they got it, and Tiger Woods thumped Rory McIlroy by six shots in their head-to-head match.
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Woods fired a seven-under 64, while McIlroy shot a 70.
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McIlroy shot rounds of 76, 71 and 70 while going 0-3 for the event.
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Woods advanced to the semifinals and a match with Justin Rose, while McIlroy was eliminated from the event.
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Tiger Woods defeated Matt Kuchar by five strokes Wednesday in the medal match play format at the Turkish Airlines World Golf Final. Woods's match against Rory McIlroy was postponed until Thursday due to rain.
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McIlroy lost to Charl Schwartzel, who birdied three of the last four holes. Schwartzel also defeated Woods on Tuesday.
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Lee Westwood lost to Ryder Cup teammate Justin Rose.
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Webb Simpson shot a 65 to defeat Hunter Mahan by two strokes.
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Mahan has yet to win a match. He lost to Justin Rose on Tuesday.
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Tiger Woods lost his opening match to Charl Schwartzel. The event's format is medal match play, meaning two players compete head-to-head, and the winner is determined by total score for 72 holes.
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Woods shot a 70 in the opening round.
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Woods lost to Charl Schwartzel by two shots in his opening match.
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Rory McIlroy shot an opening-round 76 and fell to Matt Kuchar.
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Rory McIlroy was joined in Turkey by his girlfriend, tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki
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Lee Westwood took advantage of the event's relaxed dress code to play in shorts. He won his opening match against Webb Simpson.
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Schwartzel also sports shorts when he defeated Woods Tuesday morning.
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Matt Kuchar shot a 70 on Tuesday and defeated Rory McIlroy in his opening match.