Final Day of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship

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Final Day of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship Tiger Woods secured his win over Stewart Cink on the 29th hole of the Match Play Championship, 8 and 7.
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Woods won the par-5 17th hole in the morning round to get back to 4 up.
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After he made a birdie putt on the 16th, Cink was only 3 down. "I've been a little inconsistent," he said. "I've had some really good moments driving the ball and some really weak moments. But my putting has been solid all week."
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Cink won his first hole of the day on the par-4 12th, leaving Woods 4 up.
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"I've always said I love playing with Tiger because I like watching him play. He and I have known each other for so long," Stewart Cink said prior the match. "When you play with him in the later part of the tournaments it means you're doing something well, so I'm happy to be there again."
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With unique clouds floating above the mountains, Steve Williams helped Woods stay in control of the match.
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Although he found this fairway bunker, Woods's controlled tee shots helped him stay on top of Cink throughout their match.
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Woods answered that by winning the next hole, and the match. "In match play, especially a 36-hole match, you know, if your opponent is not ever really opening the door then you've got to do something spectacular, and I didn't. I just didn't," Cink said.
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Stewart Cink was 8 down until he eagled the par-5 10th hole, the 28th of the match, to win his only hole of the afternoon round. He was 7 down with eight holes remaining.
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"[World Golf Championships are] exactly what they were meant to be, and that's putting the best up against each other more often than just the four majors and The Players," Woods said. "I think that's why we as players and competitors love them. Most of the guys play in Europe or some other part of the world, and we don't get a chance to buck heads."
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This was Woods's fifth straight tournament win, and his 15th World Golf Championship title.
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Woods didn't so much as crack a smile when someone asked him if a perfect season was within reach. "That's my intent," he said. "That's why you play. It you don't believe you can win an event, don't show up."