Tiger Woods’s golf season in 2008

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Woods wins Bay Hill to stay undefeated in 2008 Tiger Woods drained a big-breaking 25-foot putt on the 18th hole to beat Bart Bryant by a stroke at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill on Sunday. It was the latest amazing feat for Woods, who has won every tournament he's entered this year and has now tied Ben Hogan with his 64th career PGA Tour victory. Here's a look back at the weekend and what he's accomplished so far this season.
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Buick Invitational Woods started his year with a 19-under, eight-shot romp at the Buick in late January at Torrey Pines, site of this year's U.S. Open. With that win, he tied Arnold Palmer on the career victory list at 62. Afterward, he celebrated with children from the Tiger Woods Foundation.
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"I knew that I could attain another level," Woods said after the Buick. "And here we are."
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Dubai Desert Classic Woods made his largest comeback in eight years to defeat Ernie Els in Dubai in early February. He birdied five of his last seven holes for his second victory of the year.
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WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship Against a dramatic Arizona backdrop in late February, Woods easily defeated Stewart Cink, 8 and 7, in the final match of this year's match play.
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Talk of a perfect season has followed Woods all year. After his match play win, the topic came up again, and Woods didn't blink. "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."
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"I think maybe we ought to slice him open to see what's inside," Cink said after his defeat. "Maybe nuts and bolts."