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Sept. 30, 2002
Sept. 30, 2002

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By Sal Johnson Edited By Alan Shipnuck

Tiger Woods has now won at least five tournaments in each of the
last four years. The last player to do that was Arnold Palmer, in
1960-63.... With the $1 million he earned at the American Express
Championship, Woods is guaranteed his fourth straight PGA Tour
money title. He has won $6.49 million so far in 2002.... K.J.
Choi is the Tour's seventh multiple winner this year. He took the
Tampa Bay Classic by seven shots, the largest margin of victory
in 2002.... In only his fifth start of the year Ty Tryon, 18,
made his first cut as a pro in Tampa, finishing 41st and earning
$8,620.... SAS Championship winner Bruce Lietzke is the first
player to successfully defend a title on the Senior tour this
year. Over the last two years Lietzke has missed only 12 of 108
greens at Prestonwood Country Club in Cary, N.C.

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