In his last nine starts Tiger Woods has ripped off eight wins and a second. Woods has played magnificently but has also benefited from less than stellar play by his final-round playing partners. The only exceptions have been Phil Mickelson, who beat Woods by closing with a 66 to Tiger's 67 at the Deutsche Bank, and Justin Rose, whose 68 in the BMW was a valiant effort that failed to measure up to Tiger's 63. Here's the full rundown.

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Event Partners Scores
WGC-Bridgestone Rory Sabbatini Kenny Perry 74 75
PGA Championship Stephen Ames 76
Deutsche Bank Phil Mickelson 66
BMW Championship Justin Rose 68
Tour Championship Mark Calcavecchia 71
Target World Challenge Jim Furyk 71
Buick Invitational Stewart Cink Joe Durant 73 75
Dubai Desert Classic Damien McGrane 79
Accenture Match Play Stewart Cink Woods 8 and 7
PHOTOROBERT BECK (WOODS)
PHOTOROBERT BECK (SABBATINI) PHOTOROBERT BECK (MICKELSON) PHOTOROBERT BECK (FURYK) TWO PHOTOSROBERT BECK (CINK) PHOTOHARRY HOW/GETTY IMAGES (PERRY) PHOTONICK DOAN/REUTERS (AMES) PHOTONICK DOAN/REUTERS (ROSE) PHOTODAVID WALBERG (CALCAVECCHIA) PHOTOCAL SPORT MEDIA/ABACAUSA.COM (DURANT) PHOTOADNAN ABIDI/REUTERS (MCGRANE)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)