Woods coasts to victory in his own event

Tiger Woods capped off six months of total domination with victory in the Target World Challenge by four shots.

In true Tiger Woods fashion the world number one took complete control on Sunday to win the Target World Challenge. A superb front nine led to a 66 that was good enough to take the title by four shots.

Woods started the day behind US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy, but after just three holes he had taken the lead. Six birdies on the front nine were too much for Ogilvy, and Tiger cruised to victory through the back nine.

This is Woods? 11th victory of the year, which includes two Majors, and an incredible run of five wins in a row.

Ogilvy finished on 12-under-par to take second place, one ahead of American Chris DiMarco.

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