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SAN DIEGO -- Tiger Woods was so good for so long at Torrey Pines that it didnt matter how bad it looked at the end. http://www.teamcolombiasoccer.com/Carlos-Sanchez-Copa-America-Jersey/ . In a finish that was fitting for such a long and exasperating week, Woods built an eight-shot lead with five holes to play on Monday until he lost patience with the slow play and started losing shots that only determined the margin of victory. Despite two bogeys and a double bogey in the final hour, he closed with an even-par 72 for a four-shot victory in the Farmers Insurance Open. "Im excited the way I played all week," Woods said. "I hit the ball well -- pretty much did everything well and built myself a nice little cushion. I had some mistakes at the end, but all my good play before that allowed me to afford those mistakes." He won for the 75th time in his PGA Tour career, seven behind the record held by Sam Snead. Woods won this tournament for the seventh time, and he set a PGA Tour record by winning at Torrey Pines for the eighth time, including his 2008 U.S. Open. Woods also has won seven times at Bay Hill and at Firestone. Torrey Pines is a public course that he has turned into his private domain. "I dont know if anybody would have beaten him this week," said Nick Watney, who got within five shots of Woods when the tournament was still undecided until making three bogeys on his next five holes. "Hes definitely on his game." It was the 23rd time Woods has won by at least four shots on the PGA Tour. Defending champion Brandt Snedeker (69) and Josh Teater (69) tied for the second. Watney had a 71 and tied for fourth with Jimmy Walker. Graham DeLaet (71) of Weyburn, Sask., and Ottawas Brad Fritsch (75) both finished seven shots back of Woods. Mike Weir, who made the cut for the first time since July 2011, finished tied for 68th. The Brights Grove, Ont., native shot a 76 in the final round. It was a strong statement for Woods, who was coming off a missed cut last week in Abu Dhabi. This was the second time in his career that Woods won in his next tournament after missing the cut, but this was the first time it happened the following week. Abu Dhabi is now a distant memory. The question how is what kind of season is shaping up for Woods. "I think he wanted to send a message," said Hunter Mahan, who shares a swing coach with Woods. "I think deep down he did. You play some games to try to motivate yourself. Theres been so much talk about Rory (McIlroy). Rory is now with Nike. That would be my guess." The last time Woods won at Torrey Pines also was on a Monday, when he beat Rocco Mediate in a playoff to capture the U.S. Open for his 14th major. Of all his wins on this course along the Pacific, this might have been the most peculiar. Thick fog cost the tournament an entire day of golf on Saturday, forcing the first Monday finish in tournament history. Woods effectively won the tournament during his 25 holes on Sunday, when he turned a two-shot lead into a six-shot margin with only 11 holes to play. CBS Sports wanted to televise the final day in late afternoon on the East Coast, but it still went long because of the pace of play. It took Woods about 3 hours, 45 minutes to finish his 11 holes on Monday. His 19-hole win over Mediate lasted 4 1/2 hours. As much as Woods got off to a good start, equal attention was given to slow play, an increasing problem on the PGA Tour. "It got a little ugly toward the end," Woods said. "I started losing patience a little bit with the slow play. I lost my concentration a little bit." He made bogey from the bunker on No. 14. He hooked a tee shot off the eucalyptus trees and into a patch of ice plant on the 15th, leading to double bogey. After another long wait on the 17th tee, he popped up his tee shot and made another bogey. With a four-shot lead on the 18th -- Kyle Stanley blew a three-shot lead a year ago -- he hit wedge safely behind the hole for a two-putt par. Woods finished on 14-under 274 for his 14th win in California, and 11th in San Diego County. "I think a win always makes it special, especially the way I played," Woods said. "To have not won would have been something else because I really played well. Playing the way I did for most of this tournament, until the very end, the last five holes, I felt like I should have won this tournament. I put myself in a position where I had a big enough lead, and thats basically how I felt like I played this week. "I know I can do that, and it was nice to be able to do it." Like so many of his big wins, the only drama was for second place. Brad Fritsch, the rookie from Canada, birdied his last two holes for a 75. That put him into a tie for ninth, however, making him eligible for the Phoenix Open next week. Fritsch had been entered in the Monday qualifier that he had to abandon when the Farmers Insurance Open lost Saturday to a fog delay. Woods was so far ahead that he would have had to collapse for anyone to have a chance, and that never looked possible. Even so, the red shirt seemed to put him on edge. It didnt help that as he settled over his tee shot on the par-5 ninth, he backed off when he heard a man behind the ropes take his picture. Woods rarely hits the fairway after an encounter with a camera shutter, and this was no different -- it went so far right that it landed on the other side of a fence enclosing a corporate hospitality area. Woods took his free drop, punched out below the trees into the fairway and then showed more irritation when his wedge nicked the flag after one hop and spun down the slope 30 feet away instead of stopping next to the hole. He didnt show much reaction on perhaps his most memorable shot of the day -- with his legs near the edge of a bunker some 75 feet to the left of the 11th green, he blasted out to the top shelf and watched the ball take dead aim until it stopped a foot short. A two-putt birdie on the 13th gave him an eight-shot lead, and then it was only a matter of time -- a lot of time -- until the trophy presentation. Before anyone projects a monster year for Woods based on one week, especially when that week is at Torrey Pines, remember that no one else in golf -- not even McIlroy -- is the subject of more snap judgments. Woods, however, likes the direction he is headed, especially with his short game. "Im excited about this year. Im excited about what Im doing with Sean (Foley) and some of the things that Ive built," he said. "This is a nice way to start the year." Woods is not likely to return to golf until the Match Play Championship next month. http://www.teamcolombiasoccer.com/Farid-Diaz-Copa-America-Jersey/ .ca. Hi Kerry, In the Boston-Buffalo game on Wednesday night in the second period, Sabres defenceman Tyler Myers slashes Bruins forward Brad Marchand and then punches him in the head! How and why does Marchand get the penalty, with no call on Myers? He then scores a go-ahead goal! My question would be - does a supervising official between periods give the refs the talking down a player would get from his coach? This call could cost a team two points on very questionable officiating! Thanks,Ken MacAskill Ken: Both you and broadcast analyst Joe Micheletti made the correct call on this play. http://www.teamcolombiasoccer.com/Eder-Alvarez-Balanta-Copa-America-Jersey/ . They were watching tape during the 2008 Grey Cup when Barker, himself a former coach, was then Calgarys senior vice-president of football operations and player-personnel director. Barker turned to the young assistant and made what Chamblin thought at the time was a terribly bold prediction. http://www.teamcolombiasoccer.com/Daniel-Torres-Copa-America-Jersey/ .A. Happ and catcher Erik Kratz had a plan.MILWAUKEE - Kendall Marshall and the rest of the Milwaukee Bucks reserves were too much for the Miami HeatMarshall came off the bench and tied his career-high with 20 points on 7 of 8 from the floor, including three big 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Miami Heat 109-85 on Friday night.In beating Miami for the second time this season, the Bucks bench outscored the Heats bench 60-18, which was led by Khris Middletons 14 points, Jerryd Bayless 12 and Jared Dudleys eight.Milwaukees starters helped out, too, as the team snapped a three-game losing streak. Jabari Parker and Giannis Antetokounmpo each had 14 points and Brandon Knight added 13.We played well, Marshall said. We have to find a way to do that for 48 minutes consistently. Thats what the great teams do in this league and thats what were striving to be.Marshall took over for Knight who picked up his fourth foul early in the fourth.Again tonight, when Knight gets in trouble, Kendall steps right in and helps us find a way to win, Bucks coach Jason Kidd said.Dwyane Wade matched his season-high with 28 points, but scored only seven in the second half. Chris Bosh had 13 of his 21 points in the first two quarters as the Heat opened their five-game road trip with a third straight loss.The Heat was without starters Norris Cole and Luol Deng and reserve Chris Anderson. Milwaukee was missing Ersan Ilysova (broken nose) and John Henson (sprained left foot).The Bucks started the fourth with a nine-point lead and pushed it to 89-72 on the first of Marshalls 3-pointers with 8:04 left to play. Milwaukee kept up its attack and capitalized on the Heats inability to score.Offensively, we couldnt score the basketball, Wade said. You got to put the ball in the basket to win games, and we went for a long time without scoring.Miami, which shot 44 per cent from the field, missed its first five sshots and didnt score from the floor until Mario Chalmers 3-pointer at 7:26. http://www.teamcolombiasoccer.com/Carlos-Valderrama-Copa-America-Jersey/. By then, it was too late as Marshall and the Bucks pulled away for the win and their biggest margin of victory this season.It really starts on the defensive end, Marshall said. We were able to get stops and get out in transition. That makes the offence a lot easier.Milwaukee had 15 of its 24 fast break points in the first half to Miamis four of six.Heat coach Erik Spolestra said it was too early to make changes in the lineup.Right now, I cant say if there will be any adjustments, he said. I have to get into the film and look at everything. Well go from there.___TIP-INSThe Heat: Wade has scored at least 20 points for eight consecutive games, his longest such streak since going 13 straight from Feb. 23 to March 17 in 2013. . Forward Josh McRoberts made his second consecutive start this season while Norris Cole missed his second straight.The Bucks: Parker scored 12 points going 6 of 9 from the field in the first half. . Through the third quarter, the Bucks had 22 fast-break points to the Heats four. . Thinking he might be without all his big men, coach Jason Kidd said, Well play all the point guards, if we have to. Well play all the Smurfs.UP NEXTMiami plays at Memphis on Sunday.Milwaukee is at Dallas on Sunday.WADE MAKES HUGE ASSISTWade provided a gift of $195,000 over three years to Marquette Universitys Ralph C. Hartman Literacy and Learning Center on Friday afternoon. The gift through his Wades World Foundation helps launch the Dwyane Wade Live to Dream summer reading program in order to shrink the areas literacy gap among inner-city children. Wade attended Marquette from 2000 to 2003.BATTLE OF THE BOARDSMilwaukee grabbed 45 rebounds to Miamis 20, the fewest by any NBA team this season, and held the Heat to three offensive boards, an opponent season low. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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