Sunday Feb 3, 2008
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- Tiger Woods is still winning
just about everywhere he goes.
Woods birdied his last two holes today to rally from a four-shot
deficit to win the Dubai Desert Classic.
One week after winning the Buick Invitational in California by
eight shots, Woods birdied five of his last seven holes to shoot 65
and finish at 14-under-par.
Third-round leader Ernie Els needed a birdie on the par-5 18th
to force a playoff, but a wayward tee shot led to bogey.
Els closed with a 71, finishing in a tie for third at
Woods now has won his last four official tournaments.
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