In Case You Didn't Know, Tiger Woods Runs the Show

Mike DoyonCorrespondent IFebruary 25, 2008

Tiger Tiger Woods y'all!

It would've been nice to see Stewart Cink at least put up a fight today.  But because Tiger is the man, Cink gracefully accepted a good ol' fashioned beat down at the WGC Accenture Match Play in Arizona.

Here's a ridiculous stat: Cink hasn't won a tournament in 86 starts, while in the same stretch Tiger has won 23 times. 

And setting a tournament record with an 8-and-7 victory, Tiger has now won 15 of the 26 WGC tournies he has entered.

Let's be honest.  Woods has beaten the professional golf world, picked it back up, and beaten it some more.  It’s safe to say that if he’s in the field at any given event, he will be accepting the hardware come Sunday afternoon.

Just another tidbit: Woods now ranks fourth for all-time career wins with 63, stepping over Arnold Palmer.  The exchange between the two should prove to be a very interesting one.  Tiger's next stop will be Arnie's Invitational at Bay Hill.

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