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PGA Golf: Tiger Loves Dubai

Mike DoyonCorrespondent IFebruary 5, 2008

I would be lying if I told you that I'm getting tired of writing about Tiger Woods and his (worldwide) domination of whatever golf tournament he's playing in.

Truth is, it's absolutely unreal how good of a golfer he is. He's already done so much, with so many more outstanding years ahead of him. He seems to have kicked this season off on the right foot. 2 for 2 in 2K-ocho.

After winning the Buick Invitational, he disappeared like a Batman smoke grenade went off and ended up in Dubai. After a couple half-decent rounds to start the week off (probably because he just flew 6,000 miles), he capped a ridiculous final round off with a beauty roll on 18 for a 7-under 65.

Proving once again that he remains the standard for perfect performance.

But what was Ernie thinkin' trying to reach the lake-guarded green with a 5-wood?!? Not only did he plunk his approach in the water from 240ish, he didn't even come close.

Ho-hum, another W for Tiger. Did you know that he's got 34 European Tour wins, and he barely plays over there.

On top of the Dubai tourney he just won, the only other logical choice for him on the Euro circuit would be the British Open (technically, it's a Euro sanctioned event but also counts towards the USPGA money list). And, he'll probably win that too.

According to his website, Tiger's next event has yet to be confirmed, but he will likely be kickin' ass and takin' names at the Accenture Match Play in Tucson at the end of February.

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