In the past two weeks Tiger Woods made trips to China and Australia and managed to come home with a new trophy to add to his case. Playing in the JB Were Masters in Melbourne Tiger outlasted a mostly Australian field that included Geoff Ogilvy, Aaron Baddeley, Adam Scott, and Nationwide Tour ace Michael Sim. Tiger edged Greg Chalmers by two strokes finishing the week at 14 under par. After Phil Mickelson won the previous week in China, Tiger further separated the top two ranked players from the rest of the world. Tiger and Phil seem to be doing their best to match each other going into the 2010 season. Unfortunately, due to Tiger’s limited schedule, we may not see any great battles until next spring. If things continue to pan out as they did this fall it will be well worth the wait.
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