2006 Buick Invitational Recap

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WOODS DRIVES OFF WITH ANOTHER BUICK!
By Bob Acton of Sportingbet USA – now SuperBook.com

When most people have a conversation about cars and someonementions Buick, the majority of people instantly conjure up apicture of Tiger Woods standing over a golf ball. Yes the powerof advertising can be explosive when a product aligns itself,with an icon like Mr. Woods.

After taking what for him amounted to a lengthy sabbatical fromthe links, Tiger began his third decade on this planet with astunning playoff victory in the Buick Invitational at Torrey Pines.

Woods began 2006 the way he ended 2005 in that he stood helplesslywhile a close friend missed a very makeable putt. Four monthsago, Woods was in a playoff with John Daly in the American ExpressChampionship at Harding Park, the public course in San Francisco,where Daly missed a 3-foot par putt on the second playoff hole.

On a public course Woods has played since he was 12, he wasgoing through a mental rehearsal of how to hit his tee shot onthe 17th at Torrey Pines when Jose Maria Olazabal’s 4-foot parputt dipped below the cup and ran over the lip.

Just as he did four months ago, Woods closed his eyes and bowedhis head. Just like that Woods had captured his 4th Buick Invitationaltitle to go alongside the four from the Augusta National, BayHills and Firestone.

You may want to check the lines being offered in the ‘Golf’section here at Sportingbet USA – now SuperBook.com – as they are offering the proposition, of many majors Tiger willwin this year.

At the age of 30 he most likely will play the best golf of hiscareer, as mentally and physically he is in the prime of his careerand that is bad news for Mickleson, Singh, Els, Goosen and therest of the lads on the PGA Tour!

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