Tiger Woods Dominates again: Wins Buick Invitational

Tiger Woods started the day two strokes behind the leaders, but finished the day holding the Buick Invitational trophy in his hands. He may have had to walk the course, but he's driving home in a new Buick and taking $918,000 for the win. He shot a 66 and had the lowest round of the day.

It was Tiger's 55th career win. With seven PGA consecutive wins, he is second only to Byron Nelson for longest winning streaks. When asked, Tiger said he plans to take some time off and did not commit to when he will play again.

Charles Howell, III, finished two behind Tiger to take second. Howell, with 4,951 points, has now taken over first place in the FedEx Cup. Vijay Singh drops to second place. Tiger picked up 4,500 points for today's win.

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