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TIGER WOODS admitted he was not at his best when winning the Ford Championship at Doral in Miami.
The world number one made it three wins in five starts this year when beating Ryder Cup team-mate David Toms and Colombian rookie Camilo Villegas by one stroke to become the first player since Ray Floyd in 1981 to achieve a successful defence of the title at the "Blue Monster".
After playing the first 16 holes in five under to maintain his two-shot overnight lead it suddenly all became a bit tense with a bogey on the 17th when he sent a 113-yard pitch over the green and failed to get up and down.
It looked as if he might need a par at the demanding final hole to avoid his third play-off of the season, but up ahead Toms had his first three-putt of the week.
As a result Woods could afford to finish with two bogeys - and did.