After a ho-hum outward nine of 35, which featured nine straight pars on the front side, Tiger Woods finally got on the board with his first birdie of the day. He canned his moderate-length birdie putt to get to 16-under and extend his lead to nine shots. It was the fourth straight day he birdied the 10th hole, and after all the boring pars on the front side, Tiger sarcastically marked it up on the board as he was walking off the green:
Woods has been so dominant the past three days that it's made the Sunday round rather uneventful, the world No. 1 just casually strolling into the clubhouse where he'll pick up his eighth WGC-Bridgestone Invitiational title. That matches a PGA Tour record -- of his own eight wins at Bay Hill and Sam Snead's eight victories at the historic stop in Greensboro. Not a bad way to go into the season's final major at Oak Hill this week.