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The Tour Report

August 4 2013

4:47 PM

Woods' builds nine-stroke advantage

AKRON, Ohio -- What has turned into Tiger Woods' victory lap continues midway through the back nine Sunday during the final round of the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational.

Woods finally got his first birdie in the final round when he rolled in a 7-footer at the 10th hole. That moved him to 16 under and he's now nine strokes ahead of his nearest competitors, Keegan Bradley, Jason Dufner and Henrik Stenson, through 13 holes.

Tee to green, Woods has been steady, hitting six of his first 11 fairways but still managing to find 10 of 13 greens in regulation. He's used 22 putts already, though -- which was his total for 18 holes on Friday when Woods shot that sizzling 61.