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Woods back to winning ways in charity event
Following Tiger Woods' worst round of the year at Bethpage Black, a tournament win was just the pick me up he would have ordered, even if it was just a charity event.

Joining up with long time friend Notah Begay III, Woods helped the American side to victory in the NB3 Foundation Challenge at Turning Stone Resort's Atunyote Golf Club.

With 12 players taking part and split into American vs Asian players in an "East Meets West" contest, Begay and Woods defeated the partnership of K.J. Choi and Y.E.Yang, contributing to a 2.5 to 0.5 victory for the United States.

The win for Woods gave him an upbeat spin on what had been a disappointing few weeks recently.

"Considering that this time of year I wasn't playing last year, it's been nice to play a full season," Woods said.

"I've been very consistent this year considering I hadn't won in a while. All of a sudden I've got three wins this year. I think that's a positive sign. I've been in contention in a few majors. I've been close. Just got to keep pecking away at it.

"People don't realize that because I sat out for so long last year, I didn't really do any of the work that I needed to do just to improve my game.

"I was just trying to get healthy. The swing changes that I've been trying to implement are finally to start to take shape. I think that's why this season has been so much more productive and why I haven't had the lows I had last year."

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