The man wins even when he isn't trying to win. Tiger was shaky down the stretch (!), holding a three-stroke lead with six holes to play, and ending up in a playoff with Stewart Cink. Four holes later, Tiger Woods was the WGC-Bridgestone champion.
And if you're wondering why I'm posting this now, and the tournament is still going on on television, it's because they started the final round early this morning to avoid some inclement weather that was blowing in. And CBS didn't want to change the time slot. Thus, you get tape delay golf. At least they had a reason, unlike ESPN.