As with his previous three wins in 2013, it wasn't quite "vintage Tiger coasting to a win." But for the fourth time this season, it was enough to finish on top -- this time on a course where his struggles have been well documented. In fact, this is the earliest on the calendar that Woods has ever had four wins in a year, an amazing feat considering the number of spectacular seasons on his resume. And while this doesn't end his drought in major championships, it continues his ascension back to being the sport's dominant No. 1 player. He's now won a World Golf Championship and a tournament often referred to as the "fifth major." The real thing can't be too far off.