"He's an extraordinary player who comes along once every generation _ or in his case, maybe once in forever."
_ Grant Waite on Tiger Woods after battling him throughout the final round of the Canadian Open but coming up one shot short.
The accomplishments keep piling up for Tiger Woods. With his ninth victory of the year Sunday at the Canadian Open, Woods has more victories in a season than any player since Sam Snead won 11 in 1950. The $14.9-million he has earned in his last 38 tournaments is more than any other player has earned in a career.
It has been a disappointing year for Lee Janzen, the two-time U.S. Open champion. He has just one top-10 finish, a ninth at the Players Championship in March. Janzen tied for 48th at the Canadian Open, failing to shoot a round in the 60s. He is 68th on the money list with $577,389.