Tiger Woods sounded an ominous warning to his rivals with talk of a perfect season after cruising to a sixth consecutive tournament victory.
Woods stormed to victory in the WGC Match Play Championship
The world number one said he had never sustained better form, and he now plans to win every event he competes in for the remainder of the 2008 season.
"This is the best stretch I have ever played," Woods said after winning the WGC Match Play Championship.
Asked if he could win every tournament from now, he said: "That's my intent."
Woods, who will bid for his 14th major title at the Masters in April, added that he felt his game was "a work in progress".
"I have a better understanding of how to play the game and how to fix my game, and have a lot more shots than I've ever had," said the 32-year-old.
"I'm going to have to work on a few things but I'm very pleased at the progress that I made this week.
"The ability to adapt and figure things out on the fly is something I'm very proud of."
Woods has long believed he is playing better golf than he did during his golden run from late 1999, when he triumphed seven times in 11 majors.
Stewart Cink, beaten 8&7 by Woods in the final of the Match Play, said: "He's playing better now than he was then. You just don't see very much sloppiness out there.
"He's really learned how to stay within himself. He regulates himself and his heartbeat. It's really impressive and it's paying off for him."