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Woods, who sat out with injuries, was all smiles in a purple-and-white striped polo and jeans. When one small fan said, “It’s nice to meet you in person,” Woods looked up with a smile and said thanks.
Woods met the winners of a contest in which fans hunted the course for a winning hidden ticket that also got them a copy of his video game, other prizes, and pictures with him. He took several pictures with the family on the putting green.
He did not talk to reporters except for one TV interview.
CANTLAY CAN’T MISS: Patrick Cantlay, a sophomore-to-be at UCLA, ended his memorable month in the big leagues with a 67 on Sunday to tie for 20th at the AT&T National.
Cantlay, who won the Jack Nicklaus Award as the nation’s top Division I golfer, qualified for the U.S. Open, then tied for 21st at Congressional and was low amateur. A week later, he set a course record at the TPC River Highlands with 10-under 60 in the second round, the lowest score ever by an amateur. He ended up in a tie for 24th.
Cantlay became the first amateur since Ricky Barnes in 2003 to make three cuts in one season.
CHIP SHOTS: Adam Scott, who was tied for third, had his third top-10 and first since he was the runner-up at the Masters. … Justin Rose was tied for 15th for the second-best finish ever by a defending AT&T champion. … Coming off consecutive missed cuts, rookie Chris Kirk was tied for eighth.
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