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After rallying to a dramatic victory in the Hong Kong Open, U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy brings plenty of momentum into this week's showdown with world No. 1 Luke Donald for the European Tour money title.
Tiger Woods appeared to turn his back on Torrey Pines when he announced last week that he would open his 2012 season that week in Abu Dhabi at the HSBC Championship, with an appearance fee that likely approaches $3 million.
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