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In his first tournament since his divorce, Tiger Woods finally looked like the No. 1 player in the world Thursday at the Barclays when he opened with a 6-under 65, his lowest score of the year, to share the lead with Vaughn Taylor.
Jim Furyk picked a bad time to sleep in.
Dustin Johnson has become a quick study at coping with major disappointment.
On the day after a nightmare-inducing end to the PGA Championship, Dustin Johnson was on his boat off the coast of South Carolina, about as far from a bunker as he could possibly be.
Tiger Woods remained No. 1 in the world ranking Monday, though not even close to that on two lists _ the Ryder Cup and FedEx Cup _ that mean much more these days.
The disappointment of his playoff loss in the PGA Championship didn't last long for Bubba Watson on Sunday.
For two months running now, Dustin Johnson has been "that guy."
Looking for ways to kill time during a fog delay that pushed tee times back, Tiger Woods ate a second breakfast.
Along the humps and hollows of Whistling Straits, against the magnificent backdrop of Lake Michigan, the stage is set for golf's final major championship of the year, the PGA.