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Topic - U.S. Open Playoff
Coming off a seven-shot win in a World Golf Championship, Woods played nine holes at Oak Hill on Tuesday and feels as good as ever about his game.
Tiger Woods is leaving nothing to chance in his last chance this year to win a major.
The U.S. Golf Association is not opposed to inflicting cruel and unusual punishment at its premier championship, so here's something it might want to consider.
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The list was on his bedroom wall growing up, a daily reminder to Tiger Woods about his goals in life. Simple, yet audacious, the plan was to break the records set by Jack Nicklaus and become the greatest golfer ever.