Tiger Enjoying Low Score, High Confidence

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John Senden, for one, was not surprised in the least.

As for the golf world in general, decide for yourself.

World No. 1 Tiger Woods had started the Deutsche Bank Championship by practically falling down in the blocks, then corrected himself late in the day to climb out of last place in the 99-man field.

All of a sudden, with Woods starting to grasp the nuances of his newly tweaked swing, there's a difference between dead last and a dead man walking.

"The last four or five holes yesterday, he looked great," said Senden, who played with Woods both days....

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