Taxing Weekend Ahead for Tiger, Phil

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The field for this week's Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines is so deep and rich you could really say it's in another tax bracket.

It's a treat to get Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson on this kind of track, in this seaside setting, in general agreement on California's income-withholding policy.

Rory McIIroy, the world's No.1 player, is not here, but the tournament already seems so stuffed that his absence will hardly be...

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