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Woods Looks Good in U.S. Debut

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Nestled against the cliffs of the Torrey Pines Gliderport, the tee on the par-5 13th hole is the most remote part of the South Course. Spectators can't get back there, which makes it a welcome respite for Tiger Woods.

The scene on 13 was especially serene for Woods in the first round of the Farmers Insurance Open on Thursday. He'd just made a nine-foot putt to go five under par. The wind was down, the weather warm. A buzzing sound got his attention, and he and playing partner Read Full Article »

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