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Home in Florida, Tiger Ready to Attack

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One of the top open events on the PGA Tour schedule is this week with the Honda Classic. Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy highlight a strong field at the first event of the Florida Swing. Here ae five things to track as you watch.

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