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Tiger Woods bogeyed his first three holes Saturday and it didn't
get much better in the Australian Open. He wound up with a 3-over
75, going from a one-shot lead to six shots behind John Senden.
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It's early yet in the tournament, but the fact that Tiger was leading a tournament after two rounds causes one to wonder what it all means and if this is a sign he will once again become a force in pro golf.
The buzz around Tiger evaporated quickly Saturday at the Australian Open, but don't expect Woods to wallow in his third-round 75, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Tiger Woods keeps referring to the "process" as he tries to work his way back toward the top of golf.
Tiger Woods bogeyed his first three holes Saturday and it didn’t get much better. He wound up with a 3-over 75, going from a one-shot lead to six shots behind John Senden.
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Tiger Woods started out Saturday in the lead at the Australian Open.
Nolan/Getty Images Tiger Woods held the lead after the second round but wasn’t able to hold on during the third round. Tiger Woods dropped from the top of the leaderboard at the Emirates Australian Open after shooting a 3-over 75 in the third round and now sits in a tie for eighth. John Senden holds [...]
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