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via Golf Digest InstagramTiger Woods is back this year in a big way, and on Friday at the 2012 British Open Tiger holed a bunker shot on the 18th hole to end the day at 6 under for the tournament, and 3 under for the day. The gorgeous bunker shot locked in his second straight 67 and it also brought out a classic patented Tiger-fist-pump. It is great to see the passion back with El Tigre.
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Video: Holes Bunker Shot on 18 at British Open
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A glance at the key hole Friday at the British Open:
HOLE: No. 18
STROKE AVERAGE: 4.05
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