Found November 10, 2011 on Devil Ball Golf:
We talk about Tiger Woods a lot around these parts. Talk about his struggles. Talk about his personal life. Talk about his reckless ex-caddie. We discuss his sponsors, his money situation and what others think about his future. But these days, the one thing that it seems we hardly ever talk about is the guy's golf game. That's still what he does, right? Plays pro golf? Because right now at the Australian Open, the guy is playing some golf, and as his birdie putt on his final hole, the par-3 9th, stopped dimples from going in, he was tied for the lead. At a big time event. For the first time since December of 2010. And more than all of that, the guy's golf game looks good. Thursday's 68 was sharp, but Friday, when Tiger posted 67 to take the outright lead at 9-under, the guy looked dialed in. Putts were dropping. Irons were being twirled. His driver looked to be finding the short grass (and no, I don't meant the next tee box as Woods whirled it after another dis...

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Tour Report: Woods falters in third round (

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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