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No Tiger in return to Torrey, no telling what might happen

The strongest memory from the last U.S. Open at Torrey Pines was accompanied by three words that explain what golf was like then and now. Tiger Woods, who had limped his way around the South Course on torn ligaments and a double stress fracture in his left leg, faced a a 12-foot birdie putt. Woods was the singular force in golf even on one leg, even in the toughest test golf offers.

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