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Three Up, Three Down: Woods rising, first-round leaders fading fast

Originally Published: June 13, 2008
By Jason Sobel | ESPN.com

SAN DIEGO -- What do Neal Lancaster, Neal Lancaster and Vijay Singh have in common? They've shot the only three nine-hole scores in U.S. Open history better than the 5-under 30 fired by Tiger Woods in the second round at Torrey Pines on Friday.

(And no, the Lancaster redundancy isn't a typo: He shot nine-hole scores of 29 in both 1995 and 1996. Singh's 29 occurred during the 2003 edition.)

Woods' birdie barrage helped him climb the leaderboard, but more importantly, it vaulted ...

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