Win part of progression for Tiger

Originally Published: March 27, 2012
By Bob Harig | ESPN.com

The low point came at the 2011 PGA Championship, where Tiger Woods shot rounds of 77-73 to miss the cut by a whopping 6 strokes. He was 10 over par for two days and lost. He clearly didn't know where the ball was going, and, in his second tournament back after a summer lost to injury, it was obvious he had a long way to go.

Woods had been working with instructor Sean Foley for a year, but their time together was cut short by Woods' knee and Achilles injuries suffered at the Masters. ...

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