After 66, Tiger quiets intimidation talk
ATLANTA -- So much for being intimidated.
Tiger Woods has a relatively new adversary in Rory McIlroy, the No. 1-ranked player in the world. McIlroy clearly has the skills and talent to make life on the golf course more difficult for Woods.
But for the sixth time in their eight head-to-head meetings, Woods got the better of McIlroy on Thursday at East Lake Golf Club.
Of course, one round does not make a tournament, and there are 28 other players in the field. But Woods' 4-under-par ...
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