Spectacular and awful round for Tiger
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The fans cheered, yelled and pleaded as Tiger Woods walked over a player bridge, into the Bay Hill parking lot and toward his waiting car, a long day on a course he has all but owned seemingly wasted.
When Woods is at his best, his game is beautifully boring, a mixture of solid shots, course management and timely putting. You look up, and Woods is a few more strokes under par, stalking contention.
But Friday brought the kind of round that is rare for Woods, a combination ...
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