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Alan Shipnuck
February 04, 2013
THANKS TO AN OFF-SEASON SPENT HONING HIS WEDGE PLAY, TIGER WOODS REGAINED HIS FLAIR AROUND THE FLAGSTICK AND AGAIN LOOKED DOMINANT ON A COURSE HE HAS LONG DOMINATED
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February 04, 2013

Short Work

THANKS TO AN OFF-SEASON SPENT HONING HIS WEDGE PLAY, TIGER WOODS REGAINED HIS FLAIR AROUND THE FLAGSTICK AND AGAIN LOOKED DOMINANT ON A COURSE HE HAS LONG DOMINATED

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Woods now treats his personal life as a no-fly zone and said only, "Well, I feel good right now. I'm leading the tournament."

He continued leading, right to the end. Ultimately, that's the answer to many of golf's biggest questions, and the cure for most of its ills. If Woods can regain his dominance, that will be the only story that matters.

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