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Tiger Woods starts strong in return before shooting 40 on back nine

L.A. Times Friday, 2 December 2016
Not only did Tiger Woods return to golf Thursday, he returned to being Tiger. Just not for long. 

Hardly looking like a player who had not competed in 466 days, Woods ran off three straight birdies with a variety of shots and was tied for the lead in the Hero World Challenge in Nassau, Bahamas,...
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Tiger Woods birdied his first 3 holes at the Hero World Challenge on Saturday but once again struggled on the back 9. He double bogeyed 18 and dropped 11 strokes behind the leader.

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