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But those thoughts were quickly dispelled as Woods swapped

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    arnoldohilburn New Member

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    On the eve of the Frys.com Open this week, theTaylorMade R11 Driverformer five-year World No.1 Tiger Woods, revealed nothing more than a win would doTitleist 910 D2 Driver in San Martin following a two-month layoff.Everyone had reason to believe the 14-time major champion; especially after hearing he shot a course-record 62 at Medalist last week.

    He even claimed his strength and explosiveness was back in his veins.But those thoughts were quickly dispelled as Woods swapped explosion for implosion by firing a dismal first-round 73 at CordeValle Golf Club to sink into a tie for 86th.After a fast start with a TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Ironsbirdie at the first, Woods' troubles began at the par-5 12th where he hit a low pull into the left rough, then dunked his next shot into a cross-hazard where a marshal never saw the ball.With assistance from the Golf Channel, Woods dropped from the hazard and as the heavens unloaded on PING K15 Drivera packed gallery of 2,000 or so hearty souls, the 35-year-old carded a double-bogey seven.
     
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    Askari Kanzu JF-Expert Member

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    @arnodohilburn, it looks like you are a spammer!!!!
     
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