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Not a moving experience

Woods’s 72 leaves him tied for 30th

By Michael Whitmer
Globe Staff / September 7, 2009

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NORTON - Among his 81 worldwide victories as a professional, Tiger Woods never has come from more than eight shots behind with 18 holes to play, and the largest three-round deficit on the PGA Tour he’s overcome is five. So, with nine shots and 29 players separating Woods from the top, it would take a historic round for him to ... (Full article: 736 words)

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