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Tiger's Stalled Comeback

Tiger Woods' performance at the Australian Open indicates he's getting closer to his old form, but it still wasn't enough to end a two-year losing streak

Tiger Woods

Encouraging Signs

Woods returned Down Under -- the site of his last win in 2009 -- and took the 36-hole lead at the 2011 Australian Open with rounds of 68 and 67. But continuing the trend of not being able to put four rounds together, Woods stumbled to a 75 on Day 3. His closing 67 wasn't enough to end a two-year losing streak, however, it did give him a solo third-place finish -- his best result since his last victory.
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