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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

U.S. Open, Third Round

After his return, Tiger's struggles at Wachovia and the Players didn't give fans much hope heading into the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. The venue, a site where he won the tournament by an astonishing 15 shots in 2000, however, did. Woods flashed some of that magic with a back-nine 31 on Saturday, that was capped by a cut 3-wood out over the ocean and onto the 18th green (left) to set up an easy two-putt birdie. He wouldn't get anything going the following day, though, three-putting the first hole and finishing T-4 in a second-straight major.
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