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Tiger's Adjusted Swing Raises Questions

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A week after losing his head in missing the cut at Charlotte, a composed Tiger Woods turned in a steady two-under opening round at The Players Championship.

It wasn’t vintage Tiger — there were still enough bad swings to indicate the road back could be long, and we got our first post-reformation F-bomb — but it was far removed from the nightmare of last week’s 79 at Quail Hollow.

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