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Tiger Dismisses His Chorus of Critics

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Used to be, people thought Tiger Woods was the guy who was capable of stopping a speeding bullet and leaping over tall buildings in a single bound.

Hey, maybe the worm has turned.

On Tuesday, two days before the Players Championship begins at TPC Sawgrass, a trio of analysts offered opinions and advice about what ails the former world No. 1, including a theory proposed by six-time major champion Nick Faldo, who reiterated that he believes Woods has lost his confidence.

“I always find it interesting, since they're not in my head,” Woods said. “They must have some kind of super power I don't know about.”

How many of the other-worldly gifts Woods remains capable of summoning is again a big storyline this week at the so-called fifth major.

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