The PGA Merchandise Show wraps today, and unless he gets around the North Course in about 69 strokes, Tiger Woods' time at the Farmers Insurance Open this year will come to an end as well. The two most important takeaways from Tiger's opening-round 72: 1. No pain. 2. While there was sloppiness and a recurring miss to the left, the raw materials are clearly there for Woods (and no short game issues!)
Ben Alberstadt, Your Editor
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Relive Tiger's eight wins at Torrey Pines with some of the key players in the various dramas. An excellent stroll down memory lane with plenty of fresh insights.
John Strege frames Woods' opening-round 72 in the light of TW's playing partner, Patrick Reed's, remarks.