Call it the 18th boogie woogie, a move that's been missing from majors for years. As golf's governing bodies took on a sadistic glint, trying to transform their big events into a multi-millionaire's version of Abu Ghraib, much of the joy's been drained away. It's being breathed back in at Torrey Pines South, though, thanks to a go-for-it par 5 finisher.
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Tiger Woods - second round - U.S. Open - Torrey
Tiger Woods doesn't like an 18 that's possible to eagle, but the USGA shouldn't listen.
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