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Wobbly Woods Last Man Standing
For once, Tiger Woods did not know how to react. After a week of pulsating fist pumps and painful grimaces, Woods was at a loss on how to celebrate.
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Competitors On The Course
Tiger Woods considers Rocco Mediate a friend. But this morning at Torrey Pines, he is one more obstacle on the road to his 14th major championship and third U.S. Open.
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One More Day
The world’s best against a qualifier. Who could have imagined that for a Monday at Torrey Pines? Thanks to Tiger Woods' magnificent putt on No. 18, it's on.
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Nobody Could Topple Tiger
As the leaders made the turn for the final round of the U.S. Open Sunday, fans and the media alike were having a hard time discerning a clear narrative for the championship.
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Notebook: Slocum's 65 Lowest Open Round In 5 Years
Heath Slocum shoots 65 for the lowest Open round in five years.
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Tiger A Lock? Stranger Things Have Happened
With a perfect record in major championships while holding at least a share of the 54-hole lead, Tiger Woods appears to be unbeatable Sunday. Right?
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The Chase Is On
If someone other than Tiger Woods is going to win the 2008 U.S. Open, they will have to break a seemingly impenetrable streak. Or, perhaps, injure his other knee.
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The Prime Time Player
Tiger Woods staged his own version of “Saturday Night Live” in the third round of the U.S. Open. He finished to rave reviews.
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U.S. Open No Longer Daunting To Europeans
It’s one of those softball questions that sportswriters love to toss at golfers: “What would it mean to you to win the U.S. Open?”
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Another Lost Year At Open For Mickelson
The best drive of the afternoon Saturday for Phil Mickelson was his last one, when he slipped into his SUV and exited Torrey Pines Golf Course.
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Mediate: I Want To Be There
Sure, Rocco Mediate is trying to win a U.S. Open. Yes, it would be the highlight of his career, a remarkable achievement at the age of 45.
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From Caddieing, To Making the Cut

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Notebook: Snedeker Moves Up 50 Spots

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Green Day
Now it all comes down to the greens. Fast, firm, bumpy and beguiling, the putting surfaces at Torrey Pines Golf Course will likely have the final say in determining who wins.
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Torrey Pain: Appleby Leads; Rehabbed Woods Lurks
If Thursday’s opening round was a day for unknowns, Friday was a day for the recently healed.
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Want A Cliché? Tiger In Hunt Again
Tiger stalked. Phil flinched. That’s, pardon the expression, the knee-jerk reaction to what transpired Friday afternoon in the second round.
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Heading Home
When the ax falls at a major championship, when the excitement and anticipation of competing for one of golf’s grandest prizes is prematurely laid to rest, it’s never easy.
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Els, Ogilvy Scrap It Out
Former U.S. Open champions Ernie Els and Geoff Ogilvy drew on their winning experiences during a second round that Ogilvy best described as “scrappy.”
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Taking Survey
Susan Naylor likes to get into other people’s business. She’s been doing it for 34 years, and she’s good at it. She doesn’t care if you’re a junior amateur or Tiger Woods.
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More Than A Contest
As Tony Romo took practice swings on the elevated 15th tee box Friday, awaiting his dawdling fellow competitors, Matt Lauer walked in his line of sight.
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