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Tiger Woods didn't have much fun shooting a 2-over 73 in Phoenix, but he may have found something in his closing holes in Round 1.

Opinion & Analysis

Keegan Bradley isn't young, or old. He isn't No. 1, or 100. He inhabits a unique position, and he's ready to win again.
The fiery Stacy Lewis and the unflappable Lydia Ko are set to battle again over the final 36 holes at the LPGA opener.
Tiger Woods' hole-in-one at the 1997 Phoenix Open is one of his most memorable moments. It's also one of his rarest.