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The People's Champ: Woods sets sights on Slam after U.S. Open win

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FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – The longest course in U.S. Open history was only a short stop for Tiger Woods on his way to a real Grand Slam.

Another runaway victory in golf's toughest test made it look inevitable.

What was billed as the "People's Open'' came down to one person. Woods captured the U.S. Open on Sunday and became the first player since Jack Nicklaus in 1972 to win the first two major championships of the year.

His rivals wilted at Augusta National. They battled at Bethpage Black.

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