Grading Tiger Woods' Performance at Torrey Pines

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Grading Tiger Woods' Performance at Torrey Pines
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Tiger Woods earned his 75th career PGA Tour victory Monday with a four-shot win at San Diego’s fabled Torrey Pines South at the Farmers Insurance Open.

Woods set the PGA Tour record with his eighth win at this event in his career, which is the most times one golfer has won a tournament on the same course.

His four-stroke margin over Brandt Snedeker and Josh Teater did not come easy.

After a birdie on the 13th hole that put him at 18-under-par, Woods would drop four shots over the last five holes to finish the day with an even-par 72.

The reality is this should have been an easy win for Woods. When he stepped onto the 14th tee Monday, he held an eight-shot lead.

But the great fundamental golf he had played in the first two rounds had left him by the time Sunday’s third and fourth-round marathon started, and was long gone by the time he rolled in his par putt that won the tournament.

Let's take a look at how well Tiger played this week at one of his favorite courses.


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