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Another major, another miss for Tiger Woods

Can you call Tiger Woods' performance in the U.S. Open as a disappointment?

Not if you're like me and you didn't think he would win.

Most people though Woods was back entering the tournament. After the first two rounds, many still believed, thinking this could be his big return.

I didn't. I held firm after 36 holes of the tournament at the Olympic Club in San Francisco.

After seeing Tiger struggle at the Masters, I knew something wasn't right with his game. I didn't think his game could hold up over four days against the best in the world.

Yeah, he can win a normal PGA Tour event against a weak field. That doesn't mean he's back.

Saturday and Sunday confirmed it.

Maybe next time Tiger's game will be up for it.

Only time will tell, but he's slowly running out of it.


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