|Tiger Woods during his first U.S. Open at Bethesda, Md.'s Congressional Country Club in 1997 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
"But the thing is, with the course burnt to a crisp already, that potentially neutralizes Tiger’s biggest weakness. You don’t need to hit lots of drivers on dry courses because the ball rolls so far — indeed, Phil Mickelson said this week he only sees three driver holes on the entire course.
It’s essentially going to play like a dried-out British Open course, setups that Woods has played well on in the past: At Muirfield in 2013, Tiger was T-2 heading into the final round, and during the baked-out British Open of 2006, Tiger only hit one driver all week in what was probably the most masterful performance of his career."
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