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Pace of play only delays inevitable for Woods

Posted: January 29, 2013 at 3:49 a.m.

Tiger Woods celebrates after his victory in the Farmers Insurance Open on Monday in San Diego. Woods closed with a 72 and finished a four-shot victory. It was Woods’ 75th career victory, seven short of Sam Snead’s record of 82.

Tiger Woods celebrates after his victory in the Farmers Insurance Open on Monday in San Diego. Woods closed with a 72 and finished a four-shot victory. It was Woods’ 75th career victory, seven short of Sam Snead’s record of 82.

Tiger Woods had been so good at Torrey Pines that it didn’t matter how bad he played at the end.

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Sports, Pages 15 on 01/29/2013

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