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Wally Fairway

2018 British Open Championship at Carnoustie

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Tiger just needs an eagle too, and he’ll win in the playoff that seems inevitable, now. 

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Okay, GIR is a steadying effect.  Par may well gain some ground on this hole with two putts, there's a chance at birdie.

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