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HONOLULU – Still two weeks before Tiger Woods makes his season debut at the Farmers Insurance Open, there is no shortage of speculation on how the former world No. 1 might fare.

During last month’s Hero World Challenge, the consensus among the younger generation of PGA Tour stars was that they would cherish the opportunity to play Woods at something close to his best. It’s a notion that makes some veterans smile.

“Truth be told, I’d love to have these young guys that are dominating the game have a piece, just one year of what we experienced,” laughed Zach Johnson, who remains in contention at the Sony Open following a second-round 67.

With no disrespect to th…
Golf Channel – Golf Central Blog

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