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2012 U.S. Open: Tiger Woods Moves To 2-Under Par

It's starting to look like the Tiger Woods that we all have come to know in the majors is coming to life once again now that he has strung a pair of birdies together to move to 2-under for the tournament, only one shot off the lead at the 112th U.S. Open at the Lakes Course of the Olympic Club.

After a bogey on the par-4 14th, his fifth hole of his day, Tiger got it right back on the par-5 17th to move back ot even par, than he started to get it going. A pair of perfect shots set up a short birdie for Tiger on the par-4 fourth, then he masterfully dunked a 45-foot put on the fifth to move to 2-under, shaking his head in disbelief with a smile on his face.

Although there is a lot of golf left to be played, it's already starting to look like it's Tiger's week.

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