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SAN DIEGO, California (Alfie Lau/iG) — And then there were three.
Canadian Graham DeLaet withdrew from the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego Tuesday night after picking up a virus in Phoenix last week.
DeLaet was scheduled to be in the abbreviated Pro-Am on Wednesday morning, five groups after Tiger Woods, but Robert Garrigus, the first alternate, appeared in his place.
That leaves the Canadian flag to be carried by veteran Mike Weir and two BC rookies, Adam Hadwin and Roger Sloan.
But that wasn’t the biggest news on the day.
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When Marshawn Lynch says, “I’m just doing this so I don’t get fined,” it’s seen as disrespectful to the media.
When Tiger Woods said this after his shockingly horrible (+11) round of 82 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, he could laugh about his terrible day at the office.
“We all have days like this,” said Woods of his 44-38 round punctuated by 6 bogeys, two doubles, a triple and two meaningless birdies. “It was not a very good day from the very start until the end.”
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