CARNOUSTIE, Scotland -- Tiger Woods started the day on the periphery at The Open. He was six shots back of 54-hole co-leaders Kevin Kisner and Zach Johnson. He was in the mix, but he wasn't. He had a lot of ground to make up at Carnoustie. He needed a low round to really be in the conversation. There was hope. After all, coming into this Saturday at The Open, he was ranked No. 1 on the PGA Tour in third-round scoring. What followed was 18 holes that brought reminders of the old days, when Woods charged up the leaderboard and the entire field -- and everyone in attendance, watching at home and wandering the Internet -- took notice. No. 1, Par 4, 396 Yards Woods leaves his tee shot short of the bunker up the right side of the fairway. But he cannot take advantage of having a short-iron approach, pulling it left. Needing to get up-and-down to avoid opening with a demoralizing bogey -- which would have been...


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