Tiger Woods of the US holds his scorecard after putting on the 11th green during a practice round ahead of the British Open Golf championship at the Royal Liverpool golf club, Hoylake, England, Tuesday July 15, 2014. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)
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After missing the U.S. Masters and the U.S. Open following a back operation, Tiger Woods returns to major championship action at this week's British Open and once again he is the hot topic of conversation.The 38-year-old American is normally the clear favorite when he tees it up at any tournament but the bookmakers seem skeptical of his title chances at Hoylake, rating him a 20-1 shot to land the 15th major victory of his career. Having gone six years since capturing the last of his majors – at the 2008 U.S. Open – the fear factor is still prevalent among his rivals even though it is not quite what it once was. World No. 7 Woods goes into the third major of the season having played only two competitive rounds of golf in four months.
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