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The Tiger Effect doesn't last long for Russell Knox

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland - For Russell Knox, the Tiger Effect lasted one day.

As a kid growing up in Scotland, Knox viewed Tiger Woods as one of his sports heroes. He finally got to play with the 14-time major championship winner this week when the two were in the same group for the first two

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