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Euros Fight Back From Morning Sweep to Pull to 5-3

Henrik Stenson tracked the flight of his shot from the middle of the 11th fairway and didn't like where it was headed. The ball had barely settled into a greenside bunker when he flipped the fairway wood end-over-end into the air like a baton.
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