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Tiger Woods In San Francisco: Things The Golf Legend Should Do While He's In Town (PHOTOS)

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Tiger Woods is currently the favorite to win the U.S. Open this weekend at San Francisco's Olympic Club. Online betting hub Bovada gives him 13-to-2 odds of coming out on top.

Woods, who has accumulated 14 major victories over the course of his career, recently won the Memorial Tournament, which may represent a return to form after a multi-year slump that, as the New Yorker noted, saw him "reduced to almost an ordinary golfer."

While nothing is ever certain at a course that's been dubbed "The Graveyard of Champions," the world's most famous golfer must be feeling pretty good about his chances.

That said, all work and no play make Tiger a dull story. San Francisco has a lot to offer Woods outside of the reason he's actually in town.

Here are a few suggestions of places the legendary athlete should check out during his visit:

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