PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland — It had been a rough start for Tiger Woods at this British Open, and as he was putting on the eighth hole for what might have been his first birdie on Thursday, a rainbow appeared over the Atlantic Ocean.

Woods squinted at the line of the 30-foot putt, wiped the blade of his putter, addressed the ball and missed.

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