DUBLIN, Ohio — A year ago this week, Tiger Woods lamented the stress fracture in his left leg he had just learned about, the one that would make for a historic U.S. Open but also — known only to him — would end his season prematurely. Erik Compton was dealing with a different kind of distress, only a few days removed from his second heart transplant surgery. Glad to be alive, he lay in a hospital’s intensive care unit watching the Memorial Tournament on television.
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