Tiger Woods will win a sixth Masters and will match Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major championships, according to a poll of 56 professional tour caddies conducted by the Caddie Network.
If Tiger Woods’ Masters triumph proved anything, it’s that golf has no stomach for stopping and smelling the roses.
The hint was clearly there, less than an hour after Tiger Woods donned his fifth green jacket a little more than two weeks ago.
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I have never known golf without Tiger Woods, and those of us who work in golf media have been tethered to him in some capacity for decades.
Through the years, the profile of Woods’ game changed.
“This extraordinary guy who happens to have extraordinary skill playing golf doesn’t ever give up. He is relentless in his pursuit of success, and he’s doing it in such an open, connected and, to some extent, vulnerable way right now, that the Tiger Woods brand and who he is has a greater impact on golf today than it has in the history of his time as a professional.
President Trump took to Twitter to make the announcement.
A win for the ages, and now a comeback for them, too. Tiger Woods, Masters champion again, for a fifth time.
The final round of any golf tournament brings a number of facts and figures to ponder, but the Masters normally proves to be a treasure trove of such items. Here are the key statistics from the final round of the 83rd Masters.
The biggest roar for Tiger Woods was one he didn’t produce.
Two years ago, at the Masters Champions Dinner, Tiger Woods whispered to three-time winner Nick Faldo that he was “done.” The injuries, the surgeries and the poor life decisions that played out on an extremely public stage had all taken their toll. Woods was finished.
It wasn’t to be for Francesco Molinari.
Tiger Woods employs a dozens of people to help with his company TGR Ventures and charity initiatives, but when it comes to his on-site support at a tournament, the Woods entourage is surprisingly modest.
There’s no way you didn’t start begin to have your lip quiver when Woods walked off the 18th green and greeted his family.
When Woods signed with TaylorMade in January 2017, no one was quite sure what Woods was going to bring to the company.