Tiger Woods wins a PGA Tour event for the first time since 2013
Tiger Woods has won a PGA Tour event for the first time in five years after victory at the Tour ChampionshipRead full story
That’s a nice comeback story. You have to hand it to Tiger Woods for his perseverance.
Forget Sports, Forget Tiger Woods, this middle aged Father of 2 has battled and overcame physical, emotional, substance abuse, failed others, atoned!!!
This was much more then a 43 Minority man beating a bunch of entitled kids.
#Nike should award this type of human survivorship, he always owned up for his short comings, his major mistakes as a human being, and got it done on his "Terms".
Just watched him give the post interview. Tears in his eyes man.
I was at a Tony Roma’s ribs in north Florida when he won that first Masters and broke all those records. He’s still iconic to me.
Tiger is the reason most of us picked up a golf club, in the first place , and I’m not 60 either, in fact my son plays the game as well. So there are two people who care about golf, that aren’t 60 yet. The biggest problem with golf is the psychological part of it. To think that you can just grip it, and rip it, is hard for most people to comprehend. It’s truly a thinking man’s game.
What a comeback and triumph for Tiger, both professionally and personally. Gotta hand it to him. Came back roaring for the win.
"It was just a grind out there," the former world No. 1 told NBC moments after his final putt. "I loved every bit of it, the fight and the grind and the tough conditions. Loved every bit of it." Thousands of fans followed the 42-year-old down the 18th fairway, chanting "USA, USA" as Woods sealed his first win in 1,876 days.
Tiger had a disease that became very, very public and it is inspiring to witness this comeback. His reaction after the final shot and the tears in his eyes brought tears to mine. Team Tiger!
Literally no one under the age of 60 cares about golf or tiger woods. Don’t send me push notifications with this garbage.
He’s Back!!! Officially!!
One of the great come backs of all time. The pereseverance of this man is a true inspiration.
As someone who grew up watching this man win 79 tournaments, i never knew until today that something that was ince so normal could now bring a tear to my eye.
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