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9 hours ago, iacas said:

Meh, after his interview with Jim Nantz today during the final round of the LA Open… I don't think he's going to be playing at the Masters.

That's my take also.   He always holds his cards close but this just seemed to be a little pessimistic about a return by the Masters.

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From what I've heard, at one point Nike was very low on wedge blanks for tour players so they sourced some blank heads from Miura. The heads were ground by Nike tour club guys, were in play for a shor

Agreed. It was well written with some new anecdotes, but the overall themes surrounding Tiger Woods remain unchanged by the article.  The major point I disagree with is definitively declaring tha

I don't know if this has been brought up here before, but I just watched a YouTube video about Tiger's SixPeat - his six year run of 3 USGA Junior Amateurs followed by his 3 US Amateurs.

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While waiting for better news about Tiger, we can always look back 20 years:

 

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McIlroy said on Fallon or some other late show that he might be going home soon.

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Rory McIlroy has been in touch with Tiger Woods and said that the 15-times major champion is doing better and could soon return home from...

 

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8 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

Tiger Masks!

 

Freddy, that was a classy move!

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Oh, I'm somewhat surprised he wasn't at dinner. I'd heard he was up and about.

But no:

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Tiger Woods is missing one of his favorite nights of the year. The 15-time major champion has become particularly fond of the Masters Champions Dinner at Augusta National Golf Club, having most rec…

 

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A McIlroy quote about Woods’ focus on the Majors. 
 

 

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I dunno how reliable People Magazine is, but here it is:

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The source adds, "He is focused on his continued recovery. There is a rehabilitation plan in place."

"He has his down moments but is doing everything he can to heal," says another source. "He wants go back on tour at some point. He is eager to get back into shape."

 

 

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Another insider tells PEOPLE in this week's issue that Woods is paying no attention to speculation over the crash

 

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Hey, here's a new photo of him on crutches! Good to see him smiling.

 

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There’s another photo of Woods in a golf cart, he was watching his son in a tournament. Not gonna post it because he didn’t look happy the photo was taken probably paparazzi but he is getting around which is good. 

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37 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

Woods (and Morikawa) talk iron shots.

 

That was very cool.

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He has recovered amazingly fast. Crutches one week, hitting irons a few later.

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On 5/21/2021 at 6:57 AM, Zeph said:

He has recovered amazingly fast. Crutches one week, hitting irons a few later.

If only that were true.

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On 5/20/2021 at 4:57 PM, Zeph said:

He has recovered amazingly fast. Crutches one week, hitting irons a few later.

Good thing he’s hitting irons, because we know he can’t drive!  

 

I know.  I know....      😂

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