Tiger Woods indicates he will play in the Masters this week
After weeks of speculation, it seems that Tiger Woods will play in the 86th Masters Tournament this Thursday — less than 14 months after a serious single-car accident.
"As of right now I feel like I am going to play," the golf icon said at a news conference Tuesday.
There were huge crowds. There were big roars. Yup, the @TigerWoods Effect was in full effect at #theMasters.— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) April 3, 2018
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Fans first noticed that Woods' name was included on the Masters players list. Then there was a tracked flight from Florida. And Monday large crowds gathered to watch the five-time champion practice at Augusta. All begging the question, would he play?
As of Tuesday, it appears the answer is "yes."
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