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Tiger Woods Returns to Masters One Year After Car Wreck

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Tiger Woods Returns to Masters One Year After Car Wreck

Tiger Woods Returns to Masters One Year After Car Wreck

Tiger Woods Returns to Masters , One Year After Car Wreck.

Tiger Woods Returns to Masters , One Year After Car Wreck.

Fox News reports that just one year after a car accident nearly derailed his career in golf, Tiger Woods has made his return.

Fox News reports that just one year after a car accident nearly derailed his career in golf, Tiger Woods has made his return.

Tiger teed off at the Masters at Augusta National Golf Course on April 7, marking his first high-level event since 2020.

Tiger teed off at the Masters at Augusta National Golf Course on April 7, marking his first high-level event since 2020.

Upon entering the tee box, the crowd roared for Woods.

For the first hole, Woods saved par.

For the first hole, Woods saved par.

When Woods was asked whether he believed he had a shot at winning this year's Masters, his reply was simple.

When Woods was asked whether he believed he had a shot at winning this year's Masters, his reply was simple.

I do, Tiger Woods, via Fox News.

I can hit it just fine.

, Tiger Woods, via Fox News.

I don't have any qualms about what I can do physically from a golf standpoint.

, Tiger Woods, via Fox News.

Walking is the hard part.

This is normally not an easy walk to begin with.

, Tiger Woods, via Fox News.

Now given the conditions that my leg is in, it gets even more difficult.

, Tiger Woods, via Fox News.

Now given the conditions that my leg is in, it gets even more difficult.

, Tiger Woods, via Fox News.

Woods acknowledged the challenge ahead, but he says he's ready.

Seventy-two holes is a long road and it's going to be a tough challenge.

And a challenge that I'm up for.

, Tiger Woods, via Fox News.

Seventy-two holes is a long road and it's going to be a tough challenge.

And a challenge that I'm up for.

, Tiger Woods, via Fox News


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