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Golf Industry News // Tiger Woods Is Back to Save TV, a Year After Nearly Losing a Leg (www.sportico.com)

Thirteen months after nearly losing his right leg in a devastating car crash, Tiger Woods said he expects to suit up for the Masters Tournament.

Should the owner of five Green Jackets proceed with his plan, it will mark his first appearance at Augusta National since 2019, when the then-43-year-old put the finishing touches on a comeback for the ages, winning his first major championship in 11 years.

Speaking to the media earlier today, Woods said he’ll put in another nine practice holes before he makes a final decision, but by all indications, he plans to tee up on Thursday. “As of right now, I feel like I am going to play,” Woods said. He added that he is of the opinion that he can win the tournament outright, which is music to CBS’ ears.

“I love competing and I feel like if I can compete at the highest level, I’m going to,” Woods said. “If I feel like I can still win, I’m going to play. But if I feel like I can’t, you won’t see me out here. … I don’t…

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