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Trump to Give Tiger Woods Presidential Medal of Freedom
POTUS credits golfer’s “incredible Success & Comeback in Sports (Golf), and more importantly, LIFE”
Tiger Woods wins 2019 US Masters in stunning comeback
Tiger Woods has completed one of the greatest comebacks in sports history by winning the 2019 Masters, prompting emotional scenes.
Tiger Woods' first win in five years feels like a new beginning, not the end
Coming on the heels of Tiger Wood's first PGA Tour win in five years, USA TODAY Sports' Steve DiMeglio now tells us why we should be tuning into the Ryder Cup
Another Tiger Woods breakup is getting ugly
The Masters isn’t the only thing Tiger Woods has to worry about this week.
Tiger Woods entered into DUI first-offender program | Videos
Woods' attorney, Douglas Duncan, met with court personnel Wednesday to enter the pro golfer and Jupiter Island resident, into the program.
Tiger Woods police report shows golfer asleep in vehicle, failing to pass field sobriety tests
Woods will be arraigned on the two charges stemming from this incident on July 5
Tiger Woods speaks on DUI arrest: 'Unexpected reaction to prescribed medication'
Here is Woods’ statement:
Tiger Woods ‘arrogant’ during arrest for drink-driving charge
GOLF superstar Tiger Woods was busted on a DUI charge in Florida overnight after police pulled him over for driving erratically — and he refused to take a breath test and behaved arrogantly, according to a report.
Tiger Woods' mug shot shows how much the picture has changed since 1997
Woods was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail after he was arrested by police in Jupiter, Fla. He was later released on his own recognizance.
Tiger Woods arrested on DUI charge
Golfer has been sidelined after back surgery
Tiger Woods: Injuries and operations mean I'll never feel great
Fourteen-time major winner Tiger Woods says he will "never feel great" again because of the number of injuries suffered during his career.
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