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Confirmed! Woods is great for golf

We cannot count how many comebacks he has had since 2013 but Tiger Woods continues to be a great allure for golf audiences. The former world No.1 missed out on a first title since 2013 by one shot after he forced a playoff against Paul Casey at the Valspar Championship on Sunday.
First, it was an accident that almost took his life. Then came a globally celebrated sex scandal that lead to an endless can of worms and culminated in a broken marriage. Next, one after the other, every brand that had endorsed the golf legend came to strip him of thier association. Then the expected happens, he slides deeply into drinking and drugs. A habit that wouldn’t stay hidden after a DUI arrest and public embarrassment. In all of these, professional performance was on the decline for 5 straight years since 2013 no thropy came his way. Not to mention 4 spinal surgeries.

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