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Why We Can't Stop Rooting for Tiger Woods

HE’S THE MOST TALENTED GOLFER EVER TO PLAY THE GAME. BUT MORE THAN EVER HE’S SHOWING HE’S ALSO A HUMAN BEING.

Our book, “Tiger Woods,” a biography of the grittiest and most mysterious athlete either of us has encountered in our over 50 years covering sports, came out in March. The final chapter, set in early 2018, sets the scene for Woods as he prepared to return to golf after his fourth back surgery. The last sentence read: “A changed man, he stood poised to show his children — and a fresh generation

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