Woods broke the news about playing at the 86th Masters tournament on Tuesday. The 82-time PGA Tour winner had an interview schedule at Augusta National at 11:00 AM ET yesterday and broke the jubilant news at the interview
Tiger said "It was fun to see the changes in him, and for us as a family to go out here and have Robbie out here and JT, who’s like my younger brother and Charlie’s older brother, for us to come out here and just play together, we just had a blast.”
Tiger said, “It meant a lot to both of us. [Charlie] had a chance to play right before the ’20 Masters, and he’s grown a lot since then, become a lot better player"
Tiger won his first major championship and his first green jacket in 1997. He won his first major championship only one year after turning professional in 1996. Moreover, the five-time Masters champion won the event with an overall score of 18-under-par.
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