The day after his much-publicized and rather disappointing interviews with ESPN and the Golf Channel, Tiger Woods was spotted practicing his golf swing at the Augusta National Golf Club on Monday. Woods will officially be returning to the game for the Masters Tournament at August National, which runs from April 8 to 11.
According to Golf Digest, Tiger Woods played 36 holes on Monday and is working hard on getting back in top shape for the Masters. Reuters reports two of Woods’ practice partners say the golf legend is back in “vintage” form. “I’d be hard pressed to see anyone beat him,” multiple PGA tour winner John Cook told the news agency.
It remains to be seen whether Elin Nordegren will attend the Masters, as she has in the past, to support her embattled husband. During his interviews with ESPN and the Golf Channel, Nordegren holed up on the couple’s luxury yacht with their children to avoid the media frenzy.
While Tiger Woods admitted his affairs with various mistresses was “disgusting behavior,” the golfer is apparently still hoping his fans will be behind him as he returns to the game. “It would be nice to hear a couple claps here and there,” Woods told ESPN.
If Woods is lucky, maybe those “couple claps” will drown out the boos and hisses from the folks out there who would rather he go find a nice, deserted island to practice his swing on, rather than sullying the Masters with his smug, cheating, “entitled” face. Because all we’re going to be thinking about while he lines up his balls is those gross and repulsive text messages he allegedly sent ex-mistress Joslyn James. Eewwwwww.
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