Masters 2018: Tiger Woods is clamming up with other players during practice rounds … and that’s a bad sign for them Reviewed by Momizat on . For several years while unable to compete, Tiger Woods had transitioned from the role of solitary world beater to something else altogether. The point is, at a For several years while unable to compete, Tiger Woods had transitioned from the role of solitary world beater to something else altogether. The point is, at a Rating:
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Masters 2018: Tiger Woods is clamming up with other players during practice rounds … and that’s a bad sign for them

For several years while unable to compete, Tiger Woods had transitioned from the role of solitary world beater to something else altogether. The point is, at a time when Woods didn't have a lot to give on the golf course, he sought to offer up what he could to the game's core of able-bodied stars. "I'm just a person that they could bounce ideas off of—what did I used to do and how do I feel these things, what do I do in certain situations, certain shots," Woods said in February.

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