Paige Spiranac is so obsessed with Tiger Woods to the extent that she always has to say something about him on her social media handles. She’s really made a career out of admiring Woods.
Tiger Woods has returned to the Master and Paige as expected, has reacted to the exciting news via Side Action;
It was a little over a year ago that people were questioning whether or not Tiger Woods would ever play again. Following his car accident, doctors initially feared he wouldn’t walk properly again, let alone go back to playing golf.
However if you know Tiger Woods, you know he’ll do whatever it takes to get back. After grueling months of rehab, Tiger Woods returned to the course on Thursday in the opening round of the Masters.
Spiranac still can’t believe it.
Here is how Tiger is doing so far.
The last of the morning spring chill, murder on Tiger Woods’ aching, reconstructed leg, burned off as he started his round at the Masters. It felt nice in the shade here at Augusta National. Huge crowds ringed the entirety of the first hole. There might as well have been no one else playing.
Everything stopped at 11:04 a.m. ET on Thursday to watch Woods. Tournament employees abandoned their stations and rushed towards the ropes, as the major problem with professional golf came once more into focus: The most interesting thing in the sport isn’t the current stars showcasing their skills but whether a 46-year-old man can even walk around the course. Tiger isn’t the only story in golf, but he is the only story that matters for everyone who isn’t really into golf, if that makes sense. That energy was palpable for the first round at Augusta National Golf Club. The crowd murmured as he stood over the ball, roared when he made contact and cheered him on as he dug in for the steep rise up the fairway. He walked like a man spending all his energy trying not to limp.
He’s been the victim of his own violent swing, of his own bad decisions, of bad luck, but in the end, his legacy will be defined by how he has refused to be a victim at all. He could have quit after his car wreck. The 2019 Masters bought him peace. Instead he’s still out here. Whatever Tiger Woods is chasing now, it has little to do with his fellow golfers. There were two races being run on Thursday, as there will be any time Woods shows up to play an event. In one, a group of incredible talented competitors battle each other in a popular niche sport. In the other, one of the most-watched men of his generation is engaged in combat with his own body. If he simply makes it to the end he will emerge victorious, whether he wins or not.
He says he can win.
“I can hit it just fine,” he said. “Walking is the hard part.”
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