On Sunday, we all bore witness to the culmination of perhaps the greatest comeback in the history of professional sports. Eldrick Tont Woods, scarred by scandal and multiple back surgeries, won the most prestigious tournament in golf fewer than two years after considering retirement. He posted a top-6 finish at The Open Championship at Carnoustie, then was runner-up to Brooks Koepka at the PGA Championship. Still, from the moment he teed off on Thursday morning, it was clear who the patrons were rooting for. And for the first time all tournament long, when the winning putt had fallen, Tiger finally cracked a smile after a stoic four-round 275, one stroke better than his 2005 win.
Source: Daily Sun April 16, 2019 00:33 UTC