Tiger Woods Confirms His Place In The 86th Masters At Augusta
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US golfing mega-star Tiger Woods has confirmed he's ready to go for this weekend's Masters event at Augusta.
The 46-year-old plans to make a remarkable comeback only 14 months after a serious car accident which left him with severe leg injuries.
"As of right now, I feel like I am going to play," the five-time Masters winner told reporters.
The good news has sent a buzz around the United States, as Woods looks to equal the record held by Jack Nicklaus with six masters.
When a reporter asked if there's belief he can win, Woods replied with: "I do".
"Woods - who is currently ranked 944th in the world, and turns 47 later this year - will be far and away the biggest draw card on the course this weekend," said host of the Scorecard Podcast, Liam Flanagan.
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