Tiger Woods made his return to golf for The Masters tournament, and is currently 12 back of current leader Jordan Spieth, who is 21 years of age making history while leading the tournament. In 1997, the 21-year-old Woods was also leading by 12 strokes until he lost the lead. So he’s not out of it yet, and Woods himself isn’t think the same as well.
“I’m still right there,” said Tiger Woods. “I’m 12 back but there’s not a lot of guys ahead of me. And w/ 36 holes here to go anything can happen.”
The 39-year-old Woods has enjoyed winning The Masters four times in his storied career, but if he can somehow manage a comeback and win his fifth, it could be Tiger’s most satisfying Masters win in his career.
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