Tiger Woods still has the charisma of attracting large crowds – PGA Tour News

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Tiger Woods still has the charisma of attracting large crowds – PGA Tour News
Former World no.1 Tiger Woods still has the charisma to attract large crowds. The final day at Bay Hill was surrounded by spectators watching the star golfer hit his first tee shot. The par-4, 1st, which extends to 461 yards, was wrapped by a
large number of galleries throughout the hole, making it hard for even the media to see who was teeing off on the hole.
Woods was not in contention to win but still provided a compelling watch to those surrounding him; the attention is not new to the player. Meanwhile, the leader flight of Martin Laird and Spencer Levin started their final round with only a couple of people
watching on.
Woods has always been an inspirational figure for his fans. Since his extra marital affairs were disclosed to the world, he has had a spectacular downfall. He slipped to the 5th ranking in the world, and made a comeback to the golfing world last
year at the Masters after a 20- week break.
He is still not in the best of form, but his past performances provide enough reason for fans to come cheer him on. Loads of people could be seen supporting him and cheering him behind the ropes standing in the fairways at Bay Hill. Woods was seen signing
autographs for his fans waiting for him in the gallery. The 35-year-old appreciated his fans who have been supporting him through the good and bad times.
It has been almost two years since Tiger won a four-day Championship. His last win came at the Australian Open in 2009, where he made a special appearance. The four-times Masters winner has only earned US $265,465 playing this season.
Some critics think that Woods still has a long journey ahead of him to break the record of the legend Jack Nicklaus for most victories. The fourteen time major winner is hoping to nab his fifteenth win, as he gears up for next week’s Masters.
Woods has made some amendments in his swing with coach Sean Foley. It will be a feast to watch the player perform at one of his favourite courses: the Augusta National where the Masters will be played.
All the tickets for the Masters have been sold out, thanks in part to the appeal Woods holds over golf fans and others, who will be keenly watching his attempt to regain his past glory.



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