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For months, even before he returned to competitive golf after his serious car accident in February 2021, Tiger Woods said he would be playing The Open at St. Andrews.
“Quite often,” Justin Thomas said earlier this week when asked whether Woods had talked to him about being here for the 150th Open.
Woods, to make sure he was ready, even skipped the U.S. Open, allowing his leg, and his body that has endured multiple surgeries over a career in which he has won 15 major championships, to heal.
“It is my favorite [course],” he said.
So, here he is, ready to make perhaps his last real run during an Open held at the home of golf. We follow along:
This is what the Old Course is going to throw at Woods on Thursday.
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