Tiger Woods at the Masters – By Owen Gordon


Tiger Woods is making a crazy comeback in Augusta, Georgia to the 86th Masters Golf Tournament.

This comeback comes less than 14 months after his near-fatal car crash that left the 15-time Golf Majors Champion fearing his right leg would be amputated.

Woods confirmed on Tuesday in a press conference that he feels physically ready to participate in the year’s first major tournament; not only would he play, but that he is also confident he could mount a challenge to win the tournament come Sunday afternoon.

As of yesterday Woods was tied for 10th place, as he shot 1-under 71 in his first competitive round on the golf tour in 508 days.

About us

The Collegian is an online newspaper written, edited, and published by students at Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge, Iowa.