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Woods' participation in this year's Masters comes just 13 and a half months after the golfer was in a serious car accident that almost left him with an amputated leg. Woods was driving at an estimated 84 mph last February when his SUV hit a tree.
Fans were unsure if the famed golfer would ever play again but after crowds witnessed the 46-year-old practicing on Monday, the answer was seemingly yes.
Woods confirmed in a news conference later on Tuesday he would be playing.
Those attending the Masters hope to witness Woods' comeback to the likeness of his 2019 return. Woods managed to win his fifth Masters trophy after an 11-year hiatus from the professional game.
WE ARE ABOUT TO WATCH TIGER WOODS TEE OFF AT THE MASTERS ONCE AGAIN. I SIMPLY CAN\u2019T BELIEVE IT.