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Despite doubts, Tiger Woods returns to the top

CBS News Monday, 15 April 2019
Tiger Woods' road to becoming the 2019 Masters champion was paved with a long list of personal struggles. The win was 14 years in the making and marks a new chapter in the golfer's life. It also could turn the page after controversies led to the loss of sponsorships and support. Dana Jacobson reports.
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News video: Serena Williams Cried Watching Tiger Woods Win The Masters

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Serena Williams cried while watching Tiger Woods win the 2019 Masters Tournament. Woods returned to the pinnacle of golf after 11 years without a major victory when he won one of the sport's biggest prizes on Sunday. The American has overcome a public divorce, a 2017 arrest, and numerous back...

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