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Tiger Woods on why his career is complicated for his kids: "They associated golf with pain"

CBS News Thursday, 8 August 2019
Golf icon Tiger Woods is reflecting on his remarkable comeback, and what it means to be a dad. CBS News' Dana Jacobson caught up with him ahead of this weekend’s PGA tour playoff event at Liberty National Golf Club in New Jersey. The 15-time major winner has been open about his health following a number of career-threatening injuries, but traditionally private when it comes to his family. In a rare move, Woods talked to us about his children and what it meant to share this year’s Masters victory with them.
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