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SportsTrump says he will award Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom

22:07  15 april  2019
22:07  15 april  2019 Source:   bostonglobe.com

John Daly: Tiger Woods will break Jack Nicklaus’ major record

John Daly: Tiger Woods will break Jack Nicklaus’ major record Tiger Woods did what many thought was never going to happen when he broke out of his 11-year major championship drought with a victory at the Masters. That win gave him 15 major titles for his career, which is just three shy of Jack Nicklaus’ all-time record. Now that Woods has finally gotten off the schneid, many wonder if that all-time record is in jeopardy. One of the people who believes Woods will do it is none other than John Daly, who has never shied away from expressing his opinion on any topic. “I not only think, I know he will,” Daly said, per TMZ Sports. “It’s just destiny.

Trump says he will award Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom© Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images Tiger Woods on Sunday.

WASHINGTON — President Trump says he will present Tiger Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Woods won his fifth Masters title Sunday, overcoming personal and professional adversity to once more claim the green jacket.

Trump tweeted Monday that he spoke to Woods and congratulated him on ‘‘the great victory’’ and ‘‘to inform him that because of his incredible Success Comeback in Sports (Golf) and, more importantly, LIFE, I will be presenting him with the PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL OF FREEDOM!’’

Trump didn’t say when a ceremony will be held. The medal is the nation’s highest honor for a civilian.

Tiger Woods' former trainer says Tiger used to have a laborious training schedule that included 13 hours of practice

Tiger Woods' former trainer says Tiger used to have a laborious training schedule that included 13 hours of practice Tiger Woods used to work out and practice from 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Though he no longer does such marathon days, it used to give him an edge on his competition, according to Hank Haney.

The president is an avid golfer who played a round with Woods at Trump’s golf club in Jupiter, Florida, in February. He watched the Masters from his Virginia golf club on Sunday.

This breaking news story will be updated.

Tiger fires electrifying 4-under 68 to sit 1 back at the Masters.
Tiger Woods sent roars across Augusta National on Friday with a 4-under 68 in Round 2 of the Masters and sits one shot behind the leaders heading into the weekend. Woods entered the round four shots off the pace and took some time before building any momentum. He played the first eight holes at even par before kicking it into another gear, starting with a 37-foot birdie putt on No. 9. It's a fist pump for Tiger at the Masters. A birdie on the

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