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SportEmpire State Building to glow green honoring Tiger Woods’ Masters win

02:05  16 april  2019
02:05  16 april  2019 Source:   golfweek.com

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Empire State Building to glow green honoring Tiger Woods’ Masters win© USA TODAY USA TODAY The Empire State Building will glow green on Monday night in honor of Tiger Woods' Masters Tournament victory.

In addition to the "Masters green" that will shine along the New York City skyline, a red five will glow on the mast of the building to honor his fifth win at Augusta National.

Woods won his 15th major Sunday afternoon with a bogey putt on the 18th hole. He finished 13-under 275, one-stroke ahead of Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Xander Schauffele.

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Empire State Building to glow green honoring Tiger Woods’ Masters win

Empire State Building lit up green to honor Tiger's Masters win.
Monday night in New York City, the Empire State Building was lit up Masters green with a giant red No. 5 to commemorate Tiger Woods’ fifth win at Augusta National. Green, with a dash of red. Can you dig it? pic.twitter.com/gg6Apjz5OV— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) April 16, 2019 Woods is skipping the late night talk show media tour that has become tradition for most Masters champs in recent years, but even though he won't physically be in the Big Apple, it appears his presence will be felt far and wide across the city anyway.

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