Open: Tiger Woods agrees with decision not to invite Greg Norman
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Tiger Woods burst into tears at The Open while fans at St Andrews gave him a rapturous ovation as he walked down the fairway on the 18th hole. Woods has publicly admitted there are doubts over whether he will still be blessing the sport of golf when The Open returns to the iconic course in 2030.
The 15-time major winner will miss the cut for the weekend after finishing on 36 holes, potentially making Friday’s round his final bow in The Open at St Andrews. After nearly losing a leg in a car crash in February 2021, Woods is still physically affected and has admitted his long-term injuries could cut his illustrious career short.
On Friday, as he approached the green on the 18th, those in attendance gave him an overwhelming standing ovation, paying their respects to a sporting legend. Woods was visibly touched by the gesture, wiping away tears as he held his cap in the air and bid thanks for the support.
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