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WATCH: Tiger Woods puts on the Green Jacket for the Fifth Time


Bleacher Report

As you all know, Tiger Woods is BACK.

Now, watch him put on the green jacket for the fifth time at Augusta National.

“It fits.” Absolute legend.

Today, we witnessed one of the greatest moments in the history of sports.

Article written by Brent Wainscott

Twitter: @BrentW_KSR

19 responses to “WATCH: Tiger Woods puts on the Green Jacket for the Fifth Time”

  1. henderblue

    In my lifetime it’s right up there with Hank Aaron 715. He may never break Nicklaus’ record of 18 majors. But after what he’s been through, to do this, for me anyway, it’s bigger than Jack’s 18th.

    1. nocode96

      I agree. I wasn’t around for Aaron’s homerun. But…I was a young teen as Tiger cane to prominence. There are those who will try and degrade him saying all he’s been through is his own fault, and while that’s true to an extend, addiction is a mf’er, and he was afflicted with more than just 1. Not to mention the pressure of his meteoric rise. I couldn’t be happier for him. I met him on 04 or 05, I was a chef at Qual Hollow Country Club in Charlotte, where they hold what used to be the Wachovia, he couldn’t have been nicer or more down to earth.

    2. terwilliger

      There aren’t many people who could handle the fame and fortune that came with all of Tiger’s success. I’d venture to say that the majority of us would have handled it poorly, just like he did. Here’s hoping he came out a better man because of his struggles.

    3. henderblue

      That’s awesome nc96. I wouldn’t have thought that in 04 or 05 he would have been considered to be down to earth and nice. I have noticed more interaction with the galleries since his comeback and certainly he seems to be more appreciative of the fans..and there are many.

    4. nocode96

      He may have been overall, but I ran one of the player tents. I gave him free breakfast one day even though he forgot his tour card (yes, even Tiger is supposed to prove he belongs on the grounds in the player tent) and I made him an egg white omelette even though we weren’t doing omelettes that day. It endeared me to him I guess, he made it a point every time he saw me after that to say hello to me and chit chat for a few seconds.

    5. henderblue

      That’s exactly right terwill. I couldn’t agree more..

  2. notFromhere

    Couldn’t be happier for him. He’s like most of us- made mistakes and did his time paying for them. I’m glad he got this one maybe more than I should be.

    From superman to doghouse dweller and back to the top of the leaderboard. The sportswriters should be happy for a couple days

  3. tfordstyle

    Only people over age 40 watch golf. Jack always be the goat. I’m sure Tiger enjoys the taste of his coattails, though.

    1. bigblue98

      Congratulations on being the moron of the day.

    2. henderblue

      Good call bigblue98..

    3. nocode96

      I’m not over 40, I watch golf, especially majors, and especially when Tiger is roaring. What you said was weird, in one breath you seem to be making fun of older people, then in the next you seem to make fun of the younger generation. It’s counter-intuitive.

    4. tthomas1982

      MOTD award for this guy. Moron of the Day. Are you making fun of older people or the younger generation because your comment is definitely counter intuitive.

    5. UKBigBlueForever

      Pretty ridiculous comment by tfordstyle. I’m under 40 and I love watching golf. If you play the game, you probably watch golf too. They make it look easy and it definitely IS NOT. Tiger is a once in a lifetime player. He is the GOAT. I literally was so pumped up yesterday and my wife just didn’t understand it.

  4. TomKat9698

    D bag

  5. Kat 308

    I actually didn’t care one way or the other about tiger until he got in trouble. But after he did he did what most do not, he placed the blame on himself and no one else he could have blamed a lot of stuff on the women and could have blamed the cop for the DUI but he didn’t he basically said it’s all on me and I have pulled for him ever since. Not many people knows what it means to man up and take responsibility for your actions and accept the consequences but tiger does. I am not surprised at all by the people on here saying they met him and he was very nice. Congrats tiger

  6. tthomas1982

    Call Tiger what you’d like but remember when this guy got in trouble he didn’t come out blaming everyone else… he took his own blame. He got his hell. Now he is on his way back to the top of the World Golf Rankings..

    1. mashburnfan1

      Yep, seemed to own up to it and after all he has been through, some his doing some unfortunate injuries, it is amazing what he just did today. Golf is better for it as is all of sports. Sat near Tiger long time ago, he was in his prime and I never had a prime, at a Magic game in Orlando. Seemed to handle himself well despite more people watching him than the game. Came in late and left early but still did not escape the fans of course. Did not sign things despite request but can’t blame him, despite who he is the man just wanted to go watch a basketball game and really people in this area should have left him alone to enjoy his evening.

  7. Blue Bill

    I like Tiger and root for him, but if there was a video of me falling all over the road not knowing where I was, well, I’d probably take the blame too.

    1. BBNmemberinoh

      Agree but some people don’t no matter the proof and there was more stuff than just that incident.