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Your against Tiger: Woods returns to Match Play

Tiger Woods is back on the street and competition. The use of the trademark white TW golf course and swing with the lightness, the World No. 1 player against the insured Wednesday the Accenture Match Play Championship. His first record found fairway.

It is the first time that has Woods in a tournament since the victory of the United States was in June 2008 in a false left leg. He had reconstructive surgery of the knee, after a week in the open, so that the long break his golf career.

Woods is paired with Brendan Jones of Australia in the first round in adoration before a mass at Dove Mountain.

Woods won the Match Play Championship three times.


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