Tiger is living the circle of life

Beau Johnson
April 14, 2019 - 7:34 am
Tiger Woods

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At time of this recording, Tiger Woods is two strokes off of the lead at The Masters Tournament and tees off at 9:20 AM in the final group on Sunday. 

Tiger won his first Masters Tournament in 1997 and the first person to greet him as he walked off of the 18 green was his father, Earl. 

Twenty-two years and fourteen majors later, it won't be his father greeting him should he win the Masters Tournament, it will be his own kids.There is a whole generation out there that have only heard stories of the long putt draining, fist pumping Tiger Woods that scorched the golf world and brought the sport to the fore-front of the sports world, and his own kids are included.

Fighting his way back through years of turmoil, Tiger seems to be reaching the top of the golf world again, and has reclaimed a spot in all (or most) of our hearts.

Sam Crenshaw and Greg Clarkson talk about the legacy of Tiger Woods, and what a win today would mean, as Tiger gets ready to tee off... warning people of the tears that may flow if Tiger can pull off this win, celebrate with his kids, and complete his circle of life.