VIDEO: Tiger Woods takes a bow to crowd after Masters practice shot
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VIDEO: Tiger Woods takes a bow to crowd after Masters practice shot


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This isn't something Tiger Woods typically does, but, then again, this entire Masters week Tiger Woods has acted like an alien has inhabited his body.

On Monday at Augusta National, Woods and 1998 champion Mark O'Meara played a nine-hole practice round together. At the 240-yard par-3 fourth, O'Meara hit a solid tee shot to lay the gauntlet for Woods to match. With a huge gallery behind him, Woods hit a cut that landed and stuck inside of O'Meara's ball.

As the crowd applauded Woods' shot, he turned to them, took off his cap and bowed in appreciation before going on his way down the slope to the green.




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