PGA Championship fan wears 'Make Tiger Great Again' T-shirt at Baltusrol
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PGA Championship fan wears ‘Make Tiger Great Again’ T-shirt at Baltusrol

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Amid all of the fans at Baltusrol for the 2016 PGA Championship on Saturday, one New Jersey fan stood out for his T-shirt. Our Keith Leventhal captured a fan wearing a red T-shirt that reads "Make Tiger Great Again."

It's a take on Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" hats and campaign slogan.



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If you're looking for where you can get this shirt yourself, you can purchase it for $25 from the GNN Store.

Woods didn't compete in this week's PGA Championship, and he officially will not play again until the start of the 2016-17 PGA Tour season in October. However, we don't know when Woods will return after that. It could be at any time. What we do know is that Woods is still recovering and gaining strength to play competitive golf after two back surgeries in September and October 2015, including a second microdiscectomy after a March 2014 procedure on the same spot on his back.


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