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Woods' revival will continue, if his body holds up

Tiger Woods' win at the Masters came after a second place at the PGA Championship and a strong run at the Open.
Tiger Woods' win at the Masters came after a second place at the PGA Championship and a strong run at the Open.PHOTO: AFP

There was an air of lingering disappointment at Bethpage on Saturday.

Tiger-mania has been in full flow for a month now as soft-focus reruns of the Masters on the Golf Channel have segued into a widespread belief that the 43-year-old could unpack another miracle. Instead he packed up early.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 20, 2019, with the headline 'Woods' revival will continue, if his body holds up'. Print Edition | Subscribe