The Daily Caller

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Could Tiger miss two straight cuts for 1st time? - AP

Despite 82 victories worldwide, including 14 majors, Woods has rarely looked this vulnerable

Southern states blast DoE on nuclear waste decision - TheDC

More than 40 officials from South Carolina and Georgia protest unfulfilled promises to move nuclear waste site to Nevada

Moving public opinion one swoosh at a time

Woods has to take the same approach to reforming his image as he did to remaking his golf swing. There’s no hole-in-one for him on the course of public opinion.

Elin's crying solo - NY Post

Tiger Woods wasn’t the only one flying through an a emotionally turbulent week

Mickelson's Masters: Lefty wins third title - ESPN/AP

Already a fan favorite and now the sentimental pick with his wife and mother battling breast cancer, Mickelson rolled in a 15-foot birdie putt at the signature 12th hole

People in Augusta are ready to forgive Tiger Woods - NY Daily News

Forgiveness is the word of the day in deeply religious Augusta, where Saturday the local paper ran a full-page map with directions to the 11 churches within 2 miles of the golf club

World's top four tee off at Augusta - Augusta.com

With three of the world’s top four players — headed by Lee Westwood — perched atop a star-studded leaderboard and a clear weather forecast, the stage is set for a second consecutive final-round shootout

Woods puts foot in mouth - NY Daily News

Tiger compared his comeback after a four-month layoff to that of Ben Hogan, who in 1949 threw himself in front of his wife inside their car to save her from a head-on collision with a Greyhound bus

Third round begins at Augusta with Tiger lurking - AP

Finding himself in a familiar position heading to the weekend at Augusta National, Tiger Woods flashed a smile that oozed with confidence

Newly single Jim Carrey criticizes Elin Woods - US Magazine

How is Jim Carrey getting over the end of his relationship with Jenny McCarthy? By defending Tiger Woods via Twitter

Woods 2 shots back of leaders at Masters - NY Post

Woods probably couldn’t fathom being in such a perfect position to pounce on a fifth Green Jacket after having been away from the game for some five months as his life unraveled in sex scandal

Tiger tame as he returns to the game

Seems the only real friend a superstar former-philandering golfer has is his lawyer. Wonder what they were talking about on the way to the club house? Golf, I guess. It was evident at the end of the first round of play in Augusta, Tiger was back

Masters: Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter share lead - ESPN

Westwood, looking for his first major championship, eagled the second hole and birdied the third to move to 8 under, traded a bogey and birdie at the fifth and sixth, and then birdied the par-4 seventh

Not again! Watson turns back clock at Masters - AP

Tom Watson’s week began on 13th green with his son proposing to his girlfriend in an elaborately staged surprise that included the chairman of Augusta National

Tiger Woods still rules golf - LA Times

The voice is apologetic, the posture accommodating, the presence appreciative. But the aura remains. Tiger Woods still has it, still works it, still lords it over a game he embarrassed and players he compromised

Tiger Woods: Master of his domain

Tiger should take heed to words from his fellow athletes; as Charles Barkley said in a Nike commercial, “I am not a role model.”

Choi, Kuchar paired with Tiger Woods for first two rounds - AP

Woods will tee off on Thursday at 1:42 p.m. ET. It’s about the same time he teed off in the opening round last year

Tiger gets the clap - NY Post

Tiger Woods yesterday got an ‘incredible’ welcome back to golf from fans watching him prepare for the famed Masters tournament

Solving the GOP’s Tiger problem

Here’s some advice to the GOP: Go out and do what Tiger will do this week at Augusta—signal a definitive end to the destructively juvenile antics and swing away

The return of the Tiger - NY DAILY NEWS

The disgraced golfer announced Tuesday he would compete at the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., next month – marking his return to a career he suspended following revelations that he cheated on his wife with a parade of party girls