Coach Tiger Woods coming to your living room next year

Posted November 30, 2018

Plus, the weather played a factor.

Given his complete dominance " ended a 20-year wait for a hole-in-one last week while playing a practice round with Fred Couples. It will present more than 2,000 hours of live action each year as well as a wide range of premium content on-demand, featuring the sport's most exciting moments, superstar players and tournaments on every screen and device. Starting out in D.C.

As well as four victories in the Masters at Augusta National, Woods has also won at Pebble Beach, venue for the US Open, and Bethpage Black in New York's Long Island, which is hosting the PGA Championship. It was just hot. It was just hard for me to maintain my strength and my weight through all that.

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On his charity foundation, he said: "It has been more impactful than what I have done on the golf course; but what I have done on golf course has allowed me to do this. I was worn out, mentally, physically and emotionally".

A week later, however, Woods went 0-4 in Team USA's Ryder Cup loss.

"Now it's just about managing and making sure I'm fresh for events", Woods said, "because I know I can win tournaments again". "My training sessions have been good". My core and my legs are definitely stronger than they have been, which is a positive. There is lot of talk about Woods coming to India and this time for an entire tournament. The biggest stretch he would face is the British Open and a World Golf Championship, a week off, and then three FedEx Cup playoff events. Woods's most recent hole-in-one until last week was at the 1998 global tournament in Colorado. "I'll never feel that again", Woods said. That's ultimately what we want to happen.

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"Fortunately, I've been able to do it 14 times and hopefully more in the future".

This time last week, Woods was preparing to play Phil Mickelson in a one-on-one match for $9 million in Las Vegas. That week an idea took shape in both minds.

David Zaslav, president and CEO at Discovery Inc. said: "Our global partnership with Tiger is a ideal example of our strategy to collaborate exclusively with top talent to extend global media platforms, and take advantage of our worldwide distribution, technology infrastructure and aggregate audiences, as well as build long-term value".

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