Woods moves the needle in our game: Golf Nation president
Former PGA President and Golf Nation President Suzy Whaley discusses Tiger Woods’ Masters comeback.
Less than 14 months after surviving a near-fatal crash, five-time champion Tiger Woods is set to compete at the Augusta National Golf Course for the 86th Masters tournament.
According to former PGA President Suzy Whaley, it’s exactly what the sport needs.
"The excitement is huge here. We're all waiting to see what happens," Whaley said during an appearance on FOX Business’ "Mornings with Maria" Thursday.
However, Whaley pointed out that one key obstacle for Woods will be walking the course.
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"What Tiger did mention was the difficulty of walking this golf course in perfectly dry conditions. It has rained endlessly here for the last two days – thunder and lightning. The grounds will be harder to walk," Whaley said.