Nearly a month after his public apology, scandal-plagued Tiger Woods — the world's highest paid athlete — announced today that he will return to professional golf at The Masters starting April 8 at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. It is a tournament he's already won four times, as he resumes his quest to break the majors record held by Jack Nichlaus. Experts say Augusta, known for tight security and respectful galleries, is a smart play. And of course, professional golf is thrilled to have it's biggest star back. But tonight, we ask: Is the public ready to welcome Tiger Woods back? And if he wins, is all forgiven? Tell us what you think. Embedded below is tonight's "World News" segment on the topic.
Open Arms for Tiger’s Masters Return?
Mar 17, 2010 12:02am