Welcome back, Tiger Woods

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On par with the weather and the blossoms, I extend a warm, open-armed embrace to Mr. Tiger Woods for the unparalleled excitement he brings to the entire CSRA. He has piqued new interest in a sport that once was viewed as elitist and exclusive by most of us black folks. He has enlightened, enhanced and enriched golf, and the game has reciprocated.

From the red hills of Georgia through the beautiful piedmont of South Carolina, we welcome Woods and his colleagues back to our area. Like the cool cat he has been, hopefully he’ll be purr-fect at the Masters.

And hi there, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Welcome.

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seenitB4 04/10/13 - 07:11 am
Back in the game

:)...Now did anyone think he was out of the game for good...hahah

Welcome back TIGER!

t3bledsoe 04/10/13 - 12:59 pm
Should Tiger Woods really be allowed a come-back ?

I know that morality can not be governed. I know that ALL people have sinned and are not worthy of "CASTING THE FIRST STONE".

I know all of this; and yet; I do not believe that niether Tiger Woods nor former SC Gov. Mark Sanford deserve a "come-back"!!

Come-backs should be allowed if these people have really, really changed for the better !! Please forgive me for sounding like I am a preacher, but the last people that DESERVE a come-back are Mr. Tiger Woods and Former SC Gov. Mark Sanford !! "If people will cheat on their spouse, they will cheat in any thing !"

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