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Tiger Woods to help tee off Barack Obama's inauguration

Tiger Woods New York, Jan 17 : Golf ace Tiger Woods will be speaking at the opening celebration for Barack Obama''s presidential inauguration.

The 33-year-old golfer is the latest star to be included in the line-up for the "We Are One" ceremony to be held on January 18.

The ceremony also boasts performances and readings by Beyonce, Bono, Bruce Springsteen, Denzel Washington and Martin Luther King III, among others.

Tiger Woods gives caddie second chance after Phil Mickelson outburst

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London, Dec 18 : American professional golfer Tiger Woods has said that he intends to retain his caddie Steve Williams despite his stinging criticism of Phil Mickelson.

Woods and Mickelson have never had an easy relationship between them and Williams almost snapped off all relations after he, according to a New Zealand newspaper, ruled out Mickelson as a great player saying "because I think he''s a [expletive]."

Tiger''s caddy regrets calling rival Mickelson a prick

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Wellington, Dec.16 (ANI): Golfing champion Tiger Woods New Zealand
caddie Steve Williams has expressed regret over his disparaging remarks
about American golfer Phil Mickelson, and hopes it is the last shot
played in a controversial episode which quickly spanned the globe.

Williams, who caddies for world No 1 Tiger Woods, found himself the
central figure in an escalating incident after referring to Mickelson
as a prick, stuff.co.nz reports.

The comment, made at a charity function in New Plymouth, was
reported by the local newspaper and later picked up by The Guardian
newspaper in London.

Tiger''s Kiwi caddie calls rival Mickelson a ''prick''

Tiger''s Kiwi caddie calls rival Mickelson a ''prick''Wellington, Dec. 14 : American golfer Tiger Woods'' Kiwi caddie Steve Williams has reportedly called his (Woods') fierce rival Phil Mickelson a "prick".

According to stuff. co. nz, Williams says it''s "no secret" the two leading golfers in the world "don''t get along".

Williams'' told the Star-Times in an interview yesterday that the relationship between Woods'' and Mickelson was a festering one, and has been exacerbated with the latter offering a withering assessment of Woods'' while he recovers from knee surgery.

Woods stumbles, but maintains out of US Open gate

La Jolla, California Tiger Woods has a spectacular record when leading a major championship after 54 holes - he has never lost on 13 such occasions. The question being asked at the US Open at Torrey Pines on Sunday afternoon was how he will do when he trails after 55 holes.

While the 32-year old Woods started the final round with the lead at 3-under, he quickly gave way by making double bogey, bogey on his first two holes. The double bogey at No 1 was his third on the hole this week. Wincing in pain after an errant drive on No 2, Woods went on to make bogey on the 389-yard par-4 and fell to even-par for the tournament.




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