Even those who have never played as stroke of golf probably understand that Tiger Woods’ historic Masters’ win on Sunday was a big moment – not just for a professional athlete who triumphed over a decade of scandal and adversity, but for America, a country that was built on the kind of grit and dedication displayed by Woods while capturing his fifth Masters’ title, his first in more than a decade. At 43, he became the second-oldest person to win the tournament after Jack Nicklaus, who won the tournament in 1986 at age 46.
Unfortunately, some couldn’t share in the excitement.
This post is from ZeroHedge. We encourage our readers to continue reading the full article from the original source here.