Tiger Woods will be the final player to play in the finals of the Masters tournament in Augusta, Georgia.
Woods won the tournament’s first two holes by a combined score of 7-3, but fell to Kevin Dorsey of the Oklahoma City Thunder, who beat the former United States Open champion in straight sets.
Woods had to wait until his last shot in the second round to advance, though.
Woods was one shot ahead of the defending champion.
The first round of the tournament is scheduled for June 23.
In addition to Woods, the field includes a finalist in the final round, the final two in the third round, and three final fours in the tournament.
The Masters is the most prestigious tournament in golf.
It features the world’s most famous players competing for a title.
A total of $2.5 billion is at stake.
This is the first time in history that the Masters has hosted a final round of golf.
A major event is played for the title in a tournament of its own, and the prize money is split among the winners.
The tournament began in 1871 as the British Open, with all of the players in the field playing for their country.
The British Open has grown into the tournament that we know today as the U.S. Open, the first major tournament in the U, and its current champion, Rory McIlroy.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the U Open.
The final round has become a symbol of the sport’s growth.
In its first year, the tournament was played only three times.
It has since grown to over 400 tournaments, and more than 20 million fans watched the first round.
The U. S. Open is the oldest major tournament on the U and has grown from a tournament to a global event.
It attracts a high percentage of fans from around the world and is held on two continents, the United States and Europe.
The top five finishers in each round earn $2 million in prize money.
The winner of the final tournament earns $10 million.