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The Masters 2015: Tiger Woods confirms he will be fit to play at Augusta

Poor form and injuries have plagued Woods over the past few years

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After missing out on Augusta last year, Ireland's triple major winner is in fine form again. He tells Kevin Garside what it means to be heading back

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Tiger Woods to drop out of top 100 for first time since 1996

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