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Being Tiger Woods means never having to say you’re sorry -- in any real sense of the word.
Woods issued the professional athlete’s version of a mea culpa on Saturday when he said he meant no offense “but ...” by drop-kicking his 9-iron during the second round of the Masters.
“I apologize if I offend anybody by that, but I’ve hit some bad shots,” Woods
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