In a nation divided, Tiger Woods serves as a rare unifier — The Undefeated


Watching Tiger Woods emerge from the massive crowd that swarmed him as he approached the 18th green of Sunday’s Tour Championship event is one of the most memorable images you’ll ever see in sports.

That crowd appeared overwhelmingly white.

But that doesn’t mean African-American fans who didn’t show up at East Lake Golf in Atlanta to see the final round of the Tour Championship live didn’t care.

Terry Irving, who should have been excited to witness his Washington Redskins smacking around the Green Bay Packers from his seat in Section 130 on Sunday afternoon at FedEx Field, was constantly being diverted to the Tiger Woods updates appearing on his phone.

Russell Cannon Jr., who began his day at home in Western Pennsylvania preparing to overdose on football, dumped the NFL for golf…

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