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Following Tiger’s third win of the season last week at Bay Hill, Sports Illustrated granted Tiger with their latest cover. The spread shows the back of Tiger and has the word “Back” in bold letters. I’m also glad I took the damn time to type that out, no way you could have gotten that from the below photo. *facepalm*
You can take a look back HERE of all Tiger’s past S.I. covers.
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