“I was having a hard time not crying on the last hole,” Woods said, his voice choking at times. Tim Bradbury/Getty Images/AFP
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"Tigermania" is back after crowds mobbed Tiger Woods like a rock star to see him snap a five-year win drought, and it's about to hit France in a major way at the 42nd Ryder Cup. Like the Beatles in America in 1964 or Michael Jordan and the U.S. basketball team at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, Woods will be the star attraction this week at Le Golf National.Fans chanted "Ti-ger, Ti-ger" and "U-S-A, U-S-A" and Woods fought back tears before making the final putt to become a champion once again after once fearing he might never play again.World No. 21 Paul Casey, Rose's European Ryder Cup teammate, is excited about the Woods victory and what it means for Ryder Cup week.
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