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Woods to defend Australian Masters Title

Tiger Woods has confirmed on his website that he will be returning to Melbourne later this year to defend his Australian Masters title.

The even was held just weeks before the revelations about Tigers personnel life came out in the open, and was the last time Tiger was seen playing golf until the Masters this year.

The Australian Masters was also the last time Tiger won a golf tournament. He tied fourth in the Masters in April and tied 19th in the recent Memorial Championship.

Woods beat Greg Chalmers by two shots at the Kingston Heath Golf Club finishing on 68, in front of record breaking crowds last year for his 82nd Golf Title.  The win also meant he had won a victory on every continent where golf is played

"I am pleased to be able to return to Melbourne to defend the JBWere Masters," he said on his website.

"The Australian galleries made last year's event a great experience for all the players and I look forward to playing at The Victoria Golf Club in November."

Woods has been paid a reported three million dollars to play in the golf tournament; half of which will be paid by the Australian Taxpayers.

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