• Tiger Woods rejected a record $3.3 million payout for appearance at new tournament in Saudi Arabia

    7 days ago - By Chron

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    Tiger Woods ended a five-year winning drought with a resounding victory at the 2018 PGA Tour Championship.
    After his dramatic return to the winner's circle, Woods was offered his highest ever payout to compete in a tournament overseas.
    The golf great snubbed a whopping $3.3 million paycheck to participate in the European Tour's inaugural event in Saudi Arabia amid the outcry over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
    After his dramatic return to the winner's circle last season, Tiger Woods was offered his highest ever payout to compete in a tournament...
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  • Tiger Woods rejected a record $3.3 million payout for appearance at new tournament in Saudi Arabia

    Tiger Woods rejected a record $3.3 million payout for appearance at new tournament in Saudi Arabia

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Tiger Woods ended a five-year winning drought with a resounding victory at the 2018 PGA Tour Championship.
    After his dramatic return to the winner's circle , Woods was offered his highest ever payout to compete in a tournament overseas.
    The golf great snubbed a whopping $3.3 million paycheck to participate in the European Tour's inaugural event in Saudi Arabia amid the outcry over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
    After his dramatic return to the winner's circle last season, Tiger Woods was offered his highest ever payout to compete in a tournament overseas.
    And he said...
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