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[CROWD CHATTER] ROB KAVANAGH: He's my favorite professional athlete in the world, and had an opportunity to come see them this morning.

So dropped my wife off at the airport this morning and made my way into town.

[CROWD CHATTER] PHIL DEWAN: Well, it's Tiger Woods, greatest golfer of all time, least of our generation, right?

So not often you have a chance to meet Tiger Woods.

[CROWD CHATTER] KENNY KREBS: I mean, I've seen him at some golf tournaments before, but to meet him in person, just in a regular, casual setting, is pretty impressive and it's a once in a lifetime opportunity.

[CROWD CHATTER] PHIL DEWAN: His best golf's behind him, of course, but you never know.

[CROWD CHATTER] ANDREW MIKO: Fan of Tiger Woods.

Very rare appearance for him to do this.

It would almost be like, you know, appearance of Michael Jordan, coming to do a book-signing.

[CROWD CHATTER]