Tiger Woods ‘accepts Trump’s invitation to the White House to celebrate his Masters victory’ just months after the pair played a round in Florida with Jack Nicklaus
- Tiger Woods is set to visit the White House for a reception with Donald Trump
- Woods earned stunning one-stroke victory in the Masters at Augusta last month
- Visit could cause controversy, as several athletes have refused to meet Trump
Tiger Woods is set to visit the White House for a congratulatory reception with President Donald Trump following his victory at the Masters, according to reports in the USA.
Woods earned a stunning one-stroke victory at Augusta last month to win his 15th major championship, his first Masters since 2005 and his first major victory since the 2008 US Open.
He has played with keen golfer Trump in the past, with the US President posing for a picture with Woods and Jack Nicklaus on course, which was posted to his Twitter account in February.
Read more here.