Congratulations to @TigerWoods., a truly Great Champion!
If Donald Trump and Barack Obama are in agreement, you know something incredible has happened.
Both presidents were united in their admiration of Tiger Woods, the golfing phenomenon who returned to the top of the sporting world by winning the Masters on Sunday.
The 43-year-old’s win sent social media into a frenzy, with a host of stars rushing to congratulate the now 15-time major winner.
Many consider Woods to be the greatest golfer of all time and another GOAT, Serena Williams, was overcome by what he had achieved.
A who’s who of sporting royalty were quick to hail Woods’ sixth victory at the iconic Augusta course.
While many were calling the 43-year-old’s win the most incredible of sporting triumphs, not everyone was so generous.
And even his fellow golfers were delighted for Woods, even Phil Mickelson – who has been doing battle with his compatriot for over 20 years.
Ten and thousands of Hong Kong protesters flood city streets in largest rally in weeks
Source: AFP- A sea of democracy activists flooded the streets of Hong Kong Sunday in a defiant show to the city’s leaders that their movement still pulls wide public support, despite mounting violence and increasingly stark warnings from Beijing.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters carrying umbrellas poured across the heart of Hong Kong island defying torrential rain and a police order not to march from a park where they had gathered earlier for a rally.
Weeks of demonstrations have plunged the financial hub into crisis, with images of masked black-clad protesters engulfed by tear gas during street battles against riot police stunning a city once renowned for its stability.
Sunday’s action, which organisers the Civil Human Rights Front said drew more than 1.7 million in the largest rally in weeks, was billed as a return to the “peaceful” origins of the leaderless protest movement.
“It’s been a long day and we’re very tired, but to see so many people out in the rain marching for Hong Kong gives strength to everyone,” said Danny Tam, a 28-year-old graphic designer.
The unprecedented political crisis was sparked by opposition to a plan to allow extraditions to the Chinese mainland.