Like any regular girlfriend, Lindsey Vonn is standing, or in her case, walking by her man as she follows him around in his quest for another Masters jacket.
The Olympic skier showed up during the third round of the golf tournament looking relaxed in a white knit top and matching jeans. Looking very fresh, Vonn completed her look with aviator shades, light make-up and straight blond locks.
Woods’ girlfriend has been very supportive since this year’s Masters Tournament started, often being seen in the gallery quietly cheering him on as he struggles to stay in the game.
— Terez Owens (@TerezOwens) April 12, 2015
The tournament has been a challenging one for Woods, so far. He ended the first day nine shots behind current leader Justin Spieth. Woods remained optimistic about his run but is preparing to be surprised.
“We don't know what the Masters is going to do, what they're going to do with the greens or the golf course,” he explained. “You know how they like to change things every now and then.”
Vonn knows only too well Woods’ situation as she herself went through the difficulties of working to come back to your A-game after being sidelined from injuries.
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The 30-year-old skier has already undergone two operations after blowing out her knee. But Vonn was able to successfully return to alpine skiing and won her seventh World Cup downhill title.
“I’m so proud and happy, and I really have to thank the people that supported me and got me back to where I am now,” the American said. And Woods was one of those who has supported her.
Despite her boyfriend’s struggles on the green, Vonn appears to be enjoying herself, as she roams around patiently in casual outfits. The only time the skier broke from her style was during The Masters Preview Day.
Wearing a long, strappy, green gown which she accessorized with diamonds, the Olympic athlete was beaming as she walked behind Woods and his caddies for the day, daughter Sam and son Charlie.
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