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Tiger’s Latest Conquest: CBS’ Jim Nantz

We get it, some people watch the Masters coverage for the golf. But how 'bout a little something for the rest of the world?

CBS' Jim Nantz interviewed Tiger Woods for the network's latenight coverage on Thursday, and did everything but sit in the golfer's lap. Scandal? What scandal? A fleeting reference to that merely followed Woods' appearance.

On the course, Nantz said to Woods gushing, "you look like you just feel at home."

Woods doubtless felt at home with Nantz, too.

Talk about a journalistic bogey.

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