[Answer] 1. After winning the 2006 British Open, Tiger Woods could not contain his emotions. What reason was the cause for him to be so upset?

 1 : Introduction to the question “1. After winning the 2006 British Open, Tiger Woods could not contain his emotions. What reason was the cause for him to be so upset?
…1. He had just seen how much his divorce was going to cost him
2. His brand new car had been stolen as the golf course was near Liverpool
3. It was the first major he won after the death of his father just two months earlier
4. His caddy had been using the drinks bar in the hotel room and the bill went to Tiger
After sinking his last putt at the 2006 Open held at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake, Tiger Woods was unable to hide his tears. It was his first victory in one of golf’s major tournaments since the death of his father, Earl Woods, in May of that year. It was also his first major win that his father had not witnessed and, with it being only 2 months since his death, the tears that could be seen by the televised press was clearly understandable. He finished that Open Championship two shots clear of fellow American Chris DiMarco and 5 shots ahead of the South African Ernie Els. Tiger would follow up this victory by claiming the next major, which was the 2006 PGA Championship.

1. After winning the 2006 British Open, Tiger Woods could not contain his emotions. What reason was the cause for him to be so upset?

It was the first major he won after the death of his father just two months earlier:

1. After winning the 2006 British Open, Tiger Woods could not contain his emotions. What reason was the cause for him to be so upset?

The Correct Answer is

It was the first major he won after the death of his father just two months earlier:

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