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Topic - George Cooper
Tiger Woods was back Thursday afternoon, playing at Congressional Country Club for the first time in three years. He was back in March, winning an official PGA Tour event for the first time in 932 days. He also was back earlier this month, becoming a multiple-winner on the Tour for the first time since 2009.
They're not all nightclubs. Some are bars, some are strip joints, restaurants and even banquet halls. But they all host dancing in Prince George's County.
Cooper said he started playing golf after Woods turned pro because "I saw that it's possible."
"I don't understand how they reopened. They didn't have any oversight from the county," said Ms. Cooper, who has since filed a lawsuit against both CFE and the county.