Stuart Scott Remembered By Tiger Woods, Golf World

Stuart Scott passed away Sunday morning after a long battle with cancer. He is remembered by all as a groundbreaking sports anchor and a man who changed how sports are covered on television. The sports world shared in the grief of losing a media icon. The world of golf also shared in the sadness with many of the game’s giants offering thoughts, memories and remembrances.

Scott credited his love of the game to Tiger Woods because of “his passion” and “the way that he plays,” he told Sports Illustrated in a 2014 interview

“He’s unique and different, and he inspired a lot of my passion,” Scott said. “It’s a sport you can’t master. If you’re an athlete, you can do almost anything, but golf is not like that.”

Woods called him a hero, and was just one of many to remember Scott’s legacy and impact on the world around him.

John Buccigross shared this photo of himself and Scott ‘Dufnering’ at the office, saying he “gave Stu 894 golf tips in 18 years working with him.”

Scott was well-remembered by all, including a long list of golfers.


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