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Tiger Woods is back in action this week at the PGA Championship – and immediately got annoyed at a cameraman.

After teeing off at the tenth alongside Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, Woods was unhappy with how close the camera operator got as he walked down the fairway.

The 15-time major winner twice asked for some space before waving the camera away.

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It’s not the first time Woods has got annoyed at camera operators or photographers, professional or otherwise.

His former caddie Steve Williams revealed his informal role as “camera police”, such was the level of interference at the peak of Woods’ powers.

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Woods is playing just his second event in more than a year after a devastating car crash last year.

The former world No.1 made his return to golf at the Masters last month.

If he wins at Southern Hills, he would tie Gene Sarazen and Jack Nicklaus’ all-time record for PGA victories with five.

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