Players wear red, black in special Sunday tribute to Tiger
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Red and black are everywhere for the final round of the WGC-Workday Championship as players pay tribute to Tiger Woods by wearing his iconic Sunday outfit.

Rory McIlroy was one of the first to mention his plans to honor Woods, and he didn't disappoint, donning red and black for the first time in his career.

Tony Finau took it a step farther by rocking a hat in reverse to mimic Tiger's look at the 2018 PGA Championship.

Justin Thomas didn't have a completely red shirt available but did a great job matching a look Woods pulled off in 2019.

With some players lacking red shirts featuring sponsors' names and logos, a few golfers have found other ways to honor Tiger. Bryson DeChambeau is using a ball with "Tiger" stamped on it, and Billy Horschel wrote "TW" on the side of his hat.

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The tributed extended beyond the PGA Tour, as well, as Phil Mickelson showed support for his longtime rival on the Champions Tour.

Women's golf legend Annika Sorenstam did the same at the Gainbridge LPGA.

Woods is "in good spirits" and recovering in California after undergoing further surgeries to repair his leg fractures following a single-vehicle car accident.

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