Is Tiger Woods back to Championship form?
If not, he's extremely close. Numbers don't lie. When was the last time he played three solid rounds of golf? That has not happened for a very long time. He just did it at the Australian Open. And when he was in championship form, he did it rather consistently. Mark my word.
He looked good at the end of the President Cup. I sure hope so.
It's been a long road for him, but it does seem to be regaining his old form. Hopefully he can move beyond the scandals and concentrate on his god given talent.
by Kyle Keckeisen7 years ago
I just realized that with all of Tiger's recent 'transgressions,' how did he focus in his tournaments? If i was him, that would constantly be on my mind! Imagine how good he actually could have been if he was on the...
by Paul Edmondson6 years ago
I felt like this weekend's US Open I was watching a renewed game where there is intrigue and interest without Tiger.One young talented and seemingly nice guy that plays at the highest level is very refreshing. ...
by premierkj7 years ago
Tiger has announced he will return to golf at the Masters and to be honest I don't want him to win. I would prefer a Mickelson victory...although if he's in contention it will be exciting!
by tina.8 years ago
Golf is still Tiger Woods and everyone else. It seems that he still doesn't have a rival, only occasional lapses````"To play as well as I have of late and not get the Ws has been a little frustrating, no doubt,...
by Richard Ricky Hale5 years ago
It may be just me, but I am longing to see Tiger get back to his former self. He was and still is the only reason I watch golf. Will we ever see the old Tiger again?
by prettydarkhorse5 years ago
Even Nicklaus applauded him!!This win tied Woods with Nicklaus — the tournament founder!! http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/04/sport … -wins.html
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