October 6, 2014
Augusta, Georgia - April 14: Are you back? It's been a popular question for Tiger Woods in recent times.
He seemed to answer the question last Fall with his 80th PGA TOUR win at The Tour Championship. But, somehow, the jury was still out. Was it an anomaly? Was he able to do it at one of the four great championships?
On Sunday the verdict was unanimous, Tiger Woods' game was major level quality once again.
At age 43, one of the game's greatest players added another amazing chapter to his legacy with a victory at The Masters.
Woods' last major victory came in 2008. Since then the litany of troubles he has endured has become a well-recited record. Divorce, scandals, an arrest, surgeries. He seemed lost personally, let alone able to locate his game.
Eighteen months ago he was the 539th ranked player in the world. The same dynamo who once owned the #1 ranking for longer than anyone else in his prime.
But then came last year when he contended in the the final two major championships of the year; then claimed a trophy at East Lake. A Georgia win.
And there he was this year, just down the…
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