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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Tiger Woods’ first serious comeback test a success, major challenges await

Tiger Woods’ first serious comeback test a success, major challenges await
A decade ago, Tiger Woods was not happy to finish Tori Pai at 23rd position, but in the recent years due to injury sustained injury, former World Number One could not be happier with his last assignment.

At the age of 42, Woods does not have the chance to reach Chikki Haite in the 1997-2008 grand days, but when he won 14 big companies. But in the Farmer's Insurance Open, he showed suspicious viewers his intentions and creativity still intact.

Woods still knows how to get the ball in the hole, when its driver is not a relevance model. Most importantly, he came on tough factors without any apparent signs of physical discomfort for 72 hours. Earlier, when it was 12 months away, in clear pain, he had completed 36 holes nicely in one place.

On Sunday, the United Nations started its second surgeries only on Sunday from 156 onwards - last month in the unofficial Hero World Challenge - it proves that it is destined to count back up.

His driving was normal - he hit only 3 favorites in each of the final three rounds - but former British Open champion Ian Becker-Finch said he was not as bad as being poor. Because it's 14 major titles in 2008. Open While photographs of Jack Nicklaus's 18-year record breaking may be fragile, it suggests that it is unlikely that he can face one or more challenges again.

The first test will come in the Masters in April, and everything that happens after and after will be a part of its preparation.
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