With Tiger Woods return to competitive action recently, the media has been set on fire with different news articles on the American star, which has generated a lot of interest in the golf game from both fans and non-fans of the game.
However, we would be looking at Woods from 2013 till date;
In April 2013, at the Masters, Woods had been put in front as a serious contender for the title. He went on to hit a gorgeous approach on his 15th, which hit the pin and rolled into the water.
Tiger dropped, with some immediately taking issue with the drop. At the end, Woods was assessed a two0stroke penalty, which saw his bogey 6 become an 8, thus halting any momentum of heading into the third rounds the next day. He therefore finished T-4 at % while Angel Cabrera was defeated by Scott in a playoff.
In September 2013, he was for the 11th time, named the PGA Tour player of the year which elicited lots of hopes from his fans.
In August of 2014, Tiger missed out at the PGA Championship after shooting 74-74, thus bringing a brutal end to his 2014 season.
Woods missed the cut at the U.S. Open in June 2015, at Chambers Bay after shooting 80 and making some awful swings. He also went on to miss the cut at the PGA championship and at the British Open as well.
In September 7, 2016, the American Superstar announced a planned return to golf at the month’s Safeway Open but goes on to withdraw three days later while stating his plans to play in December at the Hero World Challenge.
And on November 27 2016, after a practice Round in Bahamas, Woods tells USA today that he’s back and better in control.