Eight months after winning the U.S. Open on one good leg, a healthy Tiger Woods is returning to golf. Woods said on his Web site Thursday that he will defend his title next week in the Accenture Match Play Championship, believing his reconstructed left knee and his game is good enough to win.
“I’m now ready to play again, Woods said.
The Match Play Championship in Tucson, Ariz., begins Wednesday, where Woods will end his 254-day break from competition.
This is great news for golf fans. For golf fanatics like myself, it is also welcome news. Now I won’t shake my head at yet the 108th article is written about-
Will Tiger be better when he comes back?
When will Tiger come back?
Will fatherhood make Tiger a better player?
Actually of those three, only the ‘When will Tiger come back articles’ are certain to end. The lemming mentality of the golf media still astounds me though it shouldn’t.
I’ll be watching next week.
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