There can be no further doubt about it. Tiger Woods is back – and golf is all the better for it.
Woods may not have won the Valspar Championship – that honour went to Paul Casey after a scintillating final-round 65 – but no one could mistake the feeling of having Woods in contention down the final stretch again.
It was like a PGA Tour Sunday of old.
Massive galleries following Tiger’s every move…
Fans doing everything they can to sneak a peak of the action…
Tiger delivering with a monster putt on the 17th green….
Woods strutting down the fairway like he owns the place.
The day itself didn’t go according to plan for Woods – the shots weren’t always pure and the putts didn’t always drop…
But finishing just one shot behind the winner was more than enough to elicit a smile from the former World No 1 – and why not?
After all Woods’ struggles on and off the course over the last few years – the multiple injuries and surgeries – his comeback seems nothing short of miraculous.
With the Masters looming, Woods must now be considered a serious contender – using the Paddy Power Golf betting odds.
As if the prospect of the Masters at Augusta isn’t exciting enough, things just got a whole lot more exciting.
Phil Mickelson and his business partner, Steve Loy, have announced a deal to open 30 Reis & Irvy’s stores in San Diego.
This summer, St Mellion’s Nicklaus Signature Course celebrates 30 years of golf by rolling back prices to 1988, the year in which it opened.
US Open champion Brooks Koepka and runner-up Tommy Fleetwood share more than just recent success, as Matt Cooper reveals.
Tommy Fleetwood didn’t win the US Open on Sunday, but his final-round 63 has left him positive he was what it takes to win a major in the future.