New season, same tale. When you hear the sport of golf being discussed, more often than not, it involves the talk about one player, and with due respect to Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Bobby Jones, this young man might be the greatest ever.
Of course, we're talking about Tiger Woods. After sitting out the first few weeks of the season, Tiger made a triumphant return, not by simply winning the Buick Open, but by dominating the golfing landscape, beating his fellow professional golfer by 8 strokes.
During this high times, Tiger does not forget the bad. He recalls a few years ago, when the world panicked that Tiger lost his mind by re-designing his stroke and strategy.
"I tried to explain to people that's why I made the changes I made, I knew that I can obtain another level, here we are, and even though I didn't ride the ball particularly well this week, I still was able to do what I was able to do this weekend, which was nice," says the man, the myth, the legend.
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