NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — A year after Tiger Woods struggled just to get on his feet, he can’t wait to get started in his return to golf.
Woods was a mixture of optimism and reality Tuesday when he spoke about coming back after a 15-month hiatus, the longest break of his career. He says his goals haven’t changed, but that it would be a tall order for him to post low scores after being gone for so long.
Woods says one year has made a massive difference. He says the reason he offered such a bleak outlook last year at this tournament was because he struggled to get out of bed, much less swing a club.
He says no matter what he shoots, the week is a success because he’s playing again.
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