After April back surgery and a highly publicized traffic stop last May, Tiger Woods returns to the course in the Bahamas for the Hero World Challenge.
Woods, who turns 42 next month, hasn’t always been the model citizen.
He put lives at risk by getting behind the wheel in Jupiter, Florida earlier this year.
It was seven years ago that Woods’ transgressions led to his divorce of Elin Nordegren. We all have shortcomings, I’m sure he has had some in between.
We see images and read stories about Tiger Woods that make us forget, not all that long ago, he was a living legend.
After all, he is a 14-time majors’ winner and was the dominant player in the world for a long time.
Here is hoping his actions — and perhaps to a lesser extent, his play — helps us remember the legend and not the person who had times had little regard for himself or for others.