Over the last five years, we’ve talked plenty about Tiger Woods.
Would he ever play again, would he ever win again, and would he ever win a major again?
There were times when all three of those questions seemed unlikely.
But here we are at the end of the 2018 golf season, with Tiger Woods back in the winner’s circle. And while it wasn’t a major, Tiger beat a field of the top 30 players at the Tour Championship and came a Justin Rose birdie away from winning the FedEx Cup.
I’ve written before, it’s not about whether he does win or not, but the fact he is contending again makes it better for golf.
We should just enjoy it when we see the red shirt and hear the roars of the gallery following Tiger.
Well, Sunday had all of that and ends a remarkable comeback season that had him in contention at majors, win a tournament and will now play in the Ryder Cup for the first time since 2012.
Tiger is back and I can’t wait to see what he has in store in 2019.