4 Golfers Who Can Sabotage Tiger’s Return
Tiger Woods is off to a rough start this year. The worst start he’s had as a professional, actually, coming in 80th at the Farmers Insurance Open and struggling during the first two days of the Honda Classic. As of this writing, Woods stands tied in 71st at the tournament, which is taking place Friday and through the weekend.
Woods, 38, stands second all-time in PGA Tour wins with 79 and second in majors victories with 14, and has accumulated the largest purse from golf winnings in the history of the sport. He is currently ranked at the top of the World Golf Rankings with an average score of 10.2, but his 2014 season has hardly been as dominant as that number would suggest. Or perhaps he’s only faltering in light of his past accomplishments.
Time makes a mockery of us all and such. Woods still remains a major media fixture and fan draw, as this news report on the opening day of the tournament revealed:
If Tiger is to reascend to the top of the green in song as well as spirit, he’s going to have to get past his demons. If not, there are other names ready for their slices of history who will make the most of Tiger’s potential missteps. These are the four horsemen of the Tigerpocalypse.