With Win In Japan, Tiger Woods Proves He Has Father Time On The Ropes
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2019-11-04
By ADAM STANLEY, Sportsnet
Tiger Woods started the ZOZO Championship in Japan with three consecutive bogeys. Many people would have written him off, but they would have been wrong. Just like any time Woods has been written off before.
[The win] marked Woods’ 82nd career PGA Tour victory, tied for the most all-time with Sam Snead. And it seems like he’s just going to keep going.
Woods admitted his Masters victory in April took a lot out of him. He had a pedestrian summer. He was hurt, had surgery — again — and came into Japan with more questions than answers.
It’s been a common theme for Woods over the past decade. In 2013, he named was Player of the Year after winning five times. But then he went away again — battling personal demons and his body.
And he’s not finished yet.