Former world number one Tiger Woods reported for duty at the Players Championship on Tuesday, insisting he was fully recovered from the neck problem which forced him to skip last week's Arnold Palmer Invitational.
"The stress has to go somewhere if I don't have movement, so it's very important for me to keep pliable". Holmes and Justin Thomas, is at TPC Sawgrass and spent a few days with Woods last week when he practiced at home.
"It's about trying to manage what I have". He mentioned a few things and, as I started to feel a bit better this past week, the putting definitely freed up.
Woods, 43, showed up at Innisbrook last March for the first time since 1996 and put on a show.
"I'm curious to see how it goes this year, because the course is going to be a totally different one than what we saw in May", said Mickelson, whose only victory in the tournament came the first time it was played in May in 2007.
By becoming the first player since Hal Sutton in 1983 to win the tournament on debut, the Tour struggler earned $US1,080,000 and leapt to 64 in the world rankings. It feels like is this going to be the last time that I am going to pick up a golf club.
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After being staged in May since 2007, the PGA Tour flagship event returns to its old March timeslot, which means different grass and more likely different weather will greet a field that includes all top 50 in the world in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Brooks Koepka says his two-major haul previous year has left his confidence sky-high and believes half of his competitors are beaten by the time they reach the first tee at majors.
"It started to get a little tighter and tighter as I played more holes in Mexico", Woods said.
SportsLine's prediction model, built by DFS pro Mike McClure, has nailed four of the past eight majors entering the weekend and called Tiger Woods' deep run in the PGA Championship despite being a 25-1 long shot. "A lot of the tee shots are hard so if I can do that well and be aggressive then hopefully I can do enough other things right to be up there".
One thing hasn't changed as far as Woods is concerned. "I think it's a great test".
Adam Scott at TPC Sawgrass in just his third PLAYERS start in 2004 and has three top 10s and three other four other top 20s since then. We think that the game is best served with everybody playing by the same rules and the same standards. He has not finished out of the top 20 in his three starts this year, though he not finished closer than eight shots of the victor. "It's our (the players') championship, it would do a lot to help me get back into the Masters, help me with my chances to make the Presidents Cup toward the end of the year". This track is not particularly long at only 7,215 yards but even when these pros think they have hit a good shot, they can't be too sure.