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March 4, 2012 - B.J. Lisko
Finally! It took an awful long time but Tiger Woods finally dialed things in. Woods' caddie Joe LaCava said Tiger hit every shot exactly the way he wanted Sunday en route to a final round 62 -- his best ever Sunday score on the PGA Tour.
The jury is still out on whether Tiger will return completely to his old form and dominate the game once again. It would appear I'm in somewhat of a minority in thinking he's going to, but Sunday he finally gave those of us with that opinion some fuel for the fire.
Think about it. If Tiger Woods had played even remotely better in any of his first three rounds, Sunday's 62 would've vaulted him past the entire field, Rory McIlroy included. I'll give props to Rory for taking over the world's No. 1 spot, but McIlroy should heed some advice.
Tiger will return to prominence, and he will eventually regain his spot as golf's best, and he'll go through McIlroy and everyone else to get it. With each tournament, we're catching more and more glimpses of the past.
Tiger will be back, and judging by the reaction at the Honda Classic to his eagle on the 18th hole, he'll be welcomed with open arms.
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