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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 271
COVER STORY marked his 17th title on the PGA Tour since 2008, leaving him one shy of Woods’ 18-victory mark during the same period. An impressive feat no doubt that upon further investigation helps explain why Tigermania will be in full swing at Torrey Pines this week. Johnson required 222 starts to secure his 17 titles, whereas Woods’ 18 came from 98 tournament appearances during a time where he required four operations on his back alone. No one is expecting the player who conquered Torrey Pines four years in a row from 2005 to suddenly reappear this week. But the Woods camp’s confident and excited words suggest that this latest return will be different from last year’s aborted attempt. “I can’t express in words how great it felt to be back in the arena and how much I missed it,” Woods said in a statement last December. “I appreciate competitive golf now more than I ever have.” The 42-year-old’s excitement about the state of his game, however, was slightly tempered by the ongoing unknown of just how much competitive golf he will be able to play. ► VIDEO: TIGER'S 2018 SWING v 2008 SWING
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