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Golf Australia Express : Issue 43
PEEK THE COVER STORY THE The phrase has been uttered too many times over the past two years. But after Tiger’s latest win at the AT&T National—his third for the season and more than anyone else—few could disagree his two-year form slump has officially ended. Tiger Woods is in fact back, although perhaps not the same Tiger. At least not exactly. Yet although the latest version of the man still lacks the dogged consistency that kept him above all others for a decade, signs of that dominance are slowly returning. Funnily enough, Tiger’s resurgence has, for the most part, gone unnoticed. Not any more. Once again the former world No.1 is being spoken about as a major threat at every tournament. Some commentators are even calling him golf’s de facto No.1 player. (Might be a tad unfair on Luke Donald, methinks.) Not long ago we’d all written Tiger off, despite the odd win here and there. Why? Well, we’re not used to this latest Tiger; one who misses cuts and finishes T40 at the Masters and the Players. Oh, and still wins more than any of the others. To highlight the success of a season any other player would regard as a huge one, we’ve summed up each event Tiger’s played to show you where he’s earned his stripes. And to think we’re only just over the halfway mark... OTG “TIGER WOODS IS BACK.”