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Golf Australia Express : Issue 47
Moving Up: Tiger Woods STAT: World Ranking NUMBERS DON’T LIE... STAT THE R EMEMBER THIS GUY? Fourteen majors, 74 PGA Tour wins and the longest stint as the world No.1 makes you a hard man to forget. And it looks like Tiger Woods is eyeing off another reign as the best player on earth— three wins in a season puts that front of mind. It hasn’t been an easy climb back for the American. Just eight months ago Woods found himself languishing outside the world top 50—an unfamiliar position following a decade of dominance at the top of the table. But since December signs started to appear in his game that suggested he wasn’t all that far from getting back in the winner’s circle. That day came in March at the Arnold Palmer Invitational— two and a half years since his ugly fall from grace. Woods backed it up at the Memorial in June and then just weeks later completed the triple at the AT&T National, all the while creeping back up the world rankings. Following another good showing at The Open Championship two weeks ago—despite a Round 4 fadeout— Tiger moved up to the world No.2 ranking. Now there’s just one more step to overcome for the comeback to be completed. But that’s a mighty big one named Luke Donald. Let the battle begin. OTG Jul 30, 2012 50 World Rank: 2 Dec 1, 2011 World Rank: 52
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