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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 215
Almost every player returning from injury requires a few events to scrape off the rust and dial in the mental and physical focus that’s required to compete at the top end of the leaderboard for four days. The 40-year-old needs to get ‘match fit’ and, in all probability, accept some mediocre results while getting there if he’s to again contend with the younger stars who have replaced him over the last five years. World Golf Hall of Fame member Johnny Miller said upon hearing of Woods’ withdrawal this week that the difficulty in being Tiger Woods is that everybody expects him to return and play like the Tiger of 2000. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. The rest of the world has accepted the fact that the Tiger Woods who swept all before him 16 years ago is now but a distant memory. And we’re all OK with that. Now it’s time for the great man himself to come to terms with it. E
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