As simple as it sounds, golf needs Tiger, and Tiger needs golf. With a bit of luck, Tiger has the opportunity to re-invent his career, and this weekend at the Hero World Challenge will give us a glimpse at whether or not Tiger can be great again.
Even as he holed the last putt, Brooks did not squat and pump the air with his putter. Neither did he jump for joy in the clubhouse as the last pairing walked off the final hole. Rather, it was the “chill” manner of acting like he had been there before coupled with his long drives and fantastic iron play that won Brooks this tournament.
At the 117th U.S. Open at Erin Hills, we fans want the sort of drama we have become accustomed to seeing at U.S. Opens past. However, the tone has to be set by these four golfers and their potential to either make a move up the leaderboard on Sunday or consolidate a 54-hole lead en route to victory.