Around nine months into his comeback from spinal fusion surgery, the golfing world has been abuzz. And like a jump-started car, roared back to life as Tiger returned to competitive golf and proved he can still compete and perhaps even win another major or two. Many have lamented the biased coverage on both television as well as on social media that Tiger Woods receives even when he isn’t in contention. Thing is, he has brought back so much interest and life to the events he’s played in so far. At the 100th PGA Championship, Tiger turned back the clock to the once familiar roars from spectators. Although the event was eventually won by Brooks Koepka, his second major of the year I must add, and third so far. You wouldn’t have guessed it, judging by the crowds that included journalists, photographers, fans and naysayers alike, who followed Tiger all though the event. Perhaps all hoping to bear witness to another major win, with Tiger now back in the hunt of equalling or bettering Jack Nicklaus’ 18 major wins. Not forgetting he did finish 6th at The Open Championship earlier in the year too! At the Northern Trust event, Tiger Woods made the cut for the 13th time in 15 tournaments since his return to golf. Unfortunately he struggled all week with the flatstick and finished the tournament tied 40th, he did insist his driving was spot on that week though. As we send this issue to the printers, Tiger is still looking to cement his place on the US Ryder Cup team. He has missed out on an automatic qualification but could still feature as Captain Jim Furyk’s one of four selections. His inclusion would definitely benefit the team, he has after-all played in seven Ryder Cups thus his experience would be invaluable as will the support of his not-so-small troop of followers.