| In Focus
A pictorial review of the last 30 days from around the world.
Tiger Woods smiles as he walks across the 18th green during round two of the Hero World Challenge at Albany, The Bahamas. After his 16-month absence, the 40-year-old offers the golf world hope of a return to greatness. “The Big Cat” has certainly flashed the memories back to his glory days, especially armed with his old faithful putter, Scotty Cameron, with which he won 13 majors. After a trial run, he and Bridgestone made it official by announcing that Woods has entered into a multi-year agreement to endorse and play the B330-S golf ball. He also officially committed to the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club, California in mid-February, marking his return to the tournament where he made his first PGA Tour start. Tiger was also named lead designer for the restoration of a pair of historic Chicago courses. 2017 will see the full return of Tiger Woods both on and off the course.