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Tour Confidential: Expectations for Tiger's return and a round of golf with President Trump
The Tour Confidential team discusses what we can expect from Tiger's return to professional golf, whether he can win in 2018 and how his round with President Trump played out.
By GOLF WIRE
Monday, November 27, 2017

Tiger Woods returns to professional golf this week when he tees it up at the Hero World Challenge at Albany, in the Bahamas, beginning Thursday.

It's a no-cut event, so as long as he stays healthy we will see four rounds from the 14-time major-winner. But there is still plenty to talk about before his opening round. Check back often for updates on Woods's progress.

WEDNESDAY

Woods teed off at 8:30 a.m. for his pro-am. He teed off on the first hole while Jordan Spieth was relegated to the 10th. It pays to be the host.

TUESDAY

Woods played nine holes with Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler Tuesday afternoon. As you can see below, there's a lot of trash talk happening.

Tiger gave a press conference at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

 

 

 

In an interview with Fox News, Brad Faxon talked more about Woods's game:

"It was so impressive compared to anything we've seen with him do recently in the last couple years," he said. "Dustin Johnson is the best player in the world for a lot of reasons, number one he is the longest hitter out there, and Tiger was right with him, a few holes drove it by him.

"I asked him, 'What's going to be the toughest thing for you, coming back?'

"He said, 'Actually, controlling how far I'm hitting it. I haven't hit the ball this far.'

MONDAY

Woods played nine holes with Patrick Reed.

SUNDAY

Woods rode in a cart and played a quick round on Sunday. Afterward he said "it's remarkable" being able to play pain-free.

 

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