After a couple weeks off from competition on the PGA Tour, Tiger Woods is back in action this week against an impressive field at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio—home of the Jack Nicklaus-designed Muirfield Village Golf Club.
Tiger has tasted victory here four times. And naturally, it's a tournament he would love to win again, but the event also serves as a challenging tune-up for next month's U.S. Open Championship at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, where Tiger played a practice round yesterday.
Tiger finished in unimpressive fashion—T40 at the Players Championship—earlier this month, leaving many to wonder which Tiger Woods we will see this week. His 2012 season has been a roller coaster ride—from an impressive five-shot victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational to a missed cut at the Wells Fargo Championship.
Amidst a multi-year swing change project with coach Sean Foley, Tiger has been inconsistent to say the least. That's why it's difficult to rank the best parts of his game right now. But the numbers don't lie.
Let's put Tiger's game through a quick power ranking to see where he provides the best of his best.