Tiger Woods Is Looking to Return to World No. 1 and Reclaim His Throne
Tiger Woods was the world's best golfer for quite some time.
He held the World No. 1 spot for more than five years and then was dethroned by Lee Westwood in 2010.
With Woods battling his personal life issues and trying to revamp his swing, the former World No. 1 plummeted down the rankings to 50th.
After his dramatic win at the Chevron World Challenge late last year, along with his three wins on tour so far this season, Woods is fourth in the world golf rankings.
Now, Woods is looking to reclaim his throne as the world's best golfer at the Greenbrier Classic and at the British Open.
With Rory McIlroy in a slump and Luke Donald struggling a bit, the only formidable threat to Woods' ascent to the top is Westwood.
Of course, if Tiger can keep up his play and winning streak, he should be able to rise to World No. 1 by the end of this season.
Then again, if Woods can put on a good performance at the last two majors, or maybe even waltz out of there with a win, then it will be safe to say that Tiger is back.
So now the question remains as to whether Woods will be able to keep his top spot once he gets it. There's no doubt that he will be No. 1 again, but will he be as dominant as before, or will he fluctuate and constantly drop in and out of the top spot?
Knowing Tiger, he should be able to keep a hold of his World No. 1 ranking for quite some time, but as of now, Woods will have to pass three of the best players in golf to get to the summit
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