Tiger Woods: The Six Biggest Weaknesses in Tiger's Game

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Tiger Woods: The Six Biggest Weaknesses in Tiger's Game
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It's been more than four years since Tiger Woods won his last major.

The 2008 U.S. Open was an event that portrayed Tiger as the hero. Despite serious left knee problems, Woods finished the final round tied with underdog Rocco Mediate. Mediate loved playing his David role to Tiger's Goliath. He pushed and prodded the champion but Woods ultimately won the playoff (source: US Open.com).

Woods has not won a major since and his once ideal life was long ago turned upside down by tabloid revelations.

Woods has worked hard to rebuild his game. He has had a sensational 2012 season by normal standards, but not by Tiger standards. He has many flaws in his game. Some of those flaws are physical, but others are mental and emotional.

He seems like he is on his way back, but he is not there yet.

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