Why 2013 Will Be Tiger Woods' Most Important Year Yet

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Why 2013 Will Be Tiger Woods' Most Important Year Yet
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For the average PGA Tour professional, matching Tiger Woods’ three wins and $6 million-plus in earnings in 2012 would constitute a career year. 

Tiger Woods, of course, is not the average PGA Tour professional. For Tiger, the point of playing golf professionally is to win majors. As a tie for third at the Open Championship was Woods’ best finish in a major in 2012, his season was necessarily disappointing.

2013 is an important year for Woods because he has positive momentum entering a golf season for the first time since the beginning of 2008, having ended the previous year with a victory in the season’s final major and a win at the season-ending Tour Championship. 

Here are four more reasons 2013 is Tiger Woods' most important year on the PGA Tour. 



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