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Considering the insanely lofty standards Tiger has established for himself, he has to go on quite a run to crack the hot list.
Right now he is on quite a run.
With his win at Doral, Tiger has now won two of the three PGA stroke-play events he's played in this year.
He did have a disappointing first-round exit at the Accenture and a tied for 37th finish at the Honda Classic.
But this should not be too concerning. Tiger played solid while getting eliminated in the match-play event, and the winds and hazard-laden fairways at the Honda Classic were terrible for Tiger.
He still has some work to do with his driving accuracy.
However, Tiger is excelling in two key areas.
First, his distance control is dialed in. When Tiger is at his best, he sticks his wedges. He is doing exactly that now.
Second, Tiger just came off a tournament where he needed a career-low 100 putts to complete the round.
If he can maintain his wedge play and putting stroke, Tiger should be considered a favorite to win any event he plays in.
Woods will play in just one event (Bay Hill) prior to the Masters, but don't expect this light schedule to throw him from his groove.