The wins came fast and furious for Tiger Woods for the first 13 years of his professional career. However, not so much in year 14.
Amazingly, the golfer who had won 71 PGA tournaments and had 91 overall professional wins in his first 13 years, did not win a single tournament in 2010.
Coming off the scandal that rocked his private life late in 2009 and into 2010, Woods struggled on the golf course the first six or seven months of the year. Although he didn't win in the second half of the year, Woods' game did improve considerably.
With the help of swing coach Sean Foley, Tiger began to compete for titles again toward the latter part of the year. He also played very well for the United States in the Ryder Cup, taking three of a possible four points.
As Tiger heads into a new year, he seems ready to try and regain his pre-2010 form.
Do not expect Mr. Woods to go another year without a win. Although domination of the sport is unlikely from him anymore, he is still one of the world's best four or five golfers and has the capability of rising to the top again in 2011.
Here are 10 possible destinations for Tiger victories in 2011.
I am certainly not saying he will win all of these events, but they seem the most likely spots for Woods to start adding more victories to that 71 PGA victory total.
In all, I wouldn't be surprised to see about four wins for the year, and perhaps one major.