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After riding high on Tiger Woods' play, I took an honest look at his stats. Two top 10s and a top 25 outside of that. A lot of questions about his game, and consistency.
However, what I took into account was also this: Woods has played five tournaments. That's half of what most of the rest of the players have done.
Everyone points to his Masters performance and draws different things. What I can see is that he posted two solid rounds and almost won.
At the Cadillac Championship, Woods had one good round. If Tiger Woods has three good rounds, and one mediocre round, the golf world is in trouble.
The other thing I took is he is going to compete at majors. Majors weigh heavily here, and what Tiger did at the Masters pushed him up.
If you're wondering why I put Tiger ahead of Manassero, Day, and Scott, it's because he hasn't played as much, and has nearly as many successes.