Tiger Woods: Is It Time to Stop Believing in Woods' Ability to Win?
Tiger Woods Is Returning to the Course, But Why Should We Care Until He Wins?
Since Tiger Woods returned to the golf course, we've been waiting for him to finally breakthrough and win a tournament.
We've said that eventually, he'll win one, we just don't know when. But is that really the case?
I find it hard to believe that we should have this much faith in someone's game when it's obvious that he's falling apart before our very eyes. This is someone who has no confidence in any facet of his game and he's been unable to find any type of consistency on the course.
We saw at the Masters that Woods is a disaster on the putting surface and even the simplest putts have become major adventures for someone who used to be the top player in the world.
Now, Woods is eighth in the world rankings and honestly, there seems to be no end in sight for Woods' struggles.
He's coming off of an injury that put him on the shelf for a short amount of time, and when you're trying to rebuild your swing, time away from the golf course can destroy any progress made beforehand.
This week, Tiger will try to go out and win another tournament, and inevitably, he will fail, and it will bring us to ask what's wrong with him, and if he'll ever win, and honestly, it's beating a dead horse.
It's time to kill this hero myth we have for Woods and realize what he is.
Tiger is a golfer that's has shattered confidence and a worse swing, and none of that makes you a competitive force on the course, and that's why he will lose this week.
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